Articles By Gopi Chandra Kharel
Talks are rife about Paul Walker's generosity and kindness, after news of how he anonymously gifted a couple a $9,000 engagement ring surfaced in the media.
The Prelude FLNG, built by Shell with the objective of transporting liquefied natural gas, weighs a whooping 600,000 tons and stands 488 meters long.
Britain's journal Literary Review has bestowed the grotesque annual "Bad Sex in Fiction" prize for a uniquely described erotic scene. The prize was given to Indian-American author, Manil Suri, who reportedly impressed judges with his "crude, badly written or perfunctory use of se...
Long queues were seen outside various pooling booths as voting steadily gained pace in Delhi after a slow start in the morning.
India has a long way to go in its path to become a 'clean' country free of corruption, if a recent revelation on a corruption perception index is any reliable indication.
The possibility of the creation of a new entity called Rayala-Telangana in Andhra Pradesh, a move that is likely to add the two Rayalaseema districts of Anantapur and Kurnool to Telangana, has angered the Telangana Rashtra Samithi party chief who is against any deviation from the original plan of how the states will be bifurcated.
The United States has remained cautious to name the ouster of Mohamed Morsi as a coup d'état, while condemning the arrests and shooting of Muslim brotherhood protesters who support the overthrown leader.
In another revelation of National Security Agency's controversial activities, the American intelligence community targeted many Latin American countries as well. The news comes at a time when whistleblower Edward Snowden, who leaked the NSA's controversial surveillance programs, appeared "likely" to pick a Latin American country for asylum.
The tiny Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan, India's only close and trusted ally, has begun the countdown for the second ever democratic general election scheduled to be held on 13 July. The historic moment has been marred by uneasy circumstances wherein Bhutan's relations with India has been str...
The Beijing No. 2 Intermediate People's Court has sentenced China's former railways minister Liu Zhijun to death with a two-year reprieve on Monday for bribery and abuse of power, the state-run Xinhua news agency has reported.