As the investigation into the Delhi High Court blasts begins, the fact that India's track record of terror attacks has not led to substantial changes in security deepens skepticism that this time will be different, locals say.
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.
Smarter tactics by Indian police and a desire among Kashmiri businesses to make money are keeping a fragile peace in Kashmir a year after violent police crackdowns killed more than 100 people.
Pakistan’s new young foreign minister, Hina Rabbani Khar, said she is hopeful that a younger generation of Indians and Pakistanis can find peace. Social media interactions are bolstering this hope.
The arrest of Syed Ghulam Nabi Fai on spy charges in the US has highlighted a generation divide among Kashmiri separatist activists.
Tackling corruption could remove one irritant Kashmiris have with their New Delhi-backed government. But, it could also alienate locals who benefit from some of the largesse.
The thousands of Sudanese civilians who fled Abyei last month are wary about returning because they doubt the staying power of the most recent agreement to bring peace.
A couple walks along the Delaware Canal towpath Saturday during the Delaware Canal festival, in Yardley, Pa.