Deepika Padukone is a sheer delight in Marchesa gown for Cannes 2017

Deepika Padukone is a sheer delight in Marchesa gown for Cannes 2017

Not all celebrities can pull off runway’s risque fashion. But our homegirl, Deepika Padukonewho’s tried her hand at modeling before is a pro at pulling off any outfit with elan. This time she worked a beautiful sheer gown by Marchesa at the 70th annual Cannes Film Festival. The plum gown was a sheer delight on Deepika’s petite body. It seemed like it had a shimmery body suit inside which was beautifully showcased by the see-through fabric. While many may think Deepika likes to play it safe with her fashion choices,…

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British student told by EU careers service a Brussels job is ‘out of the question’ after Brexit

British student told by EU careers service a Brussels job is ‘out of the question’ after Brexit

Ms Roebuck, 24, said she thought it was “madness” when careers advisers at an EU networking event in Brussels advised her that she would have to obtain French nationality in order to have job prospects in Brussels Sara Roebuck/Facebook A British student studying in Paris has been told that getting a job with European Union (EU) institutions will be “out of the question” after Brexit. Sara Roebuck, who is doing a double masters in European politics at Sciences Po Paris and the London School of Economics, recently attended a careers event in Brussels with her university class to…

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Labour’s draft manifesto through a business lens

Labour’s draft manifesto through a business lens

So how radical is Labour’s draft manifesto really? On the face of it, it looks like the root and branch reversal of 40 years of government policy. But let’s take a moment to see how radical, how do-able, these proposals really are from a business, rather than a public finance, perspective. Let’s start with the easy ones. Renationalising the railways This actually happens from time to time anyway. The East Coast Main Line spent several years in public ownership after it was handed back to the government by National Express…

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Google Reportedly Won’t Fix a Major Threat Before Android O’s Release

Google Reportedly Won’t Fix a Major Threat Before Android O’s Release

A new Android security flaw has come to light that could potentially expose your Android smartphone to a lot of malware. Google has reportedly confirmed that it is aware of the issue, and has said that the fix will arrive with Android O. Now, Android O’s commercially release is still months away, which means users will remain exposed to the flaw till then. The flaw was first found by research firm Check Point, and it claims that the exploit exposes users to malware attacks like “ransomware, banking malware and adware.”…

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Trump fires Comey: A timeline of his career

Trump fires Comey: A timeline of his career

President Trump on Tuesday fired FBI Director James Comey, the White House announced. Here is a timeline of his career: 1993: Comey served as the lead prosecutor in United States v. John Gambino et al., a six-month mafia racketeering and murder trial in the Southern District of New York. 1996 to 2001: Comey served as Managing Assistant U.S. Attorney in charge of the Richmond Division of the United States Attorney’s office for the Eastern District of Virginia. While in this role, Comey handled the Khobar Towers terrorist bombing case, in…

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Apple just bought a company that tracks your sleep

Apple just bought a company that tracks your sleep

Beddit Apple has made a move to get in bed with you. The iPhone maker has acquired Beddit, a startup that makes a sleep sensor. Beddit notified customers on Monday of the acquisition, alerting them that their data will now be collected in accordance with Apple’s privacy policy. CNBC first spotted the update to the Beddit’s webpage. Apple didn’t immediately return a request for comment. The company sells Beddit’s sleep monitor for $150 in its store. Beddit’s sensor looks like a thin rectangular pad that users place between their sheets. Working with a corresponding…

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At home in a Dunedin Art Deco gem

At home in a Dunedin Art Deco gem

Darryl McNamara (left), owner of Aart Model Management and Aart on St Andrew hair salon, and husband David Hollick, head stylist at Aart on St Andrew, live in Dunedin with dog Georgie. Darryl McNamara, owner of Aart Model Management and Aart on St Andrew hair salon, and husband David Hollick, head stylist at Aart on St Andrew, live in Dunedin with dog Georgie. The house is one of the original Art Deco homes in the city. When we got it, the previous owners hadn’t done anything with it for 37…

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PayPal launches a small biz toolset, ‘Business in a Box,’ with WooCommerce & Xero

PayPal launches a small biz toolset, ‘Business in a Box,’ with WooCommerce & Xero

PayPal today launched a new service, called Business in Box, aimed at bringing more U.S. small business owners to its payments platform. The service, which was developed in partnership with WooCommerce and Xero, offers merchants a suite of tools for running their online businesses, including an online storefront, accounting tools, the ability to apply for working capital from PayPal and, of course, support for taking payments either online or offline, via PayPal. Business in a Box is largely aimed at first-time business owners who already know what they want to sell and have a…

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Segni Living Collection as a Modular Architecture for Living Area

Segni Living Collection as a Modular Architecture for Living Area

Modular architecture, material combination for bookcase, kitchen chest, hutch and boiserie Segni Living is the new idea for the Living area Zampieri, with a graphic rhythm, an original and light sign and a play of light and material combination for bookcase, kitchen chest, hutch and boiserie. Bookcase: Metal and wood variation, new finishing The bookcase is a harmonious and airy variation of horizontal and vertical lines, made with aluminium frames with curve wood shelves like a tray. The aesthetic effect is a match of thickness and solidity. Realized in the wall or…

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Quick tips for a hitch-free international travel

Quick tips for a hitch-free international travel

Being in another place can be an eye-opening and invigorating experience. You might notice that some of your favourite travel memories include early-morning runs in a park near your lodging, touring humble museums, and having late-night drinks at a local bar. Of course, you also remember the hitches you encountered – being lost, high credit card fees, getting sick. Not good. If you’re flying soon and still looking for a few quick tips that you’ll actually use, then you’re in the right place. Aside from taking advantage of great overseas…

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