Central & South Asia
Scores trapped in India landslide
Five people dead after monsoon rains in Maharashtra state trigger mudslide, trapping up to 150 people, officials say.
Death of Hashmat Karzai, who managed presidential candidate Ashraf Ghani's campaign, seen as blow to stability efforts.
Six fighters killed during raid in Kandahar's Spin Boldak district, a day after massacre of Shia Hazaras in Ghor.
Outbreak of encephalitis kills 60 people in two weeks in West Bengal state, top health official says.
Leader of right-wing Bodu Bala Sena says Tibetan spiritual leader being influenced by 'Muslim extremists'.
High-ranking Taliban leader is first major catch since Pakistan military launched offensive in North Waziristan.
A month of military operation in Northern Waziristan has devastated homes and markets, displacing tens of thousands.
Central & South Asia shows
Author of bestseller 'The Kite Runner' discusses recent events in Afghanistan, his new novel and why people read books.
17 Jun 2014 22:31 GMTInside Story
Tensions are running high in the Democratic Socialist Republic after the worst acts of religious violence in decades.
Despite opposition to girls education, the man leading Afghanistan's education system insists he is making progress.
What impact does the multi-billion dollar film industry have on women in India?
The Stream
With nearly two thirds of the population under 25, we ask young Afghans about the future of their country.
The Stream
Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh under fire for reported sluggish response to rape problem.
The Stream
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