Protests in Thailand, a moonrise in New York City and a Supreme Court nominee round out this week's best images.
Delhi has about 9,000 beds dedicated to COVID-19 patients, but experts say it will need at least 15,000 beds by the end of June.
While violence between Hindu mobs and Muslims protesting a citizenship law gripped New Delhi, Prime Minister Modi hosted a lavish reception for Trump.
India has been rocked by violence since Parliament approved a new law that excludes a fast-track path to citizenship for Muslim refugees.
The White House correspondent and the president sparred during a news conference in New Delhi.
Women of all ages are staging sit-ins across India to protest a controversial law that many believe openly discriminates against Muslims.
At least 23 people have been killed in India protesting Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi's new citizenship law that excludes Muslims.
Critics slammed the law as a violation of India's secular constitution and called it the latest effort by the Modi government to marginalize the country's 200 million Muslims.
Many of the victims were factory workers who were asleep when the blaze ignited on Sunday morning in the Indian capital, authorities said.
The predominantly Muslim area has been under lockdown and near-total communications blackout since Monday.