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Bridge is the one game which requires a high sustained concentration level throughout because every deal is a challenge for all - the declarer as well has the defenders. While the declarer takes stock of the dummy to assess the potential of his contract, counting losers and winners to plan his play in a manner which would yield him the optimum result for his bid contract, the defenders on the other hand begin their count of possible winners to beat the contract if possible on some favorable assumption of key card holdings. Then the battle for supremacy begins with the dummy coming down on the defender's opening lead.

Rarely seen Bulgari jewellery once owned by actress Elizabeth Taylor and suits, dresses, gowns and accessories by top names in post-war Italian fashion are on display at an exhibition opened last week at London's Victoria & Albert Museum. "The Glamour of Italian Fashion 1945-2014", "examines Italy's rich and influential contribution to fashion from the end of the Second World War to the present", the V&A said in a press release.
If buildings could talk, what would they tell us? German art-house dirctor Wim Wenders, Robert Redford and four other filmmakers ponder, prod and probe the "souls" of six iconic landmarks in a film. Unusually for the big screen, bricks and mortar take the place of the main protagonist in "Cathedrals of Culture", which, despite its lofty title, features no religious edifice nor is it devoted solely to high altars of the arts.
Archie Andrews, the fictional red-headed, American teenager in the popular "Archie" comics, will die in the conclusion of a flash-forward series this summer, according to its publisher. In the series of his adventures after high school and college, the iconic comic character will die while saving the life of a friend in "Life With Archie #36" in July.
With an extra 20 pounds, an impressive paunch and bad teeth, actor Jude Law, best known for his golden boy roles, transforms himself into a sleazy, ranting southeast London safecracker in the film "Dom Hemingway." It is Law, Oscar nominated for "The Talented Mr. Ripley" and "Cold Mountain," as he hasn't been seen before - unfit, unkempt and with a penchant for delivering expletive-filled speeches.
Leading climate change researchers, policy making officials, and disaster response experts gathered at the Climate Change Adaptation Conference on 9th April in Gilgit to discuss the impact of global warming and ways to mitigate risks at the community and institutional levels. The two-day conference was organised by Focus Humanitarian Assistance Program in collaboration with the Karakoram International University (KIU).
The news media is generating some big news of its own, as a growing number of star US journalists move online, bringing followers and financial backers with them. Online news sites have been around for years, but in recent months the trend has gained momentum, defying predictions of a troubled media industry.
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