As part of observing World AIDS Day on December 1, World Vision India organized a campaign to raise awareness about the rights of people infected and affected by HIV and AIDS.
The head of the worldwide Anglican Communion has expressed concern over the increase in violence against Christian minorities in India.
The head of the worldwide Anglican Communion is expected to arrive in India on Saturday, according to an announcement by the British High Commission in New Delhi.
A Pentecostal pastor in the southern Indian state of Karnataka was arrested on charges of forceful conversion on Sunday. He was arrested while conducting worship service.
Christians in various places observed "Black Day" this past week to reiterate their anguish over the discrimination meted out by the government of India.
The European Union has reportedly formed an association to protect the rights of Christians in countries where they face persecution.
North east India has a high concentration of Christians, but there are fears that this fact is being exploited by criminals disguising themselves as missionaries and evangelists in order to traffic children.
Authorities in India's Orissa state are reportedly forcing Christian refugees out of the makeshift camps ahead of a visit this month by a European Union delegation.
Authorities in communally sensitive Kandhamal district, Orissa state, have beefed up security for vulnerable Christians. Thousands of police have been deployed in the district to prevent any attacks or violence during Christmas.
Christians from the Church of North India on Friday kicked off a three-day program to celebrate the 40th year anniversary of their unity.
Determined to expunge the past and exhibit a more secular image, the government of India's Orissa state, in partnership with the Church of North India, has introduced Christian heritage tourism.
August 23 must be remembered as "Peace Day" to mark the murder of a Hindu fundamentalist leader and the ensuing violence that targeted the Christian community, says Archbishop of Orissa
Top Indian official Home Minister P. Chidambaram stayed true to his promise as the government began distributing funds to victims of last year's anti-Christian violence.
An Indian court on Thursday decriminalized homosexuality, ruling that banning it violates the fundamental rights of the people. The ruling is the first of its kind in the conservative country.
Hindu hardliner and chief of the Rashtriya Hindu Sena, Pramod Muthalik, has criticized a India's top government official for apologizing to the victims of last year's anti-Christian violence.
A group of lawyers and social activists under the Human Rights Law Network (HRLN) has agreed to offer free legal services to the riot-affected Christians in Orissa, India.
An evangelical ministry has launched a campaign to support and build schools for slum children in India. The Slumschool Project is being promoted through Facebook, to weave a network of one million supporters.
There is an urgent need to ward off outbreaks of disease among the hundreds of thousands of Sri Lankan Tamils living in relief camps, an international Christian development agency warned.
Even after a visit from the top U.N official, the Sri Lankan government has refused to budge on its disallowance of aid agencies to relief camps, in spite of repeated calls made by the agencies.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon who toured Sri Lanka's largest refugee camp on Saturday said he was "humbled" by what he saw.
A Christian council has condemned the closed-door trial of Nobel Prize-winning peace activist Aung San Suu Kyi who was accused of breaching the terms of her house arrest by permitting a foreigner stay overnight without "state approval".
Dozens of Christians who were sheltered in the southwestern Indian state of Kerala during the August anti-Christian violence will return to their villages in Orissa.
Furious over the U.S. and Pakistan's military operations in Swat Valley, the Taliban attacked a Christian colony, causing fear and panic among its members and forcing them to join 200,000 others fleeing the town.
The Catholic Church in India has consented to the release of "Angels and Demons" only if the Censor Board cuts some of the scenes and shows a disclaimer at the start and end of the movie, stating that the film is a work of fiction.
Audio Scripture Ministries reported that oppressed Christians in Orissa, India, are requesting God's Word instead of the food and blankets that are desperately needed.