Karnataka Police prevent the Maharashtra delegation from entering Belagavi constituency at the Doodha Ganga river bridge in Kuganoli village as the winter session of the state legislature begins in Belagavi on December 19, 2022.
1. The winter session of the Karnataka legislature begins today in the border district of Belagavi. Controversy is already brewing after the BJP government unveiled a portrait of Hindutva ideologue VD Savarkar in the Assembly hall. The inauguration was boycotted by the Congress which is staging a dharna. The session is being held amid tight security with around 62 organizations planning protests on various issues including the Karnataka-Maharashtra border dispute. MES will hold a mega Maha Melava rally in Belagavi south in a bid to unite with Maharashtra.
2. The Janata Dal (Secular), which has twice delayed the announcement of candidates for the 2023 elections, is all set to announce some names today.
3. Surabharathi Sanskrit and Cultural Foundation will present Namasankeerthanam by Karthick Gnaneshwar and party at foundation premises, 9th C Main, Service Road, Beside BWSSB water tank, 1st Block, HRBR Layout from 6.30 pm onwards.
from south Karnataka
1. Akhila Karnataka ex-servicemen conference today in Madikeri.
2. KSOU has organized a special conference on Human Rights and Good Governance as part of the International Human Rights Day.
3. Department of Kannada and Culture starts theater and dance training in Mysuru today.
from northern Karnataka
1. Kalaburagi Zilla Panchayat has taken a unique tour for studies. Students will be taken to silk farms every Saturday to provide first-hand experience to showcase sericulture as a career option.
2. Former Zilla Panchayat President Shivaprabhu Patil will address the media in Kalaburagi about the expulsion of BJP party workers in Kalaburagi Rural district.
3. Press meeting by residents of Ashraya Colony in Hubballi regarding their demands.
from coastal Karnataka
Moodbidri in Dakshina Kannada is all set to host India’s first International Scouts and Guides cultural jamboree for a week from December 21. Various activities will be part of the event, including an agricultural fair, an art camp for leading artists.