Mumbai: Actor Malaika Arora got trolled on social media after she shared a photograph of herself flaunting what many felt was armpit hair. Malaika recently shared a ‘behind the scenes’ monochrome image of her from a photoshoot, on Instagram. A section of social media users criticised it. The post, however, received over three million ‘likes’. Social media users commented that she should have waxed before the shoot, while some even found it disgusting. Also Read – ‘Will be acting till I die’One user wrote: “Atleast shave your armpits, that’s disgusting”, while another wrote: “I can see those dirty underarms.” Some even supported her bold move. One wrote: “Love the unedited underarms”, and another commented: “Being real is the new sexy.” There was a user who pointed out the hypocrisy by writing: “So apparently men are allowed to have hair in the underarm area and if women have them, it’s disgusting and pathetic? Way to go hypocrisy!”
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s Personal Envoy Matthew Nimetz added that the venue and time for the talks will be determined at a later date.Representing Greece at the discussions will be Ambassador Adamantios Vassilakis, while the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia will be represented by Ambassador Zoran Jolevski. This will be the first meeting between the parties since the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia instituted proceedings against Greece in November 2008 at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague, alleging that Greece blocked its application to join NATO in violation of an agreement between the two countries. When they last met in New York in October, Mr. Nimetz presented a new set of ideas to both sides for their consideration. In the past, the Special Envoy has proposed several compromise names but Skopje and Athens remain far apart on what they consider to be a satisfactory name for the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. The Interim Accord of 13 September 1995, which was brokered by the UN, details the difference between the two countries on the issue. It also obliges the two sides to continue negotiations under the auspices of the UN Secretary-General to try to reach agreement. 12 January 2009Talks between the representatives of Greece and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia on the name of the latter country will take place in New York on 11 February, the United Nations official spearheading the discussions announced today.