Top news developments in Karnataka on September 23, 2022


1. Today is the last day of the current legislative period. Janata Dal Secular, who initiated a dharna in the assembly over the alleged transfer of a property trust worth millions of euros to private hands, allegedly backed by Minister Ashwath Narayan, will resume the protest. The controversial wakf property report is also to be submitted.

2. The Karnataka High Court will hear the case of the CET repeaters further today. A panel of experts on Thursday suggested to “normalize” the grades of students who passed the II PU in 2021 in physics, chemistry and mathematics, subtracting an average of five to seven grades to also account for their II PU grades along with the CET 2022 in a ratio of 50:50 for the award of further training ranks as for II PU students who passed 2022.

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3. Mysore lancers Heritage Foundation organized the 104th Haifa Day celebrations at JC Nagar in Bengaluru.

4. Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai held a breakfast meeting with Pourakarmikas from Bengaluru today and heard their complaints.

5. The University of Transdisciplinary Health Sciences and Technology (TDU), the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Education of the Government of India jointly organize a national conference on Vision Ayurveda. Attending as guests are Govind Mohan, Secretary, Ministry of Culture, Government of India, Rajesh Kotecha, Secretary, Ministry of Ayush and Darshan Shankar, Vice-Chancellor of TDU, and Pramoda Devi Wadiyar from the former Mysuru Royal Family. The event will take place from 10:00 a.m. at the premises of TDU, Jarakabande Kaval, Yelahanka.

6. Aweksha, a women’s charitable foundation, is holding a candlelight vigil in the playground near the hockey stadium from 5.45pm to 6.45pm in solidarity with two Dalit sisters allegedly raped and murdered in Lakhimpur Kheri, Uttar Pradesh.

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7. The National Institute of Fashion Technology holds its induction ceremony. Karnataka Governor Thaawar Chand Gehlot will attend as the main guest. Guest of honor will be Union Minister of State for Textiles and Railways Darhana Jardosh at the event. The event will take place from 4:00 p.m. on the premises of the NIFT in the HSR layout.

From South Karnataka

1. Shivamogga Police are today providing details of recent arrests on charges of terrorism connections.

2nd Session of the University of Mysore Academic Council.

3. The Mandya Institute of Medical Sciences organizes a public awareness rally on suicide prevention.

4. Indian Pharmaceutical Association, Mysuru Chapter celebrating World Pharmacist Day.

From the coast of Karnaka

1. Dakshina Kannada Police Department held caste and tribal meeting in Mangaluru at 11:00 am to address their grievances.

2. Udupi City Government celebrates Pourakarmika Day at Udupi City Hall. It is chaired by the President of the panchayat, Sumitrya Nayak.

3. Kannada and Culture Department holds various cultural programs at Janapara Utsava in Alevoor in Udupi today

From northern Karnataka

1. Rumors of suspected child thieves created tension in the city of Yadgir

2. There is controversy over the place of civic honor offered to President Draupadi Murmu during her visit to Hubballi. Activists say the proposed venue, Karnataka Gymkhana Ground, is controversial while the district administration denies.



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