Trump’s visit to India raised trade and geostrategic issues, mainly over China’s ‘expansionist’ policies in Indian Ocean.
At least 47 people have died and more than 350 have been injured during riots over a new citizenship bill seen as discriminatory towards Muslims.
The US president did not meet any of the millions of Indians trying to survive on the streets nationwide – many of them children.
People in India’s capital are slowly returning to areas hardest hit by the recent violence.
The Hindu Kush mountain range, which has long been Afghanistan’s main source of water, is under threat due to the rapid melting of glaciers.
Despite US and international efforts to destroy poppy fields and opium production, unemployment and 16 years of war have driven an increase in both supply and demand in Afghanistan.
Females in the security services are often treated more harshly by the Taliban which has consistently opposed women’s rights.
The armed group has yet to respond to the request – which would pave the way for them to eventually be recognised as a political party. But not all Afghans are happy for Ghani to pursue peace at any cost.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has launched a strategy to tackle youth unemployment, which stands at more than 40 percent.
Germany gives cash incentives to those who will return to Afghanistan but only a few have accepted the deal.