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The Golden Globes triumph of Amazon's online series "Transparent" highlights the increasingly blurred lines between televion and the Internet. "TV and the Internet are becoming one and the same, and in a few years that line will completely dissolve," said media analyst Jeff Bock of box officer tracker Exhibitor Relations.

In a NT contract what do you do as declarer on the first trick? Simple - you count your losers and winners, like in this one: As south, on the lead of QS in a contract of 3NT, you count your 8 winners - 5 in clubs, 2 in spades and 1 in heart. So you need one more. How do you get it? Simple - by giving up a heart to the king so that your QH becomes the 9th trick. Of course for that you preserve your AS in dummy and play the KS on the opening lead.
Children's cartoons depict death more often than films for adults, and their main characters are more than twice as likely to be killed off, according to research released last Tuesday. The study found the main characters in children's cartoons were two and a half times as likely to die as protagonists in films for adults, and were almost three times as likely to be murdered - often in violent ways.
Opposition leader Imran Khan has finally ended years of speculation surrounding the former playboy cricketer widely considered country's most eligible man. Imran Khan, who is 62 and the father of two sons from his previous marriage to British socialite Jemima Khan (nee Goldsmith), tied the knot with Reham Khan, the 41-year-old host of a Pakistani political talk show in an Islamic ceremony before a handful of witnesses, a spokeswoman said.
The 68-year-old author of the book, "Power Failure - the political odyssey of a Pakistani woman", Syeda Abida Hussain, is daughter of late politician, big landlord and honorary Colonel Abid Hussain of Shah Jewna. Her mother was daughter of Sir Maratab Ali Shah, sister of industrialists Syed Amjid Ali Shah, Wajid Ali Shah and Babar Ali Shah. Thus author is an exceptionally privileged mix of rural feudal and urban business / industrial class. She is spouse of politician Syed Fakhar Imam, heiress of a vast Jagir - estate located in district Jhang, owns houses / properties in Jhang, Shah Jewna estate, Lahore, Islamabad. Karachi, Murree Hills, and in London.
Karachi's young people are targeted in numerous consumer-oriented trades and business ventures because the young do not look at the price tag, they buy anything which is trendy, what ever it costs. It is creating mindless spending habit which means there is little respect for money or what it means in the country's economy. It also means the young are self-serving and have no real sense of their responsibility as citizens.
Art is a dynamic and powerful expression of the nation's history and identity. Lahore is historically a hub of art and culture. Painting and sculptures has their special place along with literature and music in the city's cultural activities. Lahore is referred as the "Cultural Capital" of Pakistan, and the city was a centre of the "Mughal Empire".

 



 
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