A half-hour update of the news you need to hear at lunchtime with Rozina Sini.
BBC Asian Network
Britain's gymnasts win their first medal in a hundred years, plus big power cuts in India.
More Olympic tickets will be available following the controversy over empty seats.
The man who killed Anuj Bidve is to be sentenced.
Authorities in Pakistan want to sue The Sun, plus houses built especially for Asians.
New figures show Britain still in recession, plus houses built specifically for Asians.
An inquest has heard how an Asian model died falling from a block of flats.
Why Asians in London should expect to be stopped and searched during the Olympics.
A look at claims that Pakistani officials issued fake passports for the London games.
Jailed in Dubai for writing a dud cheque, a British Asian is in court to clear his name.
Eight men are cleared of the murder of three friends during the 2011 summer riots.
Fans gather at Rajesh Khanna's funeral. Amir Khan calls for a rematch with Danny Garcia.
Tributes have been pouring in for Bollywood actor Rajesh Khanna, who has passed away.
Bollywood actor Rajesh Khanna has died. Asian Network speaks to those who knew him best.
The British Pakistani and Bangladeshi women out of work and the gadget reciting the Koran.
The British Pakistani and Bangladeshi women out of work and in India the talking Koran.
Pakistan cricket team invited to play in India for the first time in five years.
British husbands abandon wives in South Asia and London welcomes thousands for Olympics.
John Terry has been found not guilty of racially abusing a black player.
Key evidence at Shafilea Ahmed trial and concerns about the reporting of race hate crime.
New warning about the dangers of steroids and spin bowler Murali on rebuilding Sri Lanka.
As fashion booms in Pakistan, so does the demand for models, but are they up to scratch?
A look at Pakistan's first ever modelling school following a boom in its fashion industry.
Over 100 areas are at risk of flooding across the UK, plus Ajay Devgan talks Bol Bachchan.
A month's rain could fall across parts of England and Wales over in the next 24 hours.
Anger over an interfaith marriage at a Sikh temple and more on the terror alert on a bus.
Angry protestors lock themselves in a gurdwara to stop an interfaith wedding in Swindon.
The shock exit of Barclays' boss and the flat adverts that want Asians only.
Barclays' boss quits and calls to ban two prominent Indians from the London Olympics.
Asians feel more British than white people and the Olympic torch comes to Leicester.
Muslims feel more British than white counterparts, and floods worsen in India/Bangladesh.