Current Affairs 6th June, 2015: Ameenah Gurib Fakim became the first Woman President of Mauritius
Ameenah Gurib Fakim became the first Woman President of Mauritius
06.06.2015: Ameenah Gurib Fakim took over as the president of Mauritius. This prominent scientist created record as she became the first woman to become president of this nation since it became independent in 1968. Gurib Fakim worked earlier with World Bank.
R Seshasayee Appointed as Infosys Non-Executive Chairman
06.06.2015: Infosys appointed R Seshasayee as the new non-executive chairman for the organization. He is succeeding KV Kamath who stepped down as chairman and independent director of the company. R Seshasayee will take over as non-executive chairman immediately.
Aarti Agarwal, Tollywood Actress Died in New Jersey
06.06.2015: Aarti Agarwal, popular Telugu film actress died at the age of 31 years. It is said that she died due to complications developed after she underwent liposuction operation in New Jersey. She started her career in Hindi with the film Pagalpan and later acted in many Telugu films. She worked with almost all top heroes in Tollywood. She was suffering from obesity and respiratory problems since many days.
Foundation Stone Laid for Andhra Pradesh New Capital City, Amaravathi
06.06.2015: Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu laid the foundation stone for new capital city in Guntur district. Residual Andhra Pradesh is left with no capital city after the forced bifurcation of united Andhra Pradesh state. Bhumi Puja is performed for the capital and the construction work will begin in October this year.
First Green Police Station in North Delhi
06.06.2015: The first green police station in India is inaugurated in Maruthi Nagar in North Delhi. The police station has roof coated with slaked lime to keep it naturally cool. To reduce the overall temperature, earthen pots will be placed on the roofs.
Union Ministry of Water Resources Launched Jal Kranti Abhiyan
06.06.2015: Union Minister of Water Resources launched the Jal Kranti Abhiyan in Jaipur, Rajasthan. The aims of the campaign are to include all Panchayat Raj Institutions and local bodies in water security and to uplift the water resource management and water resource conservation knowledge. It also aims to increase income security in rural areas through water security.