Central & South Asia
Sherpa guides stage Everest base camp walkout
Gesture to honour 16 colleagues killed last week threatens to throw Nepal's lucrative climbing season into disarray.
British tourist with image of Buddha on her arm to be deported for 'hurting religious sentiments'.
Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal files his nomination papers to fight elections against BJP leader Narendra Modi.
Khaleda Zia's lawyer said he would appeal in the Supreme Court, in a final attempt to stop the trial.
Activist-turned politician and AAP candidate from Mumbai running to bring housing rights for slum dwellers.
Marginalised students, including Dalits and Muslims, being denied right to education by school authorities, report says.
BJP's prime ministerial candidate calls recent anti-Muslim remarks by party supporters as "petty" and "irresponsible".
Central & South Asia shows
16 Apr 2014 12:53 GMTFault Lines
Fault Lines reports from a Taliban stronghold just an hour outside Kabul, where armed fighters openly patrol streets.
12 Apr 2014 12:22 GMTListening Post
As the world's largest democracy goes to the polls, we examine claims that news outlets are favouring Narendra Modi.
With unprecedented access, we follow Taliban fighters as they launch an attack against the Afghan National Army.
Controversy over nine-month-old baby charged with attempted murder brings criminal justice system into question.
Nation grapples with huge political issues as it holds the biggest democratic election the world has seen.
The Congress Party member and minister of law and justice discusses what is at stake in the country's upcoming election.
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