- Jul 3, 2020
Four police officers have been arrested over the deaths in custody of a father and son who were detained for keeping their mobile phone shop open during coronavirus lockdown in southern India, police said Thursday.
A bishop in India has thanked the local government for removing a COVID-19 treatment clinic from the diocesan pastoral center, reversing a decision to convert the entire campus into a quarantine facility.
India’s Catholic Church has remembered the “heroic sacrifice” of Chandrakant Pradhan, one of 20 Indian soldiers killed in a border clash with China on June 15.
A Christian teenager in India was murdered after being accused of practicing witchcraft.
A retired Catholic high court judge has sent a legal notice to church authorities seeking the removal of a bishop, accusing him of crimes such as murder, corruption and moral turpitude, among others.
The COVID-19 pandemic might have hit South Asia a little late, but the damage has already been done.