Thailand's military government announces it is lifting martial law, but replaces it with measures that critics say could be even more sweeping.
South Korea is to pay about $380,000 (£256,000; €353,000) in compensation for each of the nearly 250 students killed in the Sewol ferry disaster.
Some of India's richest businessmen have appointed their wives as company directors to comply with a new law.
Craftsman's guitars made in memory of deadly Myanmar storm
Where in India can you still buy beef?
Is India's anti-corruption party unravelling?
A ray of light in Pakistan's drought-hit Thar desert
Asking Indian men a question they are not used to hearing
Missing out on Singapore's biggest story
The anti-corruption Aam Admi Party is embroiled in a feud and looks headed for a split, writes Soutik Biswas.
Bangladeshi Mustafa Kamal quits as ICC president after India row saw him replaced as a prize-giver at the World Cup.