Along India's remote northern border, a writer finds that country borders — and even nationality — make little difference to people day by day. Yet the India-Pakistan partition is still very much a powerful memory.
The Himalayan glaciers that feed many of Asia's most important rivers are receding. The BBC's Chris Morris treks to the face of one of the glaciers that feeds the Ganges to see for himself and assess the possible impact.
Animal rights activists are up in arms over a Hindu ritual taking place in a small Nepalese village today. Part of a festival, the ritual involves the slaughter of thousands of animals. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from the BBC's Joanna Jolly.
Jeb Sharp speaks with Radhika Coomaraswamy, the UN Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict about the use of child soldiers by Maoists in Nepal and the efforts to release them back into society.
An anonymous millionaire is sponsoring an unusual weight loss campaign in Finland. For every 2 pounds shed by Finns ? 20 dollars will go to fund education for children in Nepal. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from Finnish reporter Heli Keskinen.
A team of Sherpas is gearing up to ascend Everest to remove thousands of pounds of garbage from elevations known as the ?death zone.' The group may also recover the remains of climbers who died. The BBC's Joanna Jolly speaks with anchor Marco Werman.