The world's second most populous nation sent more than a hundred athletes to the Games but only two of them won medals, a silver and a bronze.
Czech hiker, Pavlina Pizova, who went missing a month ago in the snowy mountains of New Zealand has described the "harrowing" ordeal in which her partner died.
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.
After a slow few years for India's car market, sales are powering ahead. But how about foreign car companies there?
The UN's humanitarian envoy to Syria says people could have been spared the brutality of the past five years.
Quebec is asking the federal government to examine the possibility of criminalizing the use of cellphones while driving
Jonathan Turnbull, managing director at Dundee Acquisition, wants to change how student housing is done in Canada
Michael Nuñez, technology editor at Gizmodo on how Uber keeps losing so much money
Brian Golden of the Rotman School of Management on the looming rise in health-care costs
BBC News takes a look around a former BHS flagship store on Edinburgh's Princes Street, empty now that the chain has ceased trading.
In Egypt, Hind Wajih Othman has entered a profession usually perceived as male-dominated, qualifying as the country's first female bodyguard.
A protest has been held outside the French embassy in London against bans on full-body swimsuits known as "burkinis".
The Princess leaps, rolls and pirouettes through the first area in Bound, for the Sony PlayStation 4
Aftershock caught on camera
Exclusive footage shows the offensive in which Syrian rebels, backed by Turkey, retook the border town of Jarablus from so-called Islamic State.
A Starbucks cafe was one of several buildings destroyed after being hit by a tornado, in the town of Kokomo, Indiana. Only minor injuries have been reported in the area.
BBC Click's Stephen Beckett looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.
The brother of Nitharsan Ravi, one of five men who died at Camber Sands after being caught by the tide, has described how police discovered his identity.
Public trials underway for self-driving cars, aiming to be available by 2018
The BBC's James Reynolds tells of feeling the ground move during one of the aftershocks following Italy's deadly earthquake.
Schools Minister Nick Gibb speaks to the BBC's Annita McVeigh about the drop in the number of teenagers getting a C grade or above in their GCSEs.
10-year-old was trapped under debris for more than 15 hours
Police are trying to identify five men whose bodies were found at Camber Sands, near Rye, on the hottest day of the year.
CBC's Margaret Evans reports from Amatrice in central Italy, one of several towns devastated by an earthquake