Current Affairs 26th September, 2015: Sania-Martina Win Doubles Title at Guangzhou Open
Rear Admiral Sanjay Mahindru is the new Flag Officer Submarines
26.9.2015: Rear Admiral Sanjay Mahindru became the new flag officer submarines in place of SV Bokhare. He is serving the submarine arm of Indian Navy since 27 years. He also worked as director of Naval headquarter in New Delhi. He will be joining the forces in 2016.
Matthias Muller is the new CEO of Volkswagen Group
26.9.2015: Matthias Muller is appointed as the new chief executive officer of Volkswagen group. He will succeed Martin Winterkorn. Martin resigned from the company recently. Prior to this appointment, he is serving Porsche AG as the chairman and is also a board member of Volkswagen AG. In the beginning of his career, he joined AUDI AG in 1978 which is also a member of Volkswagen group.
S K Sharma is the new Chairman of Bhakra Beas Management Board
26.9.2015: S K Sharma is appointed as the chairman of Bhakra Beas Management Board. He joined Haryana irrigation and water resources department in 1980. He also worked as chief engineer of Beas Satluj Link project.
Shivinder Mohan Singh Resigned to his position in Fortis Healthcare Limited
26.9.2015: Shivinder Mohan Singh resigned as executive vice chairman of Fortis Healthcare Limited hospital chain. He will be the non executive vice chairman of Fortis from January 1, 2016. Fortis brand has 55 hospitals running across India. Malvinder Mohan Singh, elder brother of Shivinder is the present executive chairman of the company. The brothers also run Religare Enterprises Limited, a financial service.
Sania-Martina Win Doubles Title at Guangzhou Open
26.9.2015: Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis pair lifted another title this year. They won the women’s doubles title at Guangzhou open by defeating the Chinese pair by 6-3, 6-1. Sania till now won seven titles in this season.
CBI Raid on Virbhadra Singh, Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh’s Residence
26.9.2015: CBI raided the residence of Virbhadra Singh, the chief minister of Himachal Pradesh. He is the first serving chief minister in India to undergo CBI raids. CBI searched the residences of the chief minister in Shimla and Delhi.