Current Affairs 4th November, 2015: Shoaib Malik, Pakistani Cricketer Retired from Test Cricket
Justice T S Thakur is next the Chief Justice of India
4.11.2015: Justice T S Thakur’s name is recommended for next chief justice of India. The recommendation was made by current CJI Justice Dattu who is going to retire in the first week of December this year. T S Thakur is going to be the 43rd CJ of India. He was born on 4th January, 1952 and was enrolled in October 1972 as a pleader. He worked in the high courts of Karnataka, Delhi, Haryana and Punjab.
Priyanka Chopra Nominated for People’s Choice Award
4.11.2015: Priyanka Chopra the talented Indian actress is nominated for People’s Choice Awards. She will be competing with the likes of Marcia Gay Harden, Lie Michele, Jamie Lee Curtis and Emma Roberts. Her show Quantico also is nominated for Favorite New TV Drama Category.
Surojit Chatterjee to Join Flipkart as Senior Vice President
4.11.2015: Flipkart announced the appointment of Surojit Chatterjee as senior vice president and Head of Consumer Experience and Growth. Mr Chatterjee was with Google for the last eight years. At Flipkart he will look after the consumer experience across desktop and will report to Chief Product Officer.
Shoaib Malik, Pakistani Cricketer Retired from Test Cricket
4.11.2015: Pakistani Cricketer, Shoaib Malik, announced retirement from test cricket. The 33 year old cricketer said that he is retiring from test cricket to concentrate on one day format. He added that he wants to play 2019 world cup. Malik played 35 test matches and scored 1898 runs. His average is 35.15. He made a comeback into the Pakistan Team after five years.
Inzamam Ul Haq to Coach Afghanistan Cricket Team for Two Years
4.11.2015: Former Pakistan Captain, Inzamam Ul Haq is appointed as coach for Pakistan team for two years. He will be the batting consultant for the team. Former coach Kabir Khan said that Afghanistan team has good bowlers and fielders but not good batsman. Inzamam will help their players to improve their batting skills, he added. Inzamam was offered to coach Pakistan cricket team two years ago but things did not work out between him and the Pakistan cricket board.