WASHINGTON, June 20: NASA's planet-hunting telescope has found 10 new planets outside our solar system that are likely the right size and temperature to potentially have life on them, broadly hinting that we are probably not alone.

SAN FRANCISCO, June 20: Google is promising to be more vigilant about preventing terrorist propaganda and other extremist videos from appearing on its YouTube site amid intensifying criticism about the internet's role in mass violence.

KATHMANDU, June 20: “Quality of content is the key to success for both digital and print media. There should not be competition between print and digital media. But they should move together and digital media should be taken as revolution not as evolution,” said Helena Phua, executive vice president, Asia Pacific, The New York Times, in an interactive session held on Monday at Hyatt Regency Kathmandu, Bouddha.

NEWARK, N.J., June 19: Google is intensifying its campaign against online extremism, saying it will put more resources toward identifying and removing videos related to terrorism and hate groups.

BEIJING, June 19: Want an insanely fast ride with zero emissions? Startup NIO has the car: An electric two-seater with muscular European lines and a top speed of 195 miles per hour (313 kilometers per hour).

PSC launches mobile app

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KATHMANDU, June 15: Now one can easily get information of every activities related to the Public Service Commission with the launching of its mobile app.

KATHMANDU: Every week or two, a group of students gather inside a hall at Kathmandu University and discuss their progress with each other.

KATHMANDU, June 14: WorldRemit, the leading digital money transfer service, has added Android Pay to its service, offering a new way to send money internationally and reach millions using mobile money accounts.

Chinese education authorities have gone high-tech to catch cheaters as millions of high-school students take their “gaokao”, the annual university entrance exam seen as key to landing a lucrative white-collar job.

NEW DELHI, June 8: India is now two and a half times more likely to experience a deadly heat wave than a half century ago, and all it took was an increase in the average temperature of just 0.5 degrees Celsius (less than 1 degree Fahrenheit), a new study shows.