An oil spill in California, conflict in Kashmir and flooding in Bangkok make up some of this week's most memorable images.
Leader's close ally Claudia Webbe picked for safe seat, but Tory Hindu rival seeks to exploit Kashmir issue.
Ian Lavery distances party from party members call for Kashmiris to have the right to self-determination, as Indian nationalist-linked groups campaign against Labour.
“Uri” featured Vicky as a commander, who leads a group of paratroopers in the surgical strikes following terror attacks on the Indian Army camp in Uri in Kashmir.
More than 50 days into a lockdown of the troubled Muslim-majority territory, Kashmiris have adopted a policy of quiet non-cooperation to protest.
The much-disputed region is, once again, the epicentre for potential conflict.
The family of 17-year-old Osaib Altaf's family told HuffPost India that he drowned in a river as he tried to escape police.
The Indian Government announced it is revoking most of Article 370 from it’s constitution, which includes protections for the hotly-contested Jammu and Kashmir state. As the only Muslim-majority state in India, the regions special status became a lightening rod for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party. Pakistan has condemned the action as international organisations like the UN call for calm as Indian-administered side of Kashmir has seen a large military presence move into the region and a media black-out.
Which state will next be deemed too troublesome to be allowed to participate in democracy, asks HuffPost India's editor in chief.