Major News Events in Karnataka on June 16, 2022

1. The final results of Karnataka Legislative Council graduates and teachers’ constituencies will be declared today. While the results of three out of four seats are out (BJP-2 and Congress-1), one seat is in trouble where there is a tough fight between the Congress and the BJP. counting continues,

2. CET for Engineering seats starting today and will continue till July 18.

3. Environment Awareness Cycle Batch organized by Karnataka Forest Development Corporation Limited from Vidhana Soudha to Kanteerva Stadium, the batch started from Vidhana Soudha at 8 am

4. Tooltech 2022 exhibition organized by Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers Association (IMTMA) will be held from 16th to 21st June. The exhibition will be held at 11.30 am at Bangalore International Exhibition Center located at Tumakuru Road, Madhavra.

5. The Domestic Workers Unions Joint Action Forum will hold a protest demanding a minimum wage, a weekly holiday and paid sick leave with statutory social benefits to celebrate International Day of Domestic Workers. Workers will gather at Freedom Park at three o’clock in the afternoon

6. The South Asian edition of Dr. Deepti Ganapathy’s book ‘Media and Climate Change: Making Sense of Press Narratives’ will be released at the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore. Grammy winner Ricky Cage will be the chief guest, IIMB Auditorium, 5 PM

from South Karnataka

1. Convocation of Kuvempu University in Shivamogga in which Governor Thawar Chand Gehlot will participate.

2. Press conference by KPCC working president R Dhruvanarayana and BJP MLA SA Ramadoss in Mysore.

from North Karnataka

1. Vijayanagar district in-charge minister Shashikala Jole will hold a meeting of district level officers to review the progress of government programs in Kalaburgi

2. Activist and miner Tapal Ganesh will address a media conference on his objections to the methodology of inter-state boundary survey in Ballari district. They are of the view that the Survey of India officials took the wrong approach and fixed the Karnataka-Andhra border to cover the alleged alteration of the boundary by former minister Gali Janardhan Reddy.

3. Karnataka Asmita Janandolana to end its 24-hour protest against textbook revision. in Kalaburagi.

4. TS Nagabharan, Chairman, Kannada Development Authority will inaugurate a seminar on the issues of border districts of Karnataka at Kalaburagi.

5. Four of a Dalit Family eat poison Accused of torturing BJP MLA’s son in Haveri district.

6. Congress to organize a press meet in Hubli on alleged pressure tactics by the Sangh Parivar on police officers.

from Coastal Karnataka

1. Meeting of the Academic Council of Mangalore University at 11 am. The meeting will be presided over by Vice Chancellor PS Yadapadithya.

2. On the occasion of World Music Day, Ishaan Fernandes of Mangaluru sang 12 songs in 12 languages ​​on 21st June in Kalangan, Mangaluru.