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  1. A law degree is supposedly one of the most respected professions across the globe in terms of the respect it carries, sometimes the fear it instils and even the kind of money it can allow a lawyer to make. Also not to forget the ability to use logical reasoning and derivative arguments to get one through any discussion or debate in life as well, is an added bonus of a lawyer’s talent. Faiz Siddiqui, a 41-year-old law graduate from the prestigious Oxford University also probably had some tall hopes when he got his degree. Except, what he eventually did will even make Marshall Erikson think twice before shouting ‘lawyered’ to anyone around him. The 41-year-old lawyer who is currently living in London and has been jobless, has sued his Dubai-based parents for not providing him financial aids for life. © Twitter_PA Uptil now, Faiz’s parents had left him a gorgeous apartment near Hyde Park which is around a whopping £1 million, and have been supporting him financially as well. Post a family feud, the parents apparently pulled the plug on the money flow and that obviously didn’t go down with this lawyer lad, who decided to make the best use of his degree and sued the two people who actually paid for it in the first place. In his defence, Faiz has claimed that he is a vulnerable grown-up child who deserves financial aid and not providing that is a violation of human rights for him. The parents had been providing him with an allowance of 400 pounds per week , which they now want to call off for their own reasons. Faiz was employed till 2011 and in 2018, he had even filed a lawsuit against his own University for ‘bad teaching’ that cost him his legal career. © The tab According to a Daily Mail report, Faiz had claimed 'boring' tuition and staff being on extended leaves to be a reason why he only received a 2:1 instead of the first-class degree he had intended to receive. I can only pretend to understand what Mr. Siddiqui is enduring and why, but well, I guess that is what we call ‘first world problems’. Here we are, fighting with our parents to get the AC serviced before Summers arrive, and then there are people who sue their parents with perhaps no fear of flying chappals. View the full article
  2. Election promises to boost employment are not uncommon in the run-up to polls. Those vying for the country?s top job, often vow, if elected, to create more jobs. Last month, Asif Ali Zardari, the former president of Pakistan, said that every...
  3. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits decreased 3,000 to a seasonally adjusted 218,000 for the week ended June 16. Photo: ReutersWASHINGTON: The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week, pointing to...
  4. Kapil Sharma and Sunil Grover, two of India's leading comedians, recently turned up the heat on Twitter with their not-so-funny fight, which does not seem to end anytime soon. While Sunil Grover said that he never got any call from Kapil to be a part of his new show, Kapil accused him of spreading rumours and said that he called him more than 100 times and even went to his house to meet him. K9 Productions As their fight continued and only turned nastier on Twitter, we thought Sunil Grover has gone to Sri Lanka to spend some leisure time, while Kapil moved on with his show 'Family Time With Kapil Sharma'. At least, that's what our first impression was after we saw TV host, actor and singer Meiyang Chang's post on Twitter. Honestly, if I hadn't worn my specs, I would have believed that he is Sunil Grover aka Dr. Mashoor Gulati. K9 Productions If there's anything Sunil Grover is known for more than his iconic character 'Gutthi', it is his portrayal of Dr. Mashoor Gulati in 'The Kapil Sharma Show'. A doctor whose prescription, treatment and medicines were his witty jokes and humourous digs at Kapil and the guests who came to Kapil's show. While we are in love with Dr. Mashoor Gulati, we also know that it's not quite possible for anyone to look like this character, but we were proved wrong by this doppelganger or look-alike from Sri Lanka. Meiyang Chang is currently holidaying in Sri Lanka and he came across this man who shares a striking resemblance with Grover's character. In fact, Chang posted this picture and said that this isn't Einstein, it is jobless Dr. Mashoor Gulati. à¤à¥à¤¸à¤¾ à¤à¥ Paritosh Tripathi नॠबिलà¤à¥à¤² सहॠफरमाया; Einstein नहà¥à¤, यॠjobless Dr. Mashoor Gulati हà¥à¤ . Bhai @WhoSunilGrover , à¤à¤ªà¤à¥ याद ठà¤à¤! ð¤ #Dambulla #SriLanka pic.twitter.com/Ol9jYLjMIH — Mister Chang (@MeiyangChang) March 27, 2018 In fact, Sunil Grover too was surprised by this unbelievable resemblance and replied, “I can't believe this bro!! Aisa kaun dikhta hai bhai.” Ha ha ha ha I can't believe this bro !! Aisa Kaun dikhta hai bhai. ð https://t.co/xIt3Khw8wv — Sunil Grover (@WhoSunilGrover) March 27, 2018 Well, we too are surprised and shocked over this resemblance and are now actually waiting for Kapil Sharma's reaction. Who knows, in this ongoing war, he might just hire this man to play Dr. Mashoor Gulati on his show.
