Housing boom for nation's growing middle-classes drives villagers from their farms
'You just get on with life in New Zealand'
Holidays always present challenges, but blind tourists face particular problems, as the BBC's Peter White can testify. A sense of terror can be part of the pleasure, he tells Simon Calder
A 10-day tour of India shows the wildlife and culture in a way that even small children appreciate, says Martin Hickman
Offa's Dyke, the Forth Rail Bridge and the Jodrell Bank Observatory are among nearly 40 places which will compete to become World Heritage sites.
Pakistan warned 'not to export terrorism' as court finds militant guilty of 86 charges
Eighteen months after militants terrorised the city of Mumbai and left more than 160 people dead, one of the luxury hotels seized by the gunmen has reopened.
Officials have confirmed that 21 people were killed today when a passenger train smashed into the rear carriage of another train.
Over two and a half days, 10 gunman left a horrifying trail of destruction as they rampaged through India's biggest city. David Randall reports
India's elite commando forces told today how they were forced to fight from room to room to clear terrorist gunmen from Mumbai's flagship hotels.
Two gunmen arrested after the Mumbai massacre were of British descent, the country's chief minister said today.
The Indian cricket board has switched the second test against England to Chennai from Mumbai in the wake of the Mumbai attacks.
The Malian kora master Toumani Diabaté won a Grammy for his collaboration with Ali Farka Touré. In Spain for a rare solo show, he tells Tim Cumming about his new CD, dedicated to Touré and others, and explains why he never plays a piece the same way twice
Smile for the camera, and say cheesy: Jack and Morgan may be on autopilot, but Julie really knows how to fly