As we reach the 70th anniversary of partition, relations between the two nations are as broken as ever.
Partition triggered devastating sectarian violence, rape, abductions, and looting, resulting in the deaths of up to two million people.
Many of the images he took as a 22-year-old aspiring photographer lay forgotten until a history student chanced across them in 2011.
At least two people were shot dead in Nairobi, with witnesses saying one was shot in the head by police.
The British Life Photography Awards, celebrating the diversity of life in Britain, are open to amateur and professional photographers of all ages.
Rescuers pulled one person out from the rubble that engulfed the village of Gengdi in Puge county, but at least two are still missing.
Voters formed long lines at many polling stations before dawn, waiting for their chance to cast ballots in the tightly contested race.
The Yi have retained their language and traditions in a rapidly modernising country, but are among the poorest people in China.
Nervous Kenyans are stockpiling food and water on the eve of an election that many fear could descend into violence.
Fires in Indonesia, lit to clear forest and peatlands for plantations, cause an annual crisis that blankets large parts of southeast Asia in smog.
At least 53 people have lost their lives after parts of southeast Asia were inundated by flooding.
The week's best photos, from Usain Bolt and Neymar to elections in Kenya and Rwanda and Prince Philip's final engagement.
Thai artists carve intricate floral and animal designs into a range of fruits and vegetables including watermelon, papaya and pumpkins.
So many Haitian asylum seekers have arrived Quebec that Montreal has opened up its cavernous Olympic Stadium to house and process them.
Rio de Janeiro one year on from the Olympic Games opening ceremony on 5 August 2016.