Personality Profile Twenty-year-old Denoila Bristol is a gym and personal trainer by profession, model by passion and teaching is her career.She grew up in the mining town of Linden, 3rd Street, Silvertown and later moved to Georgetown at the age of six.Currently, she is the founder and owner of Insane Fitness which was established on July 3, 2018, and entails personal training and group sessions for weight loss, toning and mass gain.As it pertains to modelling, she was trained in Trinidad in June 2015. However, she re-migrated to Guyana and is now attached to KAST Talent Management; founded by Khamisi Slowe.She is fearless and fierce in the arena of modelling. She always thinks of herself as the best, putting aside all issues and worries and just working in her given space to showcase her beauty, boldness and now, baldness.She has managed to balance her busy schedule with various sports and her studies. “So modelling is never just about face and definitely is not just for ‘the dunce and idle people’ as you would mostly hear,” she added.With all the passion she has for modelling and sports, she managed to show the entire world beauty and brains go hand-in-hand by obtaining 15 subjects (inclusive of nine Grade Ones, three Grade Twos and three Grade Threes).She described herself as a ‘pusher’ who knows how to get things done.“I was never born with a “gold spoon” in my mouth and I love that aspect of my life. It teaches me to be independent and dedicated but to never be laid back,” she added.A happy life is a healthy life and as such, she will continue to be the reason “behind” people’s healthy lifestyles, a nurturer and educator to young children and the bold, beautiful and educated young woman in-front of the cameras.
Juan Mata summed up the mood at Old Trafford in just seven words.Manchester United’s 1-1 draw at relegated Huddersfield ended any hope fans had of watching Champions League football next season, as Chelsea and Tottenham took the remaining two places to join Manchester City and Liverpool. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a tough rebuilding job on his hands at Manchester United Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move tense ADVICE Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars BEST OF REVEALED 2 shining REVEALED REPLY Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Solskjaer was critical of some of his other players after the draw, revealing a number are unlikely to play again.“I can’t talk about individuals now but there’s a chance you’ve seen the last of [some] players,” he said. “We weren’t good enough . . . the table seldom lies.“Effort and attitude was not the problem. The players were running and trying. We just weren’t good enough. That is the problem.” Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions getty Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? no dice LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS gameday cracker 2 Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT “He’s a fantastic person and a fantastic player,” he said before the Huddersfield draw.“It’s up to him. I’ve had words with him and he knows how highly I regard him.“I was so pleased for him [scoring the goal against Chelsea] last week; it would have been so much nicer for him to sit there and talk about Juan scoring the winning goal against Chelsea.“He’s a top pro and let’s see if they manage to agree.” Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ And in his latest blog entry Mata kept it short, writing: “You deserve better. No more words needed.”The 31-year-old is out of contract in the summer, but has been offered a new one-year extension, while it is being reported Brighton want to give him a deal.Hi manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, is hopeful he will stay. Juan Mata is out of contract in the summer, but has been offered a new deal Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Getty huge blow
Story Highlights Mr. Green was speaking at the Jamaica Micro Financing Association Limited’s (JaMFA) seventh annual microfinance sector leadership forum, at The Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in New Kingston, on Tuesday (May 28). State Minister in the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Hon. Floyd Green, says the Administration has no intention of taking a “big stick” approach to the implementation of the legislation’s provisions. The Government says it is prepared to entertain stakeholder discussions on aspects of the proposed Microcredit Act that are generating some concern.State Minister in the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Hon. Floyd Green, says the Administration has no intention of taking a “big stick” approach to the implementation of the legislation’s provisions.Mr. Green was speaking at the Jamaica Micro Financing Association Limited’s (JaMFA) seventh annual microfinance sector leadership forum, at The Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in New Kingston, on Tuesday (May 28).The State Minister said he has already had discussions with the Minister of Finance and the Public Service (Dr. the Hon. Nigel Clarke), “which came out of my very first meeting with the Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprise (MSME) Implementation Task Force, where concerns were raised”.Mr. Green said Dr. Clarke indicated his willingness to meet with industry stakeholders “to review aspects of the Bill they have a difficulty with”.The Bill, which was tabled in Parliament by Dr. Clarke in February, is intended to regulate microcredit service providers by ensuring they are