Current Affairs 8th November, 2015: Arundhati Bhattacharya is the most Powerful Women

Current Affairs 8th November, 2015:  Arundhati Bhattacharya is the most Powerful Women

Wasim Jaffer Becomes the First Cricketer to Score 10000 Runs in Ranjis

Arundhati Bhattacharya is the most Powerful Women

8.11.2015: Fortune India revealed its report of most powerful women in Indian business sector and Arundhati Bhattacharya is named the most powerful women. Arundhati Bhattacharya is heading SBI and she is followed by Chanda Kochhar of ICICI bank. In third place in the list is Shikha Sharma of Axis Bank.

Wasim Jaffer Reaches 10000 Runs Milestone in Ranji Matches

8.11.2015: Wasim Jaffer created history by becoming the first cricketer to score ten thousand runs in Ranji matches.  He is the first and only cricketer to achieve this feat.  He reached the milestone of ten thousand runs in a match played against Bengal. The match was played at Jadavpur University campus ground. Wasim Jaffer played his first Ranji Match against Mumbai in the year 1996.

<p style=”text-align: justify;”>Grand Alliance Wins in Bihar Assembly Elections

8.11.2015: Newly formed Mahagathbandhan, the Grand Alliance of JDU and RJD congress won two third majority in Bihar assembly elections.  The alliance secured 178 seats while the total numbers of seats are 243.  NDA led by ruling party, NDA won 58 seats. Others won only seven seats.  Nitish Kumar will swear in as the chief minister of the state for the third time.

10 Day Custody of Chhota Rajan to CBI

8.11.2015: Central Bureau of Investigation obtained 10 days custody of Chhota Rajan, the underworld don.  A case was registered against him alleging obtaining passport in 2003.  The passport was issued to him in the name of Mohan Kumar. He was arrested in Indonesia on October 25 and the passport was seized by the immigration of Indonesia.

World Health Organization Declares Sierra Leone Ebola Free

8.11.2015: Sierra Leone is declared as Ebola free by World Health Organization.  This led to jubilant celebrations in the country and the crowd came out in to streets celebrating by waving banners and dancing.  This West African nation was hit by Ebola one and half years ago and killed more than 4000 citizens.