I have just seen a woman pulled alive from deep inside the rubble of the Rana Plaza, four days since this huge garment factory complex collapsed.
She was crying as she emerged into the light on what was once the roof of the building. Rescuers shouted Allahu Akbar (God is great) as she was brought up on a rope and then carried away on a stretcher.
The stand-off between Delhi and Rome over the Italian marines skipping bail goes on - with two fatherless families stuck in the middle of an international row.
India's Supreme Court insists the ambassador effectively handed in his diplomatic immunity with his affidavit promising their return. Yet, India could enter murky legal waters if it tried to stop the ambassador going.
Should David Cameron apologise for Britain's colonial past in India, particularly the bloodiest moments like the Amritsar massacre?
His chief diplomat here was confronted with the issue after giving a speech in Delhi a couple of months ago, when an elderly man jailed by the British demanded to know when the UK was going to say sorry.
Neat stacks of medical text books, a sharply-designed carrier bag from a clothes store, an English novel and pairs of smart shoes in the draughty bedroom of the 23-year-old Delhi gang rape victim, tell the story of a woman determined to make the leap to a middle class lifestyle for her and her family.
After visiting the spartan house in a rundown Delhi neighbourhood where she lived with her parents and brothers, you could see how much they had put into helping her realise the dream, shared by so many hundreds of millions of Indians.
A warm welcome to my new page on the BBC News website, with my thoughts and reflections on events in the headlines - and sometimes not - across India and the rest of South Asia.
I'm based in Delhi, so working out where the world's largest democracy is going takes up most of my time. I'm also keeping an eye on Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan and the Maldives - and I make frequent trips to Afghanistan where I used to be based, watching the run-up to Nato's pull-out in 2014.
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