licensed by the designated regulatory authority.They will also be required to keep proper accounting and other records and make timely reports to that authority.Meanwhile, Mr. Green said he will maintain an open door policy on the matter and advised that he is prepared to meet with stakeholders, such as the advocacy team, comprising representatives of JaMFA and the Jamaica Association of Microfinancing (JaMFIN), which was established to lobby government intervention to address the areas of concern.He explained that the Act is intended to aid in facilitating the microfinance sector’s growth, safeguard consumers, and ensure that all stakeholders are “playing by fair rules”.For his part, JaMFA’s Executive Director, Raymond Gabbidon, said the advocacy team will be lobbying the support of both Ministries on the matter.State Minister in the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Hon. Floyd Green (left), greets Jamaica Micro Financing Association Limited’s (JaMFA) Executive Director, Raymond Gabbidon, during JaMFA’s annual micro finance sector leadership forum, held at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston, on Tuesday (May 28). In the background is JaMFA’s Acting Chairman, Andrew Mais.The Act also seeks to regulate the provision of microcredit services offered by microcredit institutions, in order to ensure that microcredit services may be utilised by micro, small and medium-sized enterprises and individuals to facilitate their financial or economic advancement; and that the interest of borrowers may be protected by discouraging excessive interest rates and predatory lending practices by microcredit institutions.It prohibits false and misleading advertising by microcredit institutions; and makes it an offence for microcredit institutions to use threats and violence in the process of collecting a debt.The Bill identifies the Consumer Affairs Commission (CAC) as the body responsible for accepting complaints against microcredit institutions, investigating complaints against microcredit institutions and formulating a code of conduct for microcredit institutions on consumer-related matters. The Government says it is prepared to entertain stakeholder discussions on aspects of the proposed Microcredit Act that are generating some concern.
Rohtak (Haryana): “Development, trust and big changes in the country have marked the 100 days of his government, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday, asserting that “we know how to take challenges head-on”.Kicking off the BJP’s campaign for Haryana Assembly election, Modi told a rally here that 130 crore Indians were the inspiration behind the government’s major decisions in various fields from farm sector to national security and took a swipe at the opposition parties, saying they are still numb” from their Lok Sabha polls debacle. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’Referring to Jammu and Kashmir, Modi said the country and the world have witnessed in past 100 days that “India is challenging every challenge”, whether it is decades old or is of future. I have come here in Haryana at a time, when BJP-led NDA government is completing 100 days. In 100 days, some people could not understand, some people are in such a bad state that they are numbed because of poll debacle, he said at the ‘Vijay Sankalp’ rally. These 100 days have been of development, trust and big changes in the country. These 100 days have also been of decisiveness, dedication, good intention”. Also Read – Farooq demands unconditional release of all detainees in J&K”Whatever big decisions were taken in past 100 days, the inspiration behind them were only 130 crore Indians, he said, adding, because of your unprecedented support, the government could take major decisions from farm sector to national safety and security. The prime minister said several important laws have been passed in recent months, including to deal with terrorism and for protection of rights of Muslim women. He said a roadmap has been prepared to help different sectors with an intention to strengthen economy and referred to the “historic decisions” for strengthening the banking sector. This is only the beginning and its benefits will be felt in the coming time, he said. We know how to take challenges head-on. Be it the matter of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh or serious water crisis, 130 countrymen have started looking for new solutions,” he said. We are into fulfilling the dreams and expectations of people of J-K and Ladakh with a new thinking. Because of your inspiration, such promises which were made during polls, have now been honoured, he said in an apparent reference to the abrogation of Article 370. Modi said the main priority of BJP governments, be it at the centre or in the states, was to take care of the interests of poor people and referred to steps being taken to ensure better health care, clean drinking water, farmers’ welfare and pension schemes. We do not adopt a piecemeal approach but keep a big target in mind and take all round steps, he said. A roadmap which was never there under previous governments has been prepared for the health sector, he said. The government is focusing on preventive health care services and working towards making health services cheaper and easy to avail, he said. Modi said programmes like Swachh Bharat, Yoga, Ujjwala, Ayurveda and Fit India movement were contributing to controlling diseases. The prime minister said that it was his government’s commitment that each house will get piped water by 2024 and work in this direction had already been started.