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Women's Cricket World Cup 2022: Heartbreak at Hagley — India exit after a campaign of missed chances
Women's Cricket World Cup: The close matches and India's ability to give the best teams a run for their money highlights what the team is capable of doing but the inconsistency in seizing the big moments and getting past the finish line also shows how far they have to go.
Women's Cricket World Cup 2022: We take a look at how India have performed so far in the tournament, and all that they need to do to qualify for the semi-finals.
Women's Cricket World Cup 2022: India coach Ramesh Powar urges senior players to take more responsibility
Ramesh Powar said that he was surprised with how India batted in the first 20 overs in the match against New Zealand.
Women's Cricket World Cup 2022: The good work of India bowlers in the death overs was undone by risk-averse Indian batters as Mithali Raj and Co suffered first defeat in the World Cup.
India enter the Women's World Cup 2022 with a solid batting unit but they are not so well placed in the other departments. However, if the previous two World Cups are any indication, India are good at defying the odds.
Women's Cricket World Cup: Mithali Raj has plundered runs for fun, has etched her name into cricketing folklore countless times and has been the torch-bearer for the Indian women’s cricket team.
Women's Cricket World Cup 2022: On a mission to lift women's game, Jhulan Goswami takes another crack at World Cup trophy
Women's Cricket World Cup: Jhulan Goswami's vision involves the women in India and making sport a viable career choice for them, one that their family and friends approve of.
Women's World Cup 2022: Harmanpreet Kaur, Rajeshwari Gayakwad guide India to win over South Africa in warm-up game
India will face arch-rivals Pakistan in their World Cup campaign opener on 6 March.
At the ODI World Cup, Renuka Singh would be looking to fulfill the dreams of her father, who wanted his kids to take up sport and do the country proud.
Women's World Cup 2022: Definitely know my playing composition for first couple of games, says India's Mithali Raj
India captain Mithali Raj said that a team needs to have a mix of experience and youth to do well in tournaments.
Women's World Cup 2022: Taniya Bhatia aims to set things right two years after T20 World Cup final disappointment
Taniya Bhatia has seen how cricket can be a cruel game but she has also witnessed how it can be the ideal platform to showcase your mettle.
A brilliant overall package, the future is Richa Hosh's to conquer, but the immediate need of the team is for her to have a terrific ODI World Cup.
The Indian selectors have virtually backed no new bowler barring Meghna Singh since 2021.
India had earlier lost the one-off T20I by 18 runs in their tour opener on 9 February.
India vs New Zealand: Mithali Raj and Co aim to sort combination in ODI series with World Cup in focus
In the one-off T20I, batting let India down and Mithali Raj has her task cut out.
The second ODI, which was slated to be played on February 14, has also been pushed a day back and is now scheduled for February 15, while the third ODI is now slated for February 18, rather than February 16.
Mithali Raj said that the focus of her team will be on playing according to the situation.
Jhulan Goswami reckons that the ODI series in New Zealand will help the team plug the gaps and get used to the windy conditions.
India's squad for ODI World Cup includes eyebrow-raising decisions but BCCI didn't find it important enough to hold a press conference for selectors to explain the decisions.
From Harmanpreet Kaur to Smriti Mandhana, top Indian women cricketers at different points of the time have urged the BCCI to launch a women's Indian Premier League.