An earthquake, measuring magnitude 6.2, has struck northern Afghanistan, and Pakistan.
An earthquake, measuring magnitude 7.2, has struck in Tajikistan.
More than 200 people have been killed, and hundreds injured following a large earthquake, measuring magnitude 7.7, struck in northeastern Afghanistan, and neighbouring Pakistan.
At least 20 people have been killed, and a further 75 injured, following a suspected gas explosion at a restaurant, in India.
At least eight people have been killed, and a further 14 wounded, following renewed firing, from both Indian and Pakistani forces, along the disputed Kashmir border.
A Turkish Airlines flight had to be diverted to New Delhi, following a supposed bomb threat.
At least 20 soldiers were killed in an ambush by tribal guerrilla fighters, armed with rocket-propelled grenades and improvised explosive devices, in northern India.
Heavy fighting has occurred between Afghan security forces and Taliban militants in northern Afghanistan, after the insurgent group tried to capture the northern city of Kunduz.
The death toll for the magnitude 7.9 earthquake that struck Nepal and surrounding areas has surpassed 2,200 people, with around 4,625 people believed injured, following a major, magnitude 6.7 aftershock.
A farmer in India has hanged himself during a political rally, in what is believed to have been a desperate attempt to draw attention to hardship faced by rural Indian citizens.