For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. “I would like to congratulate everyone. Eventually what you want is a good team effort and that the team has performed well,” said Tendulkar.ALSO READ: As players you have to respect team management’s take, says Karun NairThe Little Master also advised the people of India to stay fit and healthy. “…the bigger picture what we are looking at is the good health of India, getting used to living a healthy lifestyle, looking after your health and staying fit.ALSO READ: India vs West Indies 2018: 2 players who deserved chance in Test squad“I was brought up by my grandmother who used to say that your health is your real wealth and the same message I would like to give to the entire nation. Look after your health and stay fit,” he said. New Delhi: Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar on Sunday praised the Indian team’s Asia Cup 2018 victory in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) by terming it as complete team effort while addressing the reporters during the IDBI Federal Life Insurance Mumbai Half Marathon Event at the Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai.“I did not see all the matches. Whenever I see, I feel happy for the way we (Indian team) are performing”, Tendulkar told reporters here.“I will give the credit to the whole team. Individuals come and perform well, some players play the series well, some players cannot perform as desired but eventually I’ll say that I feel happy after seeing the team effort,” Tendulkar added.ALSO READ: Exclusive | We have game plan for Virat Kohli: Jason HolderThe Rohit Sharma-led Men in Blue clinched the final victory after defeating Bangladesh by three wickets in a last ball, nail-biter to lift the Asia Cup trophy. This was a historic team for Team India as it was the seventh time that India have lifted Asia’s biggest cricketing trophy.
Curabitur condimentum justo eu sapien rutrum, ut interdum eros bibendum. Fusce quis quam tortor. Sed id faucibus nisi. Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus et malesuada fames ac turpis egestas. Mauris commodo, risus ac fringilla vulputate, velit enim molestie libero, at imperdiet justo velit a lorem. Donec elementum tempor mi vitae viverra.
As the Revenue Protection Division (RPD) continues its pursuit and investigation into the missing high value documents from the Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ), on April 19, 2013, officers from the Division arrested and charged Derrick Smalling, with one count each of Conspiracy to Defraud, breach of the Corruption Prevention Act and Falsification of Accounts.The missing documents include motor vehicle registration certificates, blank Drivers Licences (Teslins) and blank motor vehicle titles.Mr. Smalling, a cashier from the Savanna-La-Mar Tax Office, was charged with issuing substitute registration documents for motor vehicles, including a motor vehicle registration certificate – which was found on a motor vehicle other than the one it was issued for.He is set to return to Court on July 9, 2013.The RPD is reminding members of the public that the presentation of fraudulent documents is an offence and that the full force of the law will be brought to bear on the offenders.The Division is also imploring members of the public who may have information regarding the possession, or use of motor vehicle documents suspected to be fraudulent, or information concerning suspected fraudulent activities as it relates to Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ), to contact the Revenue Protection Division at [email protected] or 1 – 888 – CALLRPD (225-5773).Re-established as a division of the Ministry of Finance in June 2008, the RPD, as one of four entities under the Ministry’s Enforcement, Regulations and Compliance Programme, is specifically mandated to protect the Government’s Revenue through the enforcement of the Revenue and Customs laws, conducting investigations, minimizing corruption within the Revenue Services and fraud against the revenue, and improving the efficiency of revenue collection.CONTACT: Revenue Protection Division (RPD)c/o Communication & Public Relations Unit,Ministry of Finance & Planning30 National Heroes CircleKingston 3.Tel: 928 – 5141Fax: 928 – 9648Email: [email protected]
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 13 Jan 2016 – Wilber Caley is the new Deputy Director of the Road Safety Department. Caley is no stranger to working within TCIG as he served 10 years with the Customs Department from 1983-1994. Mr. Caley spent the last 20 years of his professional life in the insurance industry; he is a former Managing Director of British Atlantic Financial Services which in December 2014 was liquidated. As the Deputy Director, he will be directly responsible for the daily oversight of the Providenciales office and will oversee and advise on policy and strategy to ensure the effective delivery of the enforcement of the Road Safety Code.Caley said: “I am thankful for the opportunity to be a part of the TCI Civil service and to work in the Road Safety Department. My aim is to insure that the TCI motoring public and in particular the motoring public in Providenciales and North Caicos is given the service they deserve in an environment of fairness and transparency.” Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:road safety department, wilber caley
Related Items:#LabourForceSurveyunderway, #magneticmedianews Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, June 22, 2017 – Providenciales – Since yesterday the Department of Statistics began its bi-annual Labour Force Survey. In a media release, Statistics said, “Enumerators with IDs and special vests will visit selected households on each island. The department is asking for the support and cooperation of the general public with this exercise. A Labour Force Survey provides estimates of employment and unemployment. These are among the most important measures of economic performance of any economy.”The survey continues until July 21st.#MagneticMediaNews#LabourForceSurveyunderway Bahamas Statistics survey on, tells how to recognize their field officers Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp