Narendra Modi's first year in power has been a mixed bag of hits and misses amid concerns over rising social tensions, writes Soutik Biswas.
Is infidelity a billion-dollar business?
Four years after the worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl, Japan is about to return to using nuclear power.
Kasuma Hatu, a Rohingya Muslim refugee from Myanmar describes her journey at sea from Myanmar to Langsa city in Indonesia.
Why tech firms can no longer ignore the over-65s
How Cunard revolutionised transatlantic travel
Can watching online videos cause PTSD?
Do you remember the Evel Knievel Stunt Cycle?
EU citizens living in the UK will not be eligible to vote in the "in/out" referendum on Europe, except those from Ireland, Malta and Gibraltar, the government says.
Argentine defender Cristian Gomez dies after collapsing during a game for his club Atletico Parana on Sunday.
Monday's press is full of stories about the way in which the EU in-out referendum will be run, and speculation that Greece will default its debt repayments.
Protests over the beating of an Ethiopian Israeli soldier have thrown the spotlight on the Ethiopian Jewish community in Israel, writes Prof Yossi Mekelberg.
Three Scottish seaside towns have seen house prices double in 10 years, the Bank of Scotland says.
Drivers with convictions for offences such as assault and drink-driving were issued taxi licences last year, a BBC Scotland investigation reveals.
Europe's next cheap holiday destination?
Iraq's Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said Mr Carter's comments were misinformed and that Iraqi forces were just days away from recapturing Ramadi.
Foo Fighters and Taylor Swift close the final day of Radio 1's Big Weekend at Earlham Park in Norwich.
What makes Indian farmers kill themselves?
How a campaign targeting YouTube celebrities became a worldwide trend
BBC Sport takes a look at some of the stars bowing out of the Premier League after the 2014-15 season.