Stories about South Asia from September, 2013
Indian documentary films are heightening awareness about child abuse. By talking to children, responsible adults and even abusers, these films are helping open up an erstwhile shuttered space.
More than 327 people have been killed following a powerful earthquake that struck Balochistan Province on Tuesday.
Pakistan’s shunned LGBT youth have a new place to seek support online. Global Voices speaks with one of Queer Pakistan's founders.
A pair of suicide bombers blew themselves up in a 130-year-old church in Peshawar after a Sunday Mass killing more than 80 people and injuring many.
It's the first time that the police department has joined Facebook, but not it's first foray into new technologies.
Indian-American Nina Davuluri faced a barrage of racist comments in social media after winning the Miss America pageant. Indians fumed, but also wondered about her chances of winning in India.
Photographs of her dead body tangled in the wire were widely published at the time. The court's decision touched off a wave of anger in Bangladesh.
A series of photographs reminds us that every child has the right to a protective environment.
About our South Asia coverage
Rezwan is the South Asia editor. Email him story ideas or volunteer to write.