Current Affairs 30th June, 2015: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalitha Wins by-poll By 1.50 Lakh Votes Margin
Rahul Agarwal Appointed MD of Lenovo India
30.06.2015: Rahul Agarwal is going to succeed Amar Babu as the managing director of Lenovo India. Amar Babu is now the chief operating officer, Asia Pacific and Chairman of Lenovo India. Rahul Agarwal is with Lenovo since ten years. Rahul Agarwal served Lenovo as head of commercial business, sales and marketing also. Lenovo is aiming to be in the top three companies in the Indian smartphone market.
Suzuki Moto Corp’s New President is Toshihiro Suzuki
30.06.2015: The CEO of Suzuki Motor Corp, Japan’s fourth biggest auto-maker named his son as the next president of the firm. Toshihiro Suzuki, the executive vice president took over as president from his father Osamu Suzuki. Osamu Suzuki is heading the firm since 1978.
Arrested TDP Telangana MLA Revanth Reddy Gets Bail
30.06.2015: Revanth Reddy, the Telugu Desam MLA who was arrested in Note for Vote case is issued bail by the high court. Justice Raja Ilango did not agree with the arguments of Telangana ACB. He said that the release of Revanth on bail will not in any way hamper the investigation procedure. However, Revanth Reddy is not yet released from the jail and is expected to come out of the jail on 1st July.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalitha Wins by-poll By 1.50 Lakh Votes Margin
30.06.2015: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalitha won from RK Nagar constituency by-election with a majority of nearly one lakh fifty thousand votes. Karnataka high court struck off the case against Jayalalitha and took over as chief minister of the state on May 23rd and now is elected for assembly. Fans and followers of Jayalalitha are celebrating her victory. She defeated her nearest rival and CPI candidate with a majority of one lakh fifty thousand votes. The CPI candidate got only 9,710 votes.
Union Railway Launched Integrated Security System in four Stations in Mumbai
30.06.2015: Suresh Prabhu, the railway union minister inaugurated Integrated Security System aimed at improving security on railway premises. The system is first introduced in four railway stations in Mumbai including the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus.