Indian anticorruption activist Anna Hazare has begun a three-day hunger strike, complaining that India is dragging its feet on cleaning up its graft-ridden government.
A man carries a child past a bus sunken halfway into the ground and covered in rubble in Jammu, India. Rains in Jammu have caused landslides severe enough to damage the Jammu-Srinagar highway, leaving over 300 vehicles stranded there.
India's main opposition party, which has pushed the government to prosecute ruling Congress Party members accused of corruption, asks one of its own to step down over an illegal mining scam.
Indian voters often don't see terrorism as a political issue, so despite dissatisfaction with the government's response to Wednesday's attack in Mumbai, there may not be political fallout.
New Delhi police forcibly dispersed followers of guru Baba Ramdev, who called for a mass hunger strike against government corruption.
Lawyers welcomed ruling by India's Supreme Court Monday that suspended a ruling on the Ayodhya holy site. The ruling last year had divided the disputed site between Muslims and Hindus.
Hotel guides jump for a photo as they wait for delegates during the annual session of China's parliament, the National People's Congress, in Beijing's Tiananmen Square. Hotel guides are provided to cater to about 3,000 delegates at the congress.