China and India are trying to establish a measure of control over the Indian Ocean and a small island nation, the Maldives, is at the center of the tensions between the two.
As time runs out on the Durban Summit on Climate Change, hope is fading for the sort of landmark, legally binding treaty that was reached in Kyoto in 1997. That deal is expiring and there were hopes that a new one would be implemented.
With China and India's economies racing ahead, they're consuming more coal than their domestic industries can produce. To combat that, they're looking to import coal from other places, like Mozambique. In that African country, the coal boom is totally changing the way of life.
New immigration policies are making it increasingly more difficult for British restaurants to bring in trained curry chefs from India and Pakistan. To many, curry is the national dish of the United Kingdom.
India and Pakistan, countries that have fought two wars, will normalize trade relations after Pakistan reciprocated on a move India made in 1996.
They sat at London's Gatwick airport for more than eight hours without food, waiting to get to London's Heathrow airport, despite it being close enough that some passengers volunteered to walk.
After being diagnosed with leukemia, Amit Gupta needed a bone marrow transfusion. Unfortunately, there's no one in the national registry that matches him. So, with friends, he's turning to social media to try to find the person that could save him.
As Indians become more prosperous and have access to technology that can tell them the sex of a fetus, they are increasingly choosing to abort girls.
A clothes dryer that works in rainy season, a fruit dryer and other innovative, low-cost solutions developed by a lab in the rural Indian community of Ujire.
Many street food vendors will be forced to change their ways as India's food safety law is enforced.