First latest update is, it has been ___________ (you can fill the blank with the value showing in the count-up timer below the Heading of this page) since the launch of Chandrayaan 1.
Secondly, Chandrayaan 1 Camera Tested... ISRO has released the first pics from the historic space craft yesterday - Oct 31, 2008.
Here is what ISRO has got to say about the current position of Chandrayaan 1...
It may be recalled that the 1380 kg Chandrayaan-1 was successfully launched into an initial elliptical orbit around the Earth by PSLV-C11 on October 22, 2008. This was followed by four orbit raising manoeuvres, which together raised Chandrayaan-1’s orbit to a much higher altitude. The spacecraft is now circling the Earth in an orbit whose apogee (farthest point to Earth) lies at 267,000 km (Two lakh sixty seven thousand km) and perigee (nearest point to Earth) at 465 km. In this orbit, Chandrayaan-1 takes about six days to go round the Earth once. The spacecraft performance is being continuously monitored and is normal.
Courtesy: ISRO Press Realease Oct 31, 2008 and ISRO Chandrayaan 1 Picture Gallery