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Effective September 1, Merja Kallio-Mannila has served as deputy head of sales and marketing and customer services at Finnlines.Torkel Saarnio, meanwhile, was named deputy line manager of Finnlines’ HansaLink, Hanko-Helsinki and Helsinki-Rostock services.Kallio-Mannila will continue in her role as head of sales and customer service, Finland. Saarnio will maintain his current responsibilities as head of truck and trailer segment.www.finnlines.com
Scottish elite club pushes for the wing of CSKA-Sofia Graham Carey. Dundee United is preparing an offer for the football player of the “reds”, the media of the Island write.The former youth national of Eire missed the first match of the season against CSKA 1948 due to a minor injury. It is still unclear whether he will be among the 18 to host Botev (Plovdiv) on Sunday. After three rounds played in the Scottish Premier League, Dundee United is 5th, with an asset of 4 points. The team hopes to attract Kerry to step up the competition.The 31-year-old winger is a teenager for Celtic, and in Scotland he also played for St. Mirren and Ross County. He came to the Army last summer from Plymouth Argyle, where he spent four seasons. Kerry was voted the starter in the “reds” this season.
It is believed that that the concerned league is the brainchild of former Indian shooter Shimon Sharif and is a month-long competition scheduled for the country’s rifle and pistol shooters. Last Updated: 13th June, 2020 07:49 IST NRAI Asks Its Shooters To Stay Away From Unauthorised Online League NRAI asked country’s shooters to stay away from an “unauthorised” online league, stating that disciplinary action will be taken against the marksmen who compete COMMENT “It has come to our notice that an unauthorized online league competition is being organized without the approval of NRAI,” the spot’s governing body said in the statement posted in its website.”Shooters are advised not to participate/associate with any league match, which is not approved by NRAI.”Disciplinary action shall be taken against shooters participating in such competition,” it added. First Published: 13th June, 2020 07:49 IST Written By SUBSCRIBE TO US LIVE TV Press Trust Of India FOLLOW US The National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) on Friday asked the country’s shooters to stay away from an “unauthorized” online league, stating that disciplinary action will be taken against the marksmen who compete in the tournament. The NRAI said in a statement that it has not sanctioned any such tournament in the country. WATCH US LIVE
Frank Micelotta / FOX.(ATLANTA) –Sunday saw the Miss Universe crown go to Zozibini Tunzi a.k.a. Miss South Africa. She bested 90 other women competing in the annual pageant that was filmed from Tyler Perry Studios.People reports that Tunzi is a 26-year-old public relations professional and a gender-based violence activist. While ecstatic about her win, she’s more excited how dark skinned girls will feel when they see her wearing the iconic tiara.“Society has been programmed for a very long time that never saw beauty in a way that was black girl magic, but now we are slowing moving to a time where women like myself can finally find a place in society, can finally know they’re beautiful,” She told reporters.She also hopes her new title will help bring “a new, fresh and different perspective of what South Africa is.”Miss Puerto Rico Madison Anderson was runner-up while Miss Mexico Sofía Aragón came in third.With Tunzi’s win comes South Africa’s third Miss Universe crown: winning in 1978 and 2017. Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Related ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) — Jada Pinkett Smith set the record straight on her reported ties to Scientology, insisting she has no connection to the religion.“I have studied Dianetics, and appreciate the merits of Study Tech,” the Girls Trip star tweeted on Tuesday, referring to the ideas and teaching method invented by science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard, who created the controversial religion.“But I am not a Scientologist,” she continued, explaining, “I practice human kindness, and I believe that we each have the right to determine what we are and what we are not.”The tweet was in response to a claim made by Kevin Can Wait star and former Scientologist Leah Remini made in an interview with the Daily Beast, published on Saturday.“I know Jada’s in. I know Jada’s in. She’s been in Scientology a long time,” Remini told the pop culture website. “I never saw Will [Smith] there, but I saw Jada at the Celebrity Centre. They opened up a Scientology school, and have since closed it. But Jada, I had seen her at the Scientology Celebrity Centre all the time.”Remini, a member of the church for 35 years, announced her split in 2013. She’s since become an outspoken critic of Scientology, alleging its practices are abusive towards its members.Remini earned a Creative Arts Emmy for her series Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath, which airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on A&E.Kevin Can Wait, starring Kevin James, returns for its second season Monday night at 9 p.m. ET on CBS.Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico
“First time ever, history for our country,” says Solomon Islands captain …..It is the number one time, for the newly established Solomon Islands Rugby Football League (SIRFL) to play in an international sanctioned match.“We (SIRFL) started a competition in 2013 and it’s only the beginning, one of the boxes has been ticked,” SIRFL chairman Beaver Biti told Loop PNG after their final match. He added that, the experience will have a “big impact on the development of the code back home.” The Solomon Islanders did not win any match in the nines competition but did showed some flare with their hard hit ups, tackles and speed as many of them were rugby union converts.“It’s an experience for us…and happy to compete with big guys (PNG, Fiji, Samoa and Tonga),” said Robert Dofe, SIRFL Pacific Games team manager.It is not the final and last time, as “our wantoks” across the Solomon Sea aim to bounce back from their humiliating defeats and gain some respect in their next international match.“Will come back again, we will win a match next time,” says Dofe.The national sport for Solomon Island is soccer.