All but 120 glaciers in the region show signs of melting.
Many of the children at the school are child labourers.
Pakistan’s ‘Billion Tree Tsunami’ has restored roughly 350,000 hectares of forest that had been lost to felling and natural disasters.
Extremely hot days are occurring more frequently and citizens must now find strategies to adapt to the rising heat.
Solar power represents a major hope for millions of Pakistanis without electricity.
Girls in Pakistan are becoming more confident and empowered through playing and learning chess.
A round-up of the life of Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai.
The new US policy could be ineffective and unsustainable if it fails to address some inherent contradictions, particularly regarding relations with the Taliban.
Sadan Jha looks at the history of the Indian flag and the symbolism of the colours.
Complex pressures are challenging many traditional alliances in the region.
Fighting graft in a challenging context is all about creative, positive ideas led by the next generation.
Oscar-winning Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy's documentaries are more than just films: they inspire change.
Davos 2016: What does it take to bring excellent schools to the world's poorest areas? Mushtaq Chhapra of The Citizens Foundation (TCF), which runs schools in deprived and remote communit...
The Pakistani government is contacting every citizen who uses a passport office to try and curb corruption.
This article is published in collaboration with Project Syndicate. It is a painful irony of climate change that those least responsible for the problem are often the most exposed to its ...