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A few months ago, Argentine scientists found the remains of a giant dinosaur. Now they look forward to digging up hundreds more fossils, but what they really want is the big one's head. In recent years, the discovery of fossils of such sauropods - giant plant-eaters with thin necks and a long tail - in Argentina's Patagonia region confirmed that the remote area was once home to the largest dinosaurs to roam the Earth.

It's not easy playing an ape, even a highly intelligent one, but if Andy Serkis succeeds in captivating moviegoers, he will be thanking the obscure world of "motion capture," a digital technology that accurately translates performance into animation.
Fictional boy wizard Harry Potter made his first appearance in seven years on Tuesday, featuring as a nearly 34-year-old with grey hairs in a new short story by author J.K. Rowling. In an article on the "Pottermore" website written in the form of a gossip column, Harry and his friends reunite at a tournament of the broomstick-riding game quidditch.
With thousands of cameras capturing their every move for billions of fans, footballers know the World Cup isn't just about sport - it's about tattoos, hairstyles, clothes and the big business of setting trends. They arrive at airports, training sessions, press conferences and matches with carefully crafted looks, conscious that a new hairdo or tattoo can set social media networks abuzz - and that global brands with multimillion-dollar sponsorship deals are watching.
It has been emphasized time and time again that if you want to be successful at Bridge, you need to think hard whether at play, defense or bidding. For apart from the routine contracts, there are always a few hands that present a problem to be resolved with tact and real hard thinking. Those who solve these problems with consistency are naturally the winners. But this does not mean that their standard of Bridge is something which others can't reach.
Actors Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are back undercover as bumbling cops masquerading as college students to crack a campus drug ring in the action comedy "22 Jump Street," which pokes fun at sequels and lampoons the pair's bromance. The plot will be familiar to fans of 2012's "21 Jump Street," an R-rated, box office hit that earned $200 million worldwide and followed the duo's slapstick antics as they returned to high school for a similar assignment.
ImageIn Ramazan money is spent freely, extravagantly, often wastefully and it is done with religious zeal. Crimes like exploitation, price hike, bank robbery, purse snatching, house dacoity, inflation, car theft peak during the month of fasting. So whether money honestly earned is spent, or ill-gotten wealth is spent, it is in the name of Ramazan and the Eid which follows.

 



 
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