21 August 2014
The move to ban a controversial film on the October 1984 assassination of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi has a sense of deja vu about it.
Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah withdraws observers from an audit of votes, citing concerns over fraud.
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe sent a message to a ceremony honouring war criminals, official confirm, amid strained ties with China and South Korea.
Police in northern India are hunting for the relatives of a seven-year-old girl who was buried alive but rescued from her grave by a villager.
New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra announces its intention to take a 20% stake in one of China's biggest milk processors, Beingmate.
New counter-terrorism units have been set up at two Australian airports, PM Tony Abbott says, amid concern over Australians fighting in Iraq and Syria.
Live text and TMS commentary as England struggle in their attempt to chase 295 off 47 overs to beat India in the second one-day international.
When China's children forget how to write
Finding the killers who murdered 5,000 people in the 1970s
US female entrepreneur helps her Afghan counterpart
Demonstrations suggest Macau political awakening
Myanmar's young tourism bosses confident about the future
India's human waste collectors
Chinese buyers are snapping up US luxury real estate
Why Cambodia harvests rodents for food
Rice from Fukushima goes on sale in Singapore
BBC Two takes a look behind the scenes of India's most famous hotel, the Taj Mahal Palace
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