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  1. Pakistan's Test cricket legend Hanif Mohammad bagged 337 runs in a 970-minute vigil against West Indies in Bridgetown in 1958
  2. "Wind in your hair ... The little pleasures of life," says Sania Mirza in a video story posted on Instagram
  3. Gerwig blamed the decision to snub the movie out of Golden Globes as "unconscious bias" of male movie critics. Photo: Angela WeissTop Hollywood woman director Greta Gerwig said she was "disappointed" that she had been snubbed by the Golden Globes, with the producer of her hit film "Little Women" blaming the "unconscious bias" of male movie critics. With the awards from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association about to kick off the Oscar season on Sunday, Gerwig told AFP she had been saddened to have been "bumped out" of the best director race. However, her adaptation of the much-loved novel by Louisa May Alcott won nods for best actress for its lead Saoirse Ronan and best music for French composer Alexandre Desplat. "Of course, I'm disappointed. I love the film that we made and of course it's lovely to be honoured," said Gerwig, one of only five women ever to be nominated for a best director Oscar for her last film, "Lady Bird". But the fact "Little Women" was completely ignored by the Screen Actors Guild awards has caused consternation among some in Hollywood. 'Active hostility'With the voters who chose the best films of the year overwhelming men, New York Times critic Janet Maslin tweeted her shock at the "active hostility about 'Little Women' from men I know, love and respect." Producer Amy Pascal echoed her uneasiness in an interview with Vanity Fair. She said women outnumbered men two to one at the screenings laid on for Academy members in the run up to the Oscar nominations. "It's a completely unconscious bias. I don't think it's anything like a malicious rejection," she said. However, "I don't think that [men] came to the screenings in droves, let me put it that way," Pascal added. Read more: Wicked Ricky takes on Golden Globes in Trump, #MeToo era Gerwig, 36, said that "there are so many beautiful films made by women this year, and so many worthy films... I want to give them a bunch of statues." She said there had been progress for women directors, but "it's still dreadful". "I think in the past couple of years it's got better. I think people have been more willing to take this risk of taking a chance on different voices, and different authors, writers and directors." Hollywood's golden couple The fallout from the Harvey Weinstein scandal had been positive, but the system was still skewed in favour of men, she said. "I think obviously movies are expensive, they take a lot of time, a lot of money, a lot of people saying yes — and most of those people are men," she told AFP. But she said there had been progress towards "the kind of world that I think Louisa May Alcott would have wanted, this more egalitarian world." "Feminism is not about exclusion, but about lifting everyone and finding a better form of masculinity, as well as more freedom and opportunity for women," the writer-director added. This week the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative said 10.6 percent of the top 100 Hollywood movies of 2019 were directed by women, a 13-year high and more than twice the previous year's figure. Read more: 'The Best Director': Jamie Foxx extols Quentin Tarantino Gerwig, who first made her name as an actor and screenwriter, is one half of Hollywood's hottest couple at the moment. She had a son with her partner, fellow director and major awards season rival Noah Baumbach earlier this year. The pair, hailed as the "first couple of film" by the Hollywood Reporter, have worked on several movies together, including "Frances Ha". Baumbach's critically-acclaimed "Marriage Story" heads the Golden Globes race with six nominations, including for best film and one for him for best screenplay. The couple are also writing the script for live-action Barbie film together. It will have Australian Margot Robbie star playing the children's toy. Gerwig won the Golden Globe for best comedy in 2018 with "Lady Bird", set in her California hometown of Sacramento, which also starred Irish actress Ronan. "Little Women" is even more star-studded, with Meryl Streep, Timothee Chalamet and Laura Dern, who also has a memorable turn as a killer divorce lawyer in Baumbach's "Marriage Story".
  4. Former Arsenal midfielder and Czech national side playmaker Tomas Rosicky -- dubbed ?Little Mozart? for his vision and pinpoint passing -- ended his professional career on Wednesday after years of injuries often kept him off the pitch. Rosicky, 37, retired at Sparta Prague where he began his career before moving to Borussia Dortmund in 2001 and to Arsenal in 2006 where he played for a decade. He returned to Sparta in 2016 but only appeared 12 times due to injury. ?My body was telling me for a long time that it does not want (to do it) any more,? he told a news conference. ?I would probably have nothing to offer my team mates and Sparta.? The attacking midfielder, who made his international debut at age 19, started 105 games for the national team, making him the third most-capped player in the country?s history. Rosicky won a Bundesliga title with Dortmund and two FA Cups with Arsenal, for whom he appeared in 246 games and scored 28 goals. ?I lived through beautiful moments but unfortunately also terribly negative ones,? he added. ?Without even thinking about, I would immediately do it again.?
  5. Gary Blackburn, a 53-year-old tree surgeon from Lincolnshire, Britain, poses atop of a demilitarised Centurion tank he bought from the Swiss army at his British curiosities collection called "Little Britain" in Linz-Kretzhaus, south of Germany's former capital Bonn, Germany, August 24, 2017. Photo: Reuters File KRETZHAUS: An English tree surgeon has reacted to Brexit by transforming his German home into a quirky homage to Britain, complete with red telephone boxes and a life-size model of Queen Elizabeth. ?When Britain voted for Brexit I decided to make my own little Britain here in Germany,? 53-year-old Gary Blackburn told Reuters at his home in Kretzhaus, 30km (20 miles) south of Bonn. Blackburn, who moved to Germany 32 years ago, entertains a number of curious visitors at his ?Little Britain? exhibition, which he began assembling following Britain?s decision to leave the European Union in June last year and even features a lime green mini car from the ?Mr Bean? television series. However, not everyone is happy with Blackburn?s collection, with some of his neighbours complaining to their local government about the latest exhibit parked on his lawn. ?For me the tank is a sign of peace. I have decorated it with a lot of poppies and white doves. The poppies stand for freedom and peace in England and commemorate fallen and injured soldiers during the past two world wars,? he said. ?Two neighbours want it removed, but at the moment all is fine because the Interior Ministry recognized that the tank is demilitarized, stands on private property and is not visible from the streets.?
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