- May 8, 2021
State elections in India have offered a “fresh lease of life” to the country’s multi-party system, according to a leading Catholic commentator.
An incident when four religious sisters were detained on a train India has become an election issue in the state of Kerala, which goes to the polls to elect their state assembly on April 6.
More than 28 years after a 19-year-old nun was found dead in a convent well, a court in India’s Kerala state convicted a priest and a woman religious of the Syro-Malabar Catholic Church of murdering her.
An Indian cardinal has set up a commission to look into interfaith marriage as the issue has become a political flashpoint in the country.
India’s Supreme Court dismissed a Catholic bishop’s second appeal seeking to clear him of charges of raping a woman religious, clearing the way for trial in a district court.
Lockdowns imposed due to the COVID-19 coronavirus have given a lot of people extra time to fill. One person in India decided to create a handwritten copy of the Bible, using standard letter-sized paper and ballpoint pens.
Hindu nationalists have vandalized a movie set depicting a church in the Indian state of Kerala, claiming it offended Hindu sensibilities.
An Indian court sentenced former sacristan Johny Vattaparamban, 54, to life imprisonment for the 2018 murder of the rector of popular St. Thomas Shrine at Malayattoor, in southern Kerala state.