Kim Ji Soo also faced sexual assault allegations with one former classmate claiming that he was a "womaniser."
In recent weeks, protesters in Portland have pointed laser beams, lobbed water bottles and trash bags and, in one case, according to the Portland Police Bureau, hurled an open pocketknife at the officers guarding the courthouse
India bans Chinese apps: TikTok has many issues but banning it for exposing our cultural problems is pointless and counter-productive
Rather than banning TikTok, one must have honest conversations around the cultural issues that are being reflected on the social media platform, and develop societal solutions
'Afraid to be a nurse': Celebrated in some countries for efforts against COVID-19, healthcare workers face abuse in others
In many cities, doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers have been celebrated with choruses of applause and cheers from windows and rooftops for providing the front-line defence against the pandemic
In Jeff Goldberg's production of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, an examination of the human cost of politics
We're trying to show how a bulking ambition for power, a thirst for one’s own advancement leads to the death and hurting of many people, says Jeff Goldberg of his upcoming production of Julius Caesar
Talking politics to children: Hiding truths is futile; honest, sensitive conversations can help build empathy
Talking to children is of utmost importance, not just to help them cope with what they may get exposed to directly or indirectly, but also to raise responsible, non-judgemental and inclusive human beings. If they are prevented from being exposed to conversations, they may become more vulnerable to biased information.
Hindustan is being divided, burnt, says Congress leader Rahul Gandhi after visiting violence-hit areas of northeast Delhi
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said that the values which are India's strengths — brotherhood, unity and love — have been burnt in Delhi violence and it has caused a dent in India's global image
Politics heats up over MP lynching: BJP blames Kamal Nath govt; Congress releases pic of arrested sarpanch with Shivraj Singh Chouhan
While the BJP blamed the Kamal Nath government for the lynching of a man in Mahdya Pradesh's Dhar, the ruling Congress released an image of one of the accused, a sarpanch, with former chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan
FIR against over 50 people after Greater Noida villagers attack cops, break windows of four govt vehicles during Jewar airport land acquisition drive
Over 50 people were booked on Monday for rioting and assaulting policemen and a sub-divisional magistrate during a land acquisition drive in Greater Noida for the upcoming Jewar airport, police said
Won't represent woman who raised 'Free Kashmir' placard at protest against JNU violence, says Mysuru Bar Association
The Mysuru Bar Association said that it will not represent the woman who had raised 'Free Kashmir' placard at a protest held in Mysuru University on 8 January
Ahead of Chhapaak release, Kanu Behl on how his short film explores psychology of an acid attack perpetrator
While Deepika Padukone's Chhapaak chronicles the struggles of an acid attack survivor, Kanu Behl's Binnu Ka Sapna is an insight into criminal psychology.
Kangana Ranaut on Monday condemned the CAA protests, and said people should not instigate violence in the name of democracy.
Though Rajinikanth did not specify any incident, he said, "the ongoing violence gives me great pain."
Militants kill migrant labourer from Chhattisgarh in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama; second such attack on non-locals in two days
Following the Centre's decision to abrogate Article 370, the special status accorded to Jammu and Kashmir, several posters had appeared in parts of Kashmir, asking the non-local labourers to leave the Valley or 'face consequences'.
Postpaid mobile services in J&K to resume from Monday, internet only at tourist spots, announces state principal secy
The announcement was made by state Principal Secretary Rohit Kansal at a press conference Saturday.
In a video captured by the CCTV camera installed at the Kherki Daula toll plaza in Gurugram, the woman was seen hitting the driver back in retaliation.
Protests in several cities against lynching of Muslim man in Jharkhand; Narendra Modi says he is 'pained'
Protests were held in several Indian cities on Wednesday following the lynching of a Muslim man last week by a Hindu mob that suspected he was a thief
Priyanka Gandhi express concern over crime against women and children in UP, asks govt to take responsibility for their safety
Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra expressed concern over the increasing violence against women and children in Uttar Pradesh and asked the government to take the responsibility of their safety. 'Predators are victimising innocents in Uttar Pradesh', Priyanka said. The Congress leader's comment comes in the wake of a sudden spurt in incidents of violence against women and children.
Catalhoyuk was inhabited for 1,150 years but abandoned due to environmental degradation and dry climate.
India and the Indian: Genes are the root of nationalism but don't determine our destiny, writes Praveen Swami
Animal impulses drive powerful nationalism, but their triumph is far from inevitable if humans are willing to carefully reflect on why we behave in the ways we do.