BBC News - Asia
Imran Khan needs Saudi money to stave off an economic bail-out - but this is not a one-way relationship.
India's government is talking tough after a car bombing killed 46 Indian troops. How far could tensions escalate?
Australian trainer Ben Currie is charged with several "serious welfare breaches" including giving electric shocks to horses.
China says the base camp on its side of the mountain needs to be cleared of rubbish left by visitors.
One woman lost five members of her family, including her husband, after the illegal alcohol was served at a mourning event.
Floodwaters in northern Australia have spread to the World Heritage site, raising concerns for coral.
It might be also be a hit because civil servants, teachers and Communist Party members must download it.
Bombay Lokal is one of Mumbai's homegrown hip-hop acts making music about identity and discrimination.
The nation's foghorn politics is suddenly all about threats and "evil", writes the BBC's Hywel Griffith.
When a Malaysian town was inundated with foreign plastic waste, a group of villagers decided to fight back.
Some women in Japan are moving away from the custom of giving 'obligation chocolates' to male colleagues.
Kazakhs tell the BBC they and their relatives are being jailed in camps China says are for training.