India women vs South Africa women: Diana Edulji says selectors should've included Shafali Verma in ODI squad
Edulji said the 17-year-old forms the best opening pair in the country alongside Smriti Mandhana and her not getting a chance in the ODI format was surprising to say the least.
The Senior Women’s One-day Tournament will be held across six venues — Surat, Rajkot, Jaipur, Indore, Chennai and Bengaluru.
The BCCI has been working on starting the women's IPL but is currently content with organising a women's T20 challenge alongside the men's league.
Shabaash Mithu first look: Taapsee Pannu is ready to take the strike as Mithali Raj in upcoming sports biopic
Shabaash Mithu is directed by Rahul Dholakia (of Parzania, Raees-fame), and written by Priya Aven, and is backed by Viacom18 Studios.
Taapsee Pannu shares the news of playing Mithali Raj in her biopic, Shabaash Mithu, on the occasion of the cricketer's birthday.
Besides Australia and England, India and South Africa are the two cricket playing nations to have played women's Test matches in the last decade.
Mithali Raj, Harmanpreet Kaur to continue as ODI and T20 captains; Veda Krishnamurthy dropped for New Zealand tour
The upcoming New Zealand tour will be the India's first assignment after its controversial exit from the World T20 last month when it lost to England in the semi-finals.
WV Raman appointed women's coach: Wrong reasons lead to right process, but team must avoid superstar culture
Ramesh Powar, the third coach in the last 20 months to lose their job due to disagreements with senior players. What will become of WV Raman, the latest to be appointed?
Women's World T20 2018: Harmanpreet Kaur credits coach Ramesh Powar for India's impressive performance
Harmanpreet Kaur-led India will meet England in the semi-finals of Women's World T20 2018 in the early hours of Friday morning
Women's World T20 2018: With experience of T20 leagues, explosive opener Smriti Mandhana could prove to be India's game changer
Much like Viart Kohli has raised the standards of the men's team and brought more fans to the games, Smriti Mandhana too has the opportunity to shape the way the country sees women's cricket.
Women's World T20 2018: Experience and calmness make India's go-to bowler Ekta Bisht key to their performance at event
Advice, encouragement and plans aside, Ekta Bisht's calmness, and ability to keep people around her relaxed will be key to how India progress through the tournament.
Women's World T20 2018: In Taniya Bhatia, Indian team has a combination of power-hitter and pure grafter
The stage is set for Taniya Bhatia to prove they have, and my guess is that she will do it with a bit of flair, and that old twinkle in her eye.
Women's World T20 2018: After fulfilling mother's dream, Dayalan Hemalatha aims to make her mark at international level
Still young in her international career — having played only 3 ODIs, and yet to make her T20I debut — Dayalan Hemalatha will face her first major challenge in the Windies.
India women's cricket team was forced to move its T20 camp from the Wankhede Stadium to the Brabourne Stadium after MCA didn't allow them to train at the former stadium.
Tanwar may or may not play for India again. But the norms of what the next generation can and cannot do are changing because of her and the likes of her.
India fast bowler Jhulan Goswami, who was felicitated with a special award by the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) on Tuesday following India's exploits in the ICC Women's World Cup, said at one point during the tournament she wanted to be dropped from the starting XI owing to her poor show.
The Telangana government on Saturday announced a cash prize of Rs 1 crore and a house plot to captain of Indian women's cricket team Mithali Raj.
Railway minister Suresh Prabhu announces Rs 13 lakh award for Indian women cricketers employed with department
Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu today announced a cash award of Rs 13 lakh for each of the 10 women's cricketers employed with his department for their inspiring show at the World Cup.
Indian captain Mithali Raj picks teammates Harmanpreet Kaur, Smriti Mandhana, Deepti Sharma as successors
Indian women's cricket team skipper Mithali Raj on Thursday picked her deputy Harmanpreet Kaur and youngsters Smriti Mandhana and Deepti Sharma to succeed her when she decides to quit the game.
It is very rare to come across spin bowling variations in women's cricket, but all-rounder Deepti Sharma, fresh from her brilliant performance in the just concluded ICC Women's World Cup, is now focussed on developing a 'carrom' ball, mostly used by the likes of Ravichandran Ashwin and Sri Lanka's Ajantha Mendis.