The Reserve Bank of India has cut interest rates for the third time this year to help boost growth in Asia's third largest economy.
A look back at the political life of former Liberal Democrat Party leader Charles Kennedy, who has died aged 55.
The Secretary of State warns Northern Ireland's political leaders to choose between the Stormont House Agreement or a path that "threatens to wreak havoc".
Nicola Adams, Britain's first female Olympic boxing champion, explains why women need more sporting role models to inspire them.
Broken bones, dicing with death and refusing to get a proper job, the life of a female professional motorcycle racer.
Modern foreign language learning in secondary schools in Wales is "declining rapidly" according to a major study.
People could be banned from smoking in cars when children are present if assembly members back the idea later.
Former Scottish Labour leader Johann Lamont says there can be "no quick fix" for her party if it is to survive, in her first broadcast interview since resigning.
A special set of commemorative stamps has been issued to mark the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, the document that founded principles of law still in effect today.
Nightclubs, pigeon lofts and a wet fish stall are among some of the assets held by UK councils, according to a report by the Taxpayers' Alliance.
Police say they are concerned for the safety of a 13-year-old girl missing from her Nottinghamshire home since last Saturday.
A female tourist has been killed in a lion attack at a game park in South Africa.
David Cameron is to take personal charge of a new immigration taskforce, one of 10 bodies beings set up to oversee delivery of policy in "key areas".
Ministers from 20 countries are to meet in Paris to discuss strategy against Islamic State militants after the group's latest advances in Iraq.
A top US official has pledged reforms after tests found that airport screeners allowed mock explosives and weapons through security checkpoints 95% of the time.
England rugby star Danny Cipriani is arrested on suspicion of drink-driving following a car crash in west London on Monday morning.
The government in Japan is encouraging a new approach to what people wear at work.
Stunning images of the British Isles from the Ordnance Survey Photofit competition.
Why have hundreds of people from Tajikistan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan left home to fight with Islamist groups in Syria? asks the BBC's Abdujalil Abdurasulov in Almaty.
Dresden and Nagasaki both have museums to devastating wartime bombing raids - but they adopt very different approaches, says Stephen Evans.