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Julianne Moore, who won the best actress Oscar on Sunday, was a late-bloomer who turned 30 before she hit the big screen - but has more than made up for it ever since. The 54-year-old redhead, who stars as a linguistics professor with early-onset Alzheimer's in "Still Alice," has played everything from a porn star to an FBI agent over a career spanning a quarter-century.

Kristen Stewart last Friday became the first American actress to win a Cesar, France's equivalent of the Oscars, while "Timbuktu" won seven awards including best film for its portrayal of northern Mali under jihadist control. "Twilight" star Stewart received the best supporting actress award for her role alongside Juliette Binoche in "Clouds of Sils Maria".
Years after playing 1980s rock music as a popular radio DJ in Mexico, film-maker Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu was back behind a microphone on Sunday: To accept the Oscar for best director. Inarritu - the creative force behind dark comedy "Birdman - became the second Mexican in a row to win Hollywood's top directing prize, one year after countryman Alfonso Cuaron was rewarded for space thriller "Gravity."
Defence in Bridge is easy if you have a certain line marked to defeat the contract. But when the contract is shrouded in different alternates of key card holdings, defence because a real task to unravel the visible but illusory card placements. Most of the time defence is in the dark if there has been no bidding from partner and the opponents have also not revealed much through quick calling of their contract. But when the auction gets crowded and startlingly high, that is when a defender is truly tested.
Patricia Arquette won the best supporting actress Oscar on Sunday, earning the first Academy Award for a family of actors spanning three generations. Crowing a three-decade career, the 46-year-old blonde with the icy blue eyes took one of Hollywood's top prizes for playing a single mother in director Richard Linklater's coming-of-age drama "Boyhood."
In a general Yahoo opinion survey on Political Wisdom, the best answer was regarded as the one which stated that Political Wisdom was "hypocricy - by not being blunt and taking sides"! Interestingly, during the Islamabad Dharna episode, statements from some prominent personalities were projected by electronic and print media which accused a certain individual politician of being naïve on political wisdom. Interpreting it on face value, such statements communicated a perception that the concerned individual was not politically savvy and was not in possession of qualities which would categorize him as a wise, mature and successful politician.
On February 3 the Sindh High Court ordered the Karachi commissioner and law enforcement agencies to remove illegal barriers from the streets and submit a detailed report by February 24. There are three days left before the deadline, but not a pole, iron gate, and other kind of hurdles have been removed. It is to be presumed neither have the authorities prepared a detailed report. Everyone knew it would not happen, and that includes the judges who ordered the removal of the barriers.

 



 
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