London Lite Wednesday, 8 July 2009 StarCity broker said he was living the dream Sad reminder: the Facebook invitation to Mr Maldes birthday party tomorrow Inbrief Life is short in Tower Hamlets MEN in Tower Hamlets have the third lowest life expectancy in the country. Figures from the National Statistics Office show just 56 per cent of the areas men will live to 75 and only men in Manchester and Liverpool have a lower life expectancy. Men in Islington are the sixth lowest with a 57 per cent likelihood of surviving into old age. Seventh soldier dies in a week A BrITISH soldier was killed in Afghanistan last night, bringing the toll to seven deaths in the past week and 176 since 2001. The soldier from the Light Dragoons died in an explosion near Gereshk in Helmand province. It came as a British officer killed in a helicopter crash in the Zabul province was named as Captain Ben Babington- Browne from Maidstone. Postalworkers three-daystrike THOUSANDS of postal workers began three days of strikes today in an escalating row over jobs, pay and cuts. Communication Workers Union chiefs and royal Mail management are at loggerheads with no sign of an end to the conflict. Postmen and women walk out today, distribution and logistics staff stop work tomorrow and mail centres strike on Friday. Hospitalpatients evacuatedinfire PATIENTS were evacuated from a London hospital this morning after a fire broke out in a scanning unit. Firefighters went to Croydons Mayday Hospital after a blaze began in the Woodcroft wing at about 3.30am. The MrI unit was almost destroyed but nobody was injured. The hospitals A&E has been shut and outpatient services cancelled. Deutsche Bank was due to host his 25th birthday party tomorrow at Soho bar Amuse Bouche. He was asked to leave work early by bosses on Friday following an inquiry into an IT matter. Friends said the banker, known as Jools, was obviously upset. One added: We are all truly devastated. You dont just walk off the top of a building unless something hugely upsetting has happened. His parents are in pieces. They have lost their only baby. Another friend said his employers deleted his Bloomberg account, which allows him to talk to other bankers and have access to the markets, add- ing: All of us have heard he was about to be suspended by Deutsche and he was upset about it. He was wearing his best suit and had a glass of champagne in his hand when he jumped. Jools always liked to do things differently, he wanted to be noticed. The 24-year- old was recently tipped for promotion at the bank. Graduating from Oxford aged 20 with a geography degree, Mr Malde seemed destined to become another successful British-Asian entrepre- neur. His website listed his work status as living the dream. His events management business, alphaparties, organised social events in top clubs in Mayfair and Kensington. During his teens in Oxford, he worked as a music and arts reviewer for the BBC. He also worked for the Universitys two newspapers and on student radio. He came second in the UK Graduate Of The Year awards, saying at the time: I have learnt that the sky is the limit since going to university, and that with successful time man- agement skills, one can achieve so much more. Blessed with self-pro- motional skills, when he interviewed former Spice Girl Geri Halliwell for BBC Radio Oxford, he made sure he was photographed with her. A spokesman at Deutsche Bank said Mr Malde was asked to leave work at 3pm on Friday but refused to go into detail. He said: We are deeply sad- dened by our colleagues death, and our thoughts are with his family. Mr Malde, a big Michael Jackson fan, wrote on Twitter about how upset he was by the stars death. E Continued from Page 1 Champagne lifestyle: Anjool Malde listed his work status as living the dream on his website HH index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html