Hollywood star Liam Hemsworth's love life with Maddison Brown is also now in the spotlight much like his former flame Miley Cyrus's romance with Cody Simpson. However, with The Hunger Games actor seemingly moving on from his former flame, fans cannot help but put the new ladylove on their radar, something which she is not too pleased about. Speaking to Sunday Life, the 22-year-old Dynasty star stressed that she will keep her personal life away from the public eye as much as she can.“I’ve always had this position that personal life is personal, and I would like to keep my privacy intact for as long as I can” she said.“The more people see you, especially on the screen, the more they feel they know you and are interested in your personal life,” she went on to say. “I'd say for the most part people are pretty positive, but I have received the odd death threat,” she added. The two sparked dating rumours two months after Liam split with Miley as … [Read more...] about Liam Hemsworth’s ladylove Maddison Brown wants to keep her personal life private
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Panellists at the Women of the World festival highlight the obstacles women face in public spaces and suggest ways to enable the broader representation of women in society. PHOTO: EXPRESS KARACHI: In Pakistan, women do not enjoy the same privileges as men when it comes to recreation. Despite multiple platforms created for leisure purposes, women and their needs are not always considered, let alone prioritised. Think of a recreation space that is solely dedicated to women – there are hardly any. And even when you stumble across the few that have been created in an attempt to incorporate all sections of society, they too come with their own challenges, constraints and limitations. At the Women of the World festival at Beach Luxury Hotel on Sunday, speakers at a panel, entitled “Reclaiming Public Spaces for Women,” underscored the many obstacles that women face in public spaces and presented solutions to allow the broader representation of women in … [Read more...] about Right to live: Can women in Pakistan reclaim public spaces through their voice?
Like revolutions, counter-revolutions abhor compromise. “Citizens,” cried Maximilien Robespierre in 1792, as he prepared the French for a reign of terror, “did you want a revolution without revolution?” Tories should be “unafraid to go forward without an agreement”, echoed Steve Baker, the Robespierre of the English right. We cannot tolerate “a half-in, half-out Brexit”. Boris Johnson agreed. All that is needed to make his impossible promises possible was a Riefenstahlian triumph of the will. “Go in bloody hard”, cause “all sorts of breakdowns, all sorts of chaos”, said Johnson and the purifying fire would consume the EU’s resistance. To outsiders, whose number include many who voted to leave, their fanaticism is incomprehensible. From a rightwing point of view, now is the time for half-measures. Remainers’ small but distinct chance of forcing a second referendum may depend on the Tory right and the … [Read more...] about The Brexit fanatics go for broke. This is their chance of counter-revolution
Companies often give out credit cards to their employees which can be used to deal with prospective clients. Now this may include your regular wining and dining and perhaps no eyebrows would be raised. However as this IT company’s CEO found out that if you go beyond wining and dining then there are severe consequences. A CEO of US-based tech startup has allegedly been fired after he spent vast sums of money at strip clubs. According to a report by Bloomberg, Eric Gilmore, CEO of Turvo spent over $75,000 at “adult entertainment venues” using company credit cards. Another report by Business Insider said that the money was spent over a period of three years. The expenses came to light when the company’s chief financial officer reviewed company credit card expense reports. The total expenses incurred by Gilmore on the company’s credit card were in excess of $1,25,000 Gilmore filed a case against Turvo in August but interestingly he didn’t deny claims … [Read more...] about IT company CEO fired after allegedly spending over $75,000 at strip clubs
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — At least nine former teachers and other staffers at a Portland private school sexually abused or groped students in the last 40 years, according to a year-long internal investigation commissioned by the school’s board of trustees. The Oregonian/OregonLive reports Students and even teachers who attempted to blow the whistle on the suspected abusers usually saw their complaints go nowhere. Three of the six former teachers and coaches named as abusers in the report were eventually forced out of their jobs. Catlin apologized to parents and alumni in a letter it distributed Wednesday. “It is clear that Catlin Gabel failed on multiple accounts -- in protecting students, in addressing the abuse, and in enacting change,” the school said. “We profoundly apologize for the pain and suffering that these alumni endured. What happened is inexcusable.” The most recent case of known abuse resulted in the employee getting fired in 2016. None of … [Read more...] about Report outlines decades of sexual abuse at private school