Current Affairs 10th February, 2016: The New Chief Justice of Bombay High Court is Justice Dhirendra Hiralal Waghela
Sushil Koilrala, Former Nepal Prime Minister Passed Away
10.2.2016: Former prime minister of Nepal passed away. He was 78. He breathed his last in his residence near Kathmandu. He also served as the president of Nepali Congress. He served as prime minister of the country from February 2014 to October 2015. He belongs to the Koirala family and is the cousin of Girija Prasad Koirala. He was suffering from cancer since 2014.
Mukesh Bansal Quits Flipkart
10.2.2016: Mukesh Bansal who looks after the advertising and commerce business of Flipkart resigned from the company. This is confirmed by Mukesh himself. Mukesh is the owner of Myntra, the online fashion store that was bought by Flipkart for Rs. 2,000 core. Few days ago, Flipkart’s chief business officer Ankit Nagori also quit the company.
The New Chief Justice of Bombay High Court is Justice Dhirendra Hiralal Waghela
10.2.2016: Justice Dhirendra Hiralal Waghela will succeed Justice Mohit S Shah as the chief justice of Bombay high court. Justice Mohit S Shah retired in October 2015. Justice Waghela will take over his new position on 16th of this month. He is presently serving as chief justice of Orissa High Court.
The New Deputy MD of Isuzu Motors India is Hitoshi Kono
10.2.2016: Isuzu Motors India appointed Hitoshi Kono as the new deputy managing director. He will succeed Shigeru Wakabavashi. He will take charge on 14th of this month. Kono who is presently serving as general manager of Isuzu Asia Department played key role in setting up manufacturing plant in Andhra Pradesh.
India to Export Railway Coaches to Bangladesh
10.2.2016: India is going to export 120 Linke Hofmann Busch railway coaches to Bangladesh. The estimated cost is Rs. 367 crores. Forty coaches will be exported in the first consignment in March this year. Rail Coach Factory, Kapurthala is manufacturing these coaches. The order includes 17 each of AC chair cars, Ac first class coaches and 34 non AC chair cars. This also includes 19 power car coaches.