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Remember, that wild viral started from a video of his lip-sync and dancing action uploaded to youtube. Yes, the policeman from Gorontalo, Norman Kamaru did that (although it is his friend who uploaded the video). Now, he had become a new superstar. He made appearance in various TV or live shows [...]
Just completed an entry about Citibank two scandals in Indonesia, one an alleged fraud from its relationship manager and one of a possible murder case. When browsed the web, I found one quite similar case about Citibank, now in Gurgaon, India (original link provided below). Also involved a [...]
Chaiyya Chaiyya, Policeman and Gorontalo might not have any relationship , but Norman Kamaru, a Policeman from Police Paramilitary Brigade (BRIMOB) stationed in Gorontalo, a city in Eastern part of Indonesia was showing his other talent to make them related. And believe me, it goes a wild viral [...]
Inong Malinda, aka Malinda Dee, a senior relations manager at Citibank here in Indonesia, allegedly embezzled at least Rp 17 billion (US$2 million) worth of client funds. According to Citibank Indonesia vice president for customer care, Hotman Simbolon, Citibank took the initiative to report [...]
Argentina had been one of the tournament's darlings, with coach Diego Maradona's every move causing a stir and superstar Lionel Messi showing you don't need to score to be sublime. The Argentines rolled into the quarterfinals as one of only two teams to win all its games — the Netherlands was the other — and had been so powerful they never trailed. But Germany overwhelmed the Argentines, and shut down Messi in the process. The reigning FIFA world player of the year leaves South Africa without a goal, and was in tears after the game.
In a match went unbelievably well for the German's side, England was sent home from South Africa. Some kind of deja vu happened in the match, a shot by Frank Lampard clearly cross the goal line but neither the referee or the linesmen saw it, totally opposite what happened in 1966 World Cup when a shot by English player Geoff Hurst struck the crossbar, bounced down, did not cross the line but the referee awarded a goal for England.
Slovakia started the game powerfully and showed their domination to led 2 - 0 with Robert Vittek's goals in 25th and 73rd minutes. Only in the 81st minute did Antonio DiNatale manage to put the ball in the net for the Italians. From there they began to emerge and dominate the play, a furious rally in search of a second goal to preserve their tournament lives.