Here are the From Our Own Correspondent stories from the South Asia region for 2011, sorted by date.
3 December 2011
From "skeleton rallies" to angry letters, India's anti-corruption campaigners are finding new ways to express their feelings, says Craig Jeffrey.
12 November 2011
India's thriving economy means it is easier for ordinary people to be cremated in the holy city Varanasi so their souls can go direct to heaven.
29 October 2011
The Wakhan Corridor in north-east Afghanistan which is peaceful, beautiful - and doing its best to attract tourists.
13 October 2011
Foreign investors find doing business in India's booming economy is not for the faint-hearted says Mark Dummett.
21 September 2011
In the province of Sindh, Aleem Maqbool finds people who feel abandoned by their own government and the world.
13 August 2011
As Sonia Gandhi recovers following surgery abroad, Mark Tully asks why she shares such power in India, despite not holding a position in the government.
16 July 2011
Justin Rowlatt meets the indigenous Dongria tribe in India, who are turning down jobs and hospitals to protect their way of life.
2 July 2011
Delhi's shopping centres and high rise apartments are the unlikely home of an eclectic array of exotic birds, observes Anu Anand.
7 May 2011
As Pakistan dismisses speculation that Bin Laden was being protected in Abbottabad, Mishal Husain travels to the town to hear the opinions of its residents.
9 April 2011
Nadene Ghouri finds educating and training Afghan women about childbirth and neonatal care is helping to save lives.
2 April 2011
Anu Anand discovers storytellers recounting tales of fantasy and painful memories of partition in the back streets of Delhi.
12 March 2011
The BBC visits hunger-striker Irom Sharmila Chanu and young widows living in Manipur state, centre of the world's longest running insurgencies.
5 March 2011
The hand-rickshaw may soon disappear from the streets of Calcutta but not everyone will be sad to see them go, as Judy Swallow reports.
27 January 2011
India's dream of a brighter future is blighted by widespread corruption, says former South Asia correspondent Chris Morris.
22 January 2011
Nadene Ghouri meets an extraordinary Englishman who has spent most of his life among the fierce Pashtun tribes who inhabit the lawless hinterland between Afghanistan and Pakistan.