Current Affairs 9th September, 2015: Tiger Shroff is the Brand Ambassador of Hrithik Roshan’s HRX
Manjula is the first woman Director General of DRDO
9.9.2015: Defence Research and Development Organisation announced the appointment of Manjula as the director general. She is the first woman Director General of the organization, for electronics and communication systems cluster. She succeeded DR KD Nayak. Manjula is the director of Defense Avionics Research Establishment since 2014.
Tiger Shroff is the Brand Ambassador of Hrithik Roshan’s HRX
9.9.2015: Fitness and sportswear brand HRX that belongs to Hrithik Roshan signed Tiger Shroff as the brand ambassador. Tiger Shroff debuted in Bollywood with Heropanti and he will be the face of HRX. HRX offers a range of sports, fitness wear for men and also footwear and deodorants. These are available only on Myntra.com and Flipkart. Physical retail outlets will be open soon. This is a major brand endorsement for Tiger Shroff.
Brad Haddin, Australian Wicket Keeper Retires from Test Cricket
9.9.2015: Australia wicket keeper Brad Haddin announced retirement for first class cricket. The 37 year old cricket retired from one day cricket already. He played 66 test matches as wicket keeper, scored 3.266 runs and took 262 catches. He played his first test match in 2008. Haddin is the fourth cricketer to announce retirement in the wake of Ashes series defeat after Michael Clarke, Shane Watson and Chris Rogers.
Pakistan SC Orders Adoption of Urdu as Official Language
9.9.2015: Supreme Court of Pakistan ordered to adopt Urdu as the official language of the country immediately. The language will now be used in all the government offices of Pakistan as official language. The order passed by three member bench was headed by chief justice Jawwad S Khawaja. Under the 1973 Constitution, Urdu must be adopted as the official language of the country, the Supreme Court said.
Muziris Heritage Project of Kerala Tourism wins PATA Gold Award
9.9.2015: Muziris Heritage Project of Kerala Tourism is presented with PATA gold award. The awards were presented at the 38th edition of Pacific Asia Travel Association. The Muziris Heritage project focuses on heritage conservation. PATA brings the extraordinary works of travel and tourism stakeholders in Asia Pacific region into limelight.