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If I win, it will be the country's victory, says 21-year-old GITAM student who will represent India at WorldSkills Competition
The finalist of the global competition talks about his passion for the field of cybersecurity and the importance of securing data online
#WhatTheFAQ: What's the uproar about brain-eating amoeba? Should you be alarmed?
The amoeba is common in warm freshwater bodies and soil but the infection is very rare, yet fatal. There are no direct treatments
#WhatTheFAQ: What's the buzz over BTS member Jin's buzz cut? When does his military service begin?
Good luck wishes are pouring in and fans say they are ready to wait until oldest BTS member Seok Jin can return to his singing career after serving his country
#WhatTheFAQ: Halloween crowd crush in Seoul, Korea. What happened and why?
Itaewon district of Seoul witnessed the death of around 150 in a horrific Halloween celebrations' which ended in a crowd crush
#WhatTheFAQ: Why is BTS on BRB? Also, looking at the global impact this South Korean band has
The South Korean band tearfully announced that they have lost their direction and needed time to focus on themselves. Let's get to know them and their decision a little better
What happened on December 31: Bidding farewell to Calvin and Hobbes and wishing South Korean artist Psy a Happy Birthday!
Calvin and Hobbes is a comic strip that still hasn't lost its appeal. Here's the resignation letter its creator wrote to say adieu to the comic strip. Also, more about Psy and the famous New York ball
What happened on December 1: Here's how the 'BTS Law' was passed and that time when the first Sherlock Holmes' story was out
BTS Law is what is allowing the band to go on performing together, at least for the foreseeable future. Also, here's another Christmas-y anecdote that involves the world's favourite detective
Cases on the rise amongst teenagers aren't stopping South Korea from reopening schools. Here's why
Parents and teachers have welcomed the return of in-person classes but also voiced concerns over lingering infection risks
Why is the Netflix show Squid Game so popular and why is it spawning a protest culture?
For pop content to ignite conversations and strifes about deep-rooted socioeconomic issues is a rare feat. We explore the depth and extent of the Netflix show Squid Game's fame
Love K-Pop and everything Korean? Then you'll definitely love this Korean webtoons app. Check it out
Hyunwoo Thomas Kim, Co-Founder of Kross Komics talks about his plans to take Korean digital comics to Indian youth
Battleground Mobile India: South Korean game developer officially launches PUBG's successor
The new mobile game, developed exclusively for gaming enthusiasts and fans in India, had received 40 million pre-registrations that went live on May 18, 2021
South Korea's Krafton to launch Battlegrounds Mobile India to regain PUBG Mobile glory
Following the ban, PUBG Corporation -- a subsidiary of Krafton -- had said China's Tencent Games would no longer be authorised to distribute the PUBG MOBILE franchise in India
South Korea to grant temporary stay permits to illegal migrant kids
The Ministry said the policy will be temporarily run until February 28, 2025, to prevent it from being abused as a way of illegal immigration
Harvard professor ignites political uproar between Japan and South Korea over 'comfort women' claims
Ramseyer's article, titled Contracting for sex in the Pacific War, was published online in December and was scheduled to appear in the March issue of the International Review of Law and Economics
Back to college: This academic year won't have study tours, field work, cultural activities
The UGC guidelines issued on Thursday regarding the reopening of colleges and universities, however, allows sporting events
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