KUALA LUMPUR, March 9: A Malaysian was sentenced to more than 10 years’ jail and three others were charged over insults against Islam and the Prophet Muhammad on social media, police said on Saturday.

KATHMANDU, March 9: On the occasion of International Women’s Day, the Indian Women’s Association in Kathmandu organized a charity music concert of world-renowned violin Maestro L. Subramaniam and famous bollywood singer Kavita Krishnamurti Subramaniam on Friday.

KATHMANDU, March 8: Nepal’s 2018 winner of Miss Nepal beauty pageant Shrinkhala  Khatiwada was at Le Parc des Princes Stadium, Paris on Wednesday night to watch the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 match between Paris Saint Germain (PSG) and Manchester United.

WASHINGTON, March 8: For decades, there were tales from fishermen and tourists, even lots of photos, of a mysterious killer whale that just didn’t look like all the others, but scientists had never seen one.

KATHMANDU, March 7: There is a common understanding that only normal people can involve in Taekwondo game. However, differently abled like, Ram Bahadur Adhikari, Govind Thapa and Ranjana Dhami have shown an example that they can also be successful like other normal people.

BEIJING, March 6: A recent Chinese study found that eating more allium vegetables may slash the risk of getting colorectal cancer.

Thirty years ago this month, a young British physician working at a lab near Geneva invented a system for scientists to share information that would ultimately change humanity.

A recently published study shines new light on the potential link between lack of deep sleep and the development of Alzheimer’s disease. When it comes to the proper functioning of the brain’s waste removal system, which works to clear out toxic proteins, not all sleep is the same. Deep sleep appears to be a key component in helping reduce one’s chances of developing the disease, while lack of deep sleep may increase the risk.

NASA’s newest Mars lander has started digging into the red planet, but hit a few snags, scientists said Friday.

NEW YORK, Feb 2: The latest parental panic on social media — over a purported challenge for kids to complete harmful tasks — elevates the importance of establishing an open dialogue with children and taking advantage of online parental controls.