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87 temples demolished in Mysore 87 temples demolished in Mysore
January 21, 2012

Mysore (Karnataka): The Mysore City Corporation (MCC) demolished as many as 87 illegal places of worship in the nine zonal limits on Tuesday.

BJP Govt. in K'taka once again destroys 18 Hindu temples
September 28, 2011

BJP Government in Karnataka declared 18 temples as unauthorized and later demolished them. The demolition started at 11.00 p.m. was going on till the following evening.

Protest by HJS against Temple land encroachment in Sagar Protest by HJS against Temple land encroachment in Sagar
May 22, 2011

HJS held a protest against encroachment and requested Government to do a complete survey of land belonging to Sadashiv Sagar Lake and thus protecting it from encroachment, and thus protecting the purity and sanctity of lake and making clear the already encroached place.

BBMP told to demolish illegal structure
April 9, 2011

A division bench of the high court headed by Chief Justice J S Khehar has directed the BBMP to demolish the unauthorized structure housing Shanishwara-Muneshwara temple at Agrahara Dasarahalli, Magadi Road.

'Karnataka Mandir Mahasangh' branch opened in Gadag
March 21, 2011

Gadag (Karnataka): On 15th March 2011, Gadag Branch of ‘Mandir and Dharmik Mahasangh’ was inaugurated at Sri Amba Bhavani Devi Mandir at Betagiri in Gadag District.

Bramhananda Saraswathi Swamiji bless 'Karnataka Mandir Mahasangh' Bramhananda Saraswathi Swamiji bless 'Karnataka Mandir Mahasangh'
March 6, 2011

A meeting with Sadguru Shree Shree Shree Bramhananda Saraswathi Swamiji of the Sriramakshetra, Nityanandanagara, Dharmasthala was held on behalf of the Devasthana Mattu Dharmika Samsthegala Mahasangh, Karnataka.

Karnataka Govt. to stop unauthorised (?) Temples' demolition
February 24, 2011

Dr. V. S. Acharya, Minister for religious endowments, Karnataka has instructed that unauthorized temples, mosques and churches, which do not create any inconvenience to the public interest, should be made authorized.

Idols from 3 temples in Aland (Karnataka) damaged
February 15, 2011

Aland (Karnataka): It was observed that 3 Idols in Hindu Temples were damaged in a single day.

Chamrajnagar: HJS hold meet of devout Hindus to protest Temple demolition
February 11, 2011

Chamrajnagar (Karnataka): A meeting of temple trustees, chiefs of temples and devout Hindus was held under the auspices of HJS here, to protest against demolition of Temples by Karnataka Govt.

Hindus protest against Temple demolition at Ankola, Karnataka
February 9, 2011

Ankola (Karnataka) : The Karnataka Govt is trying to demolish the ancient Mahasati Devi temple at Mastikatte in Ankola taluka, in the name of development and road widening. Local Hindus are protesting against this.

Karnataka: An attempt to shift ancient Bramhasannidhi temple Karnataka: An attempt to shift ancient Bramhasannidhi temple
February 6, 2011

The BJP government of Karnataka, on the pretext of road widening, is trying to shift the 800 year old ancient ‘Pariyodibedu Kanapadittaya Bhumavati an parivar daivanche devasthan (Bhamhasannidhi)’ a religious centre

Saint Basavanna’s statue damaged in Karnataka ! Saint Basavanna’s statue damaged in Karnataka !
February 6, 2011

Some unknown anti-Hindu miscreants damaged the statue of Saint Basavanna on the night of 2nd February at Mahalingpur in Bagalkot district.

Success of HJS : Stay Order on temple demolition at Gadag (Karnataka)
February 6, 2011

Gadag (Karnataka): About 70 temples were to be demolished but Hindu Janajagruti Samiti and proud Hindus forced the government to issue a stay order to stop the demolition with immediate effect.

Karwar: Hindus protest against Temple demolition Karwar: Hindus protest against Temple demolition
January 30, 2011

Under the leadership of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti about 125 people including trustees of this as well as other temples, representatives of other Hindu organizations, devotees and lawyers took part in the protest.

‘Mandir Mahasangha’ set up in Karnataka with the initiative of HJS ‘Mandir Mahasangha’ set up in Karnataka with the initiative of HJS
January 25, 2011

The ‘Mahasangha’ has been set up to fight, in lawful manner, against the incidents of theft and idol breaking in Hindu temples as also fight against the decision taken by the State Government to demolish 5000 temples by construing wrong meaning of a verdict given by the Supreme Court.

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