POP star James Arthur has quit Twitter for good after admitting it "f***ing hurts" reading nasty comments online. The 31-year-old - who battles crippling anxiety - recently claimed he isn't taken seriously in the industry because he's an X Factor winner. The singer today revealed his staff will take over his Twitter account moving forward. He wrote this morning: "Have to be honest some of the things I read on here go a bit toot far and quite frankly f***in hurt, if that was your goal you win Maybe I should have thicker skin at this point I don’t know but either way this is my last tweet, I’m loggin off. Peace out Twitter friends. "All posts will be done by digital team moving forward. Thanks for all the love and support shown by fans on this platform over the years it’s been emotional but I’ve gotta delete this app. Much love and respect JA." James deleted the app soon after revealing a teaser to his new video Quite Miss Home.It was a surprise to fans who … [Read more...] about James Arthur quits Twitter over online abuse after claiming he’s not taken seriously as an X Factor champ
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Shoppers are going wild for a printed frock from Marks & Spencer - hailing it the 'perfect' summer wardrobe purchase. The £49.50 Printed Midi Shirt Dress features a flattering vertical print, capped sleeves and falls below the knee, making it an ideal pick for women of all ages. In a nod to its style star power, the dress was chosen by brand ambassador Holly Willoughby for her latest Holly Loves edit for the retailer. And it has proved just as popular with high street customers - and Instagram users. The shopping frenzy comes amid news that the Duchess of Sussex has persuaded Marks & Spencer, John Lewis and Jigsaw - along with her designer friend, Mischa Nonoo - to create a 'capsule' collection of women’s workwear which will benefit Smart Works, a charity helping women back into the workplace. Stylish 'fifty something' Michelle Carrick, a designer at M&S, showed how the versatile frock can be worn over trousers with statement accessories … [Read more...] about Is THIS the dress of the summer? M&S shoppers of all ages go wild for a printed £49.50 frock from Holly Willoughby’s edit – and share their snaps online
Go beyond your college classroom. Take part in fests. Pursue an internship, says Abhishek Ajmera.Image published for representational purposes only. Photograph: Danish Siddiqui/Reuters Millennials and the Generation-Z are ready to dominate the workforce. It is expected that by the year 2020, the average age of an Indian will be 27 years. Technology is synonymous and automation today is transforming the lives globally. Millennials have an edge over their predecessors and are better equipped to battle industry 4.0; so is the Generation-Z who were born in the age of social media. They are much more industry ready than the previous generations, who joined their first job and honed their skills to perfection over the years. Nothing is constant in this rapidly changing ecosystem and it’s important that professionals equip themselves with knowledge and skills to stay relevant. The State of Working India 2019 report by Azim Premji University reported that urban women of … [Read more...] about Good grades will not get you a job. Skill yourself!
RIYADH (Reuters) - “No voice is louder than that of the Aramco IPO, the largest IPO on earth,” declared Ahmed Al-Arfaj, a Saudi Arabian TV talk show host, drumming up demand for what could be the world’s biggest initial public offering. A billboard display an advert for Saudi Aramco in the streets in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, November 15, 2019. Picture taken November 15, 2019. REUTERS/Ahmed Yosri State oil giant Saudi Aramco began its repeatedly delayed share sale on Sunday, offering retail investors and institutions a stake in the world’s most profitable company through a listing on Riyadh’s Tadawul bourse. Saudis clamoring to own part of the world’s top oil exporter can go online or to local banks, which have extended working hours to meet high expected demand during a sale process that runs until Nov. 28. Retail investors will be sold up to 0.5% of Aramco, about $8.5 billion worth of shares, in the IPO, which values the company at $1.6 … [Read more...] about Eager Saudis prepare to snap up stakes in ‘crown jewel’ Aramco
There is a lot that has been said and written about bringing up gutsy girls – who refuse to be defined by their gender, who demand equality and speak up to have their voices heard. However, not much is written about the role of parents in bringing up these gutsy girls. I am going to attempt to do that, not to blame or shame anyone but for all of us to come together and take collective responsibility in making our world more equitable, free of gender violence and misogyny. I have heard many parents, particularly Dads, claim, “I am not a misogynist, but I do think girls’ roles are very different from boys, and it is best we accept this truth.” Part of me gets riled, but a large part is just amused at this contradiction. Prejudices and gender biases such as these sow the seeds of misogyny early in children’s minds and lives. Looking at it from a wider lens, I believe none of us can claim not to be misogynists. It is like the polluted air we breathe day in and … [Read more...] about Imagine: Raising girls — misogyny shows up when we’re least aware