An update of the day's news.
BBC Asian Network
An update of the day's news at lunchtime.
A plane crashes in the French Alps with 150 people on board. With Bela Shah.
David Cameron says no third term for him as prime minister.
A look at how the budget will affect listeners, plus build-up to India v Bangladesh.
The last budget before the election is underway, plus Sri Lanka crash out of the World Cup
Asian Network asks if pharmacists can help reduce GP waiting times. With Gurvinder Gill.
David Cameron tells Asian Network that extremism in girls has to be targeted.
Nigel Farage is criticised over race law comments. Plus an exclusive from Naughty Boy.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage's comments on race, plus a report into Sikh voting intentions.
The families of the schoolgirls who travelled to Syria give evidence to MPs.
Foreign secretary Philip Hammond defends the intelligence services, and India beat Ireland
Polly Chowdhury has been sentenced to 13 years in prison. Plus changes to parking fines.
India says it will take action after the BBC airs a documentary about the Delhi rape early
India says it will take action after the BBC airs a Delhi rape documentary early.
A mother has been convicted of killing an eight-year-old girl. Plus the Muslim manifesto.
Polly Chowdhury has been convicted of killing her daughter. Plus Cricket World Cup news.
One of the Delhi rapists has said the murdered victim should not have fought back.
An IS defector says Mohammed Emwazi was a loner. Plus Muslim pupils visit Auschwitz.