Dalit resistance to the expansion of Mangalore Airport
- Crash Raises Issue of India's Aviation Oversight: Vikas Bajaj and Heather Timmons - New York Times, 22 May 2010
- Bajpe airport development work to begin soon: Revanna - Deccan Herald, January 26, 2004
- Tampering of oustees' land records alleged, Deccan Herald, August 03, 1998
- 22 May 2010: "Mangalore Air Crash Tragic Fallout of Criminal Negligence of Planning and Regulatory Authorities"
- March 03, 2003: "Mangalore Airport Expansion to proceed only if Legal"
- March 10, 2001: "Government prepares to evict people to accommodate Mangalore Airport Expansion without complying with International Standards and obtaining Statutory Clearances"
- February 01, 1999: "Bajpe residents resist survey of Land for expansion of Mangalore Airport MLA Ramnath Rai leads delegation to lodge protest with Commissioner"
- August 01, 1998: "Brutal eviction awaits 208 families as Asst. Commissioner tampers land records transferring ownership to Airport Authority of India - Revenue Minister not aware: Promises to study the matter"
- July 30, 1998: "Over 300 Land Records tampered overnight by Land Acquisition Officer to Rush through expansion of Bajpe Airport" - Press Invitation
- January 29, 1998: "Clarification regarding the press released made on 12 January 1998"
- January 12, 1998: "High Court admits PIL against the New Mangalore Airport"
- January 12, 1998: "High Court Stays Proposed New Mangalore Airport"
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