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Jemimah Rodrigues interview: India's young gun on battling stereotypes, dealing with expectations and more
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Jemimah Rodrigues interview: India's young gun on battling stereotypes, dealing with expectations and more

India's batting sensation Jemimah Rodriguez opens up about fighting gender stereotypes, her journey in India colours so far, and meeting Sachin Tendulkar.

Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2019 to take place before IPL player auction as BCCI unveils revamped domestic schedule
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Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2019 to take place before IPL player auction as BCCI unveils revamped domestic schedule

India's national T20 tournament will be held before the Indian Premier League (IPL) players' auction in a slight revamp of the BCCI's mega domestic season comprising 2,036 matches.

Smriti Mandhana says 'fearlessness' needed to bridge huge gulf between Indian women's domestic and international cricket
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Smriti Mandhana says 'fearlessness' needed to bridge huge gulf between Indian women's domestic and international cricket

The Indian women's cricket team's stand-in T20 skipper Smriti Mandhana feels fearless batters have to step up in the domestic circuit for the side to improve at the international level and described the current gulf in quality as "huge".

World Cup's staggering TV ratings a lesson for BCCI to give women's cricket in India its due limelight
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World Cup's staggering TV ratings a lesson for BCCI to give women's cricket in India its due limelight

The BCCI must push broadcasters to include more female cricket in their packages, after the resounding success of the ICC Women's World Cup 2017.

Permission to play in foreign leagues big step for Indian women cricketers
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Permission to play in foreign leagues big step for Indian women cricketers

Former member of the Indian women's team Snehal Pradhan discusses BCCI's latest amendments, and why the female players have a bright future ahead.