A crowded bus veered off a road and plunged down a hillside in central Nepal on Monday, killing at least 25 people, a local official said.
The classrooms at the SDMC Primary School in Badarpur in Delhi have no furniture. Students sit on the floor on threadbare carpets.
At least seven paramilitary troops were wounded, three critically, after suspected rebels sprayed them with gunfire in the main city of troubled Indian Kashmir on Monday, officials said.
Hundreds of Filipinos rallied in stormy weather Sunday against President Rodrigo Duterte's approval of dictator Ferdinand Marcos' burial in a heroes' cemetery, but he remained steadfast on his decision despite growing opposition.
Amelia Telford remembers the moment huge slabs of her country were swallowed by the sea.
Police in Batam, Indonesia have assured Singaporeans and tourists that it is safe to travel to the holiday island.
Bangladeshi and Indian rescuers pulled two Indian fishermen alive Sunday from the Bay of Bengal one day after their trawler capsized, but 10 others were still missing, officials said.
India on Friday laid the foundation stone for an inland waterway terminal in northern Varanasi city and flagged off a trial run of two cargo vessels from Varanasi to Haldiya Port near Kolkata which touches Nepal's two major rivers -- Koshi and Gandaki.
Five people have been killed in the Philippines and tens of thousands have fled from floods caused by days of unrelenting rain, rescuers said Sunday.
Japan will develop a new land-to-sea missile as part of plans to beef up its defence of remote southern islands, as tensions with mainland China increase over the disputed territory, a report said Sunday.