Current Affairs 30 OctoberCurrent Affairs
30 October 2016 Current Affairs
Sunil Bharti Mittal, Chairman of the GSMA
Bharti Enterprises chairman Sunil Bharti Mittal, founder and chairman of GSMA, was appointed on October 27, 2016. As chairman of the GSMA, the organization's strategic activities they will conduct.
Mittal will replace Baksas Frederick, his term expires at the end of 2016.
In addition, the Company has elected Executive Vice President Mary Noili Jego again. The board of the company has elected 26 new members.
Sunil Bharti Mittal:
• Sunil Bharti Mittal, an Indian industrialist, social service and Airtel chairman of India's largest telecom company.
• By 2007, Sunil Bharti Mittal was awarded the Padma Bhushan.
• In 2006, the Fortune magazine "Asia Businessman of the Year" was awarded.
• Voice & Data Mittal in 2006, "Telecom Man of the Year" is selected.
• Frost and Sullivan Asia Pacific ICT Awards to them, in 2006, "CEO of the Year" was awarded.
Ajay M Gondan Indian High Commissioner in Australia
Additional Secretary in the Foreign Ministry. Ajay M Gondan new High Commissioner of India in Australia was appointed. DR. Gondan in charge of political affairs in the foreign ministry.
Dr. Ajay M Gondan about:
Dr. Ajay M Gondan 1985 batch Indian Foreign Service officer.
Prime Minister's residence in five states approved the construction of houses under the scheme in five states
Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation Minister Housing Scheme 28 October 2016 in five states (urban) 84 460 and construction of houses for the urban poor under approved.
The scheme will be a total investment of Rs 3,073 crore central assistance for which 1,256 were approved.
Prime Minister Housing Scheme (urban) the 'beneficiary under construction' component will be built under the houses.
The main points of the plan:
• West Bengal with an investment of Rs 1,918 for the construction of 47 379 dwellings were approved, for which central assistance of Rs 711 crore was approved.
• 424 crore to Punjab and Rs 217 crore with the central assistance was approved to build 15 209 houses.
• Jharkhand for Rs 464 crore Central assistance of Rs 192 crore and the total cost of construction of houses with 12 814 were approved.
• With an investment of Rs 179 crore for Kerala 5968 has approved the construction of houses for which central assistance of Rs 89 crore has been approved.
• For the first time in Manipur has approved the construction of 3090 houses, of which a total investment of Rs 88 crore and Rs 46 crore for which central assistance has been approved.