  5. LONDON: Britain?s unemployment rate remains at a 42-year low, official data showed Wednesday, but workers? wages are still being eroded by inflation. The jobless rate ? or the proportion of the workforce that is unemployed ? stood at 4.3% in the three months to the end of October, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said in a statement. That was unchanged from the three months to September, and the lowest rate since 1975. Average weekly earnings rose by 2.5% year-on-year in the three-month period to October, but lagged behind Britain?s annual inflation rate of 3.1%. Adjusted for inflation, workers? weekly earnings fell 0.4% year-on-year from August to October ? a further erosion of purchasing power. Britain?s Consumer Prices Index 12-month inflation rate hit a near six-year high last month, fuelled by the rising cost of airfares, computer games and recreational goods, the ONS revealed on Tuesday. Inflation has soared in 2017 as a Brexit-hit pound ramps up import costs, which led the Bank of England to raise its key interest rate for the first time in a decade last month. "The consumer squeeze which has been evident since last year?s referendum continues, as pay adjusted for inflation is still falling," noted Hargreaves Lansdown economist Ben Brettell. Sterling tumbled in the wake of last year?s shock Brexit referendum, while Britain is on course to leave the European Union in March 2019. Some 1.4 million people were unemployed at the end of October. That was down 26,000 on a year earlier. The BoE is expected Thursday to leave borrowing costs at 0.5% following its final monetary policy committee (MPC) meeting of 2017. Tight squeeze "The tight squeeze on consumers continues as earnings growth remains clearly below inflation," noted Howard Archer, chief economic adviser at the EY ITEM Club research group. "It is a nailed-on certainty that the Bank of England will keep interest rates unchanged at 0.5% percent on Thursday. "Following consumer price inflation rising to 3.1% in November, pay still only creeping up in October and the labour market showing signs of faltering, dilutes the case for the Bank of England to hike interest rates again in the near term." The MPC had last month voted 7-2 to ramp up interest rates to 0.5% from a record low of 0.25% in order to tackle high inflation. That was the first BoE hike since before the financial crisis, when the rate was ratcheted up as high as 5.75% in July 2007.
  6. New claims for jobless benefits sank at the end of April, and the total number of people receiving unemployment benefits hit a 17-year low, the US Labor Department reported Thursday. The figures were more evidence of the persistently tight job market and came a day before the department is due to release its monthly employment report. In the week ending April 29, initial claims for unemployment insurance fell 19,000 to 238,000. Analysts had been expecting a drop of only 11,000. The less volatile four-week moving average held steady at 243,000, down 750 from the prior week's figure. Meanwhile the total number of people seeking unemployment benefits fell 23,000 to 1,964,000, the lowest since April 2000. Though they see big swings from week to week, jobless claims data can be used to measure the prevalence of layoffs and the health of labor markets. Job creation has been steady for many months, dropping the unemployment rate to 4.5 percent, and companies are reporting difficulty finding workers to fill open positions and in some cases have had to offer higher pay and benefits, even for low-skilled work. The Federal Reserve on Wednesday left its benchmark interest rates unchanged but signaled it may persist with an expected course of rate increases during the year, in large part due to strong job creation and low unemployment.
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