Top news developments from Karnataka today – The Hindu

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai. File. | Photo Credit: HANDOUT
Here are the key news developments from Karnataka to watch out for today:
1. Police will their investigation into hoax bomb threats made to several schools in Bengaluru and elsewhere.
2. AAP’s women’s wing has organized a protest at Freedom Park against the raising prices of essential commodities from 11 p.m. onwards.
3. Bengaluru City University’s Vice-Chancellor Prof. Lingaraja Gandhi will announce gold medalists and the rank holders of the first annual convocation.
4. The Craft Council of Karnataka will launch “Aaakaar”, celebration of terracotta art, written by Bindhu Mathai, at Bangalore International Centre, at Domlur II Stage, at 5.30 p.m.
5. National Gallery of Modern Art, Bengaluru (NGMA B) and Indian Council For Cultural Relations (ICCR) will hold 72nd IICRs’ foundation day at Gallery of Modern Art on Palace Road, 5.30 p.m.
Bharat Foundation’s Mangaluru Lit Fest 2022 will have a session on review of school textbooks syllabi by Rohit Chakrathritha. Aravinda Chokkadi and Ashwini Desai to speak at Hotel Ocean Pearl, 10 a.m. onwards. 
1. Fortnight-long railway safety drive by Mysore Division of SWR; public awareness drive to comply with safety norms to reduce trespassing on tracks to minimise accidents and deaths will begin at Mysuru.
2. Meeting of MLA L. Nagendra, MP Pratap Simha with officials of University of Mysore and Central Institute of Indian Languages on identifying a suitable venue for Classical Kannada Centre is being held today.
1. Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai to chair Basavakalyan Development Board in Basavakalyan, Bidar district.
2. Book exhibition by Kannada Book Authority begins in Dharwad.
3. Inquiry has been ordered into Pakistan currency being found in Belagavi.
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