About 2,000 Muslim refugees live in squalor conditions in a camp in Muzaffarnagar district in India's Uttar Pradesh.
Strikes and blockades have shut down the economy after the execution of Jamaat-e-Islami leader Abdul Quader Mollah.
Since last year's presidential elections, rivalry in politics has been played out on the internet.
Amid a dearth in decent healthcare services in Nepal, crowd-funded Bayalpata hospital is changing that for better.
Sixty percent of Malaysians still live on less than $1,600 each month and struggle to buy basic necessities like food.
Amid the violence, one can only hope the kind, generous Thai people will resolve their seemingly impossible divisions.
My view of the world as a news anchor has changed irrevocably after a visit to Typhoon Haiyan's "ground zero".
Nepalis are worried that political wrangling may delay the country's new democratic constitution.
Beijing's new air defence zone has upset the regional status quo and prompted Tokyo and Seoul to revisit defence policy.
Raheel Sharif’s reputation as professional soldier with no obvious political ambitions possibly helped him get the post.
Government unlikely to allow rallies to continue indefinitely, but questions remain over what it may do to stop them.