source: Thai Indian – http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/india-news/monkey-turns-into-savior-of-a-hanuman-temple_100149188.html Kolar, Karnataka, Jan. 30 (ANI): In a queer incident in Karnataka, a monkey emerged as the lone savior to protect a ”Lord Hanuman” temple from demolition located on the national highway in the Kolar region.When the local authorities were trying to demolish the temple to widen the highway,...
source: New Kerala, August 26, 2007 http://www.newkerala.com/july.php?action=fullnews&id=56105
source: Deccan Herald, July 13, 2007 In a relief to over 70,000 archakas (priests) of 38,000 temples spread all over Karnataka, the Supreme Court on Thursday directed the State Government not to superannuate them at the age of 65, as they were pursuing the profession hereditarily.
source: Deccan Herald, July 5, 2007 From Pratap K Patnaik,DH News Service,New Delhi : The Supreme Court has fixed July 9 for hearing the issue concerning the livelihoods of 70,000 priests of over hundreds of temples and trusts, which had been affected after the enactment of Karnataka Hindu Religious Institutions and...
source: Times Of India, 24 April 2007 GANGAVATI (KOPPAL DISTRICT): Tension gripped the town on Monday when the police resorted to lathicharge twice after protesting mob turned violent during Gangavati bandh.
source: The Hindu March 25, 2007 Special Correspondent BJP alleges hand of local Congress bigwigs behind it Demonstrators stage sit-in before TTD headquarters Ask why TTD Trust Board is going soft on the issue
source: The Hindu, October 7, 2004 BANGALORE, OCT. 6. Visvesha Tirtha Swamiji of Pejawar Math in Udupi has said there is no question of handing over the Udupi Sri Krishna Temple to the Department of Religious Endowment, and the Government could not take over temples established or run by a community.