Current Affairs 10th October, 2015: China Open Title for Sania and Martina Hingis
Ramakumar Raman is Youngest Chartered Accountant in the World
10.10.2015: Eighteen year old Ramkumar Raman has become the youngest Chartered Accountant in the world. This boy is from Indian high school in Dubai. He cleared all the papers in first attempt, which is very rare. He comes from a chartered accountants family and started taking coaching for the exam in the year 2012. He is recognized as the youngest affiliate to have been registered by Association of Chartered Certified Accountants in Gulf.
Tapan Ray Appointed to Board of Securities and Exchange Board of India
10.10.2015: Tapan ray who is presently serving as the Corporate Affairs Secretary is appointed to Board of Securities and Exchange Board of India. He will succeed Anjuly Chib Duggal. He is appointed as Corporate Affairs Secretary in August, this year. He served in various capacities in Gujarat and handled many assignments in departments that include textile, science and technology and defence ministry.
Natesan Ramani, Carnatic Flutist Passed Away
10.10.2015: Carnatic Flautist Natesan Ramani passed away at the age of 82. He is survived by wife, two sons and two daughters. He died of cancer. He developed his own style in flute music and performed jugalbandhis with Hariprasad Chaurasia, MS Gopalakrishnan and others. He also performed jugalbandi with mandolin Srinivas.
China Open Title for Sania and Martina Hingis
10.10.2015: Continuing their winning saga, Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis pair lifted China Open Trophy, the eighth in the season and fourth in a row. They defeated Taipei girls in the final and won 6-7, 6-1 and 10-8. Earlier they won titles that include Indian Wells, Miami, Charleston, Wimbledon, US open and Guangzhou and Wuhan in this season. They haven’t dropped a more than two sets in the last 17 matches which is very remarkable.
Andhra radish Government Launched e-Pragathi Project
10.10.2015: Andhra Pradesh state government launched e-Pragathi project to provide integrated services to the citizens. Designed at a cost of 2398 crore rupees, it includes 72 project, 14 packages to be implemented over the next three years.