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7 women support referees to officiate at Under-17 World Cup
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7 women support referees to officiate at Under-17 World Cup

The Under-17 football World Cup will take place in Goa, Guwahati, Kochi, Kolkata, Navi Mumbai and New Delhi between October 6 and 28. In a historic first for international football, seven women officials have been picked as support referees for the FIFA Under-17 World Cup in India, which kicks off on October 6. "...for the first-ever time, FIFA has selected female referees for a men's tournament. The results and improvements seen in the joint preparations have shown that the time has come for ... Rediff.com, 3 hours ago

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Women's World Cup: Players showed great aptitude while fielding, says coach Biju George

If there's one man who deserves credit for the improvement in fielding standards of Indian women’s cricket team that finished runners-up in the ICC Women’s World Cup last month, it is Biju George. The 51-year-old George, who works with the Sports ...
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180 million people watched ICC Women's World Cup

An estimated 180 million people from across the world watched the recently-concluded ICC Women's World Cup in which the Indian team, led by Mithali Raj, ended runners-up after losing to England.
 DNA1 week ago 180 mn people watched ICC Women's World Cup, 156 mn viewed it in India  Business Standard1 week ago Businessmen gifts Mithali Raj a Mercedes  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Mithali Raj gifted BMW by V Chamundeswaranath for stellar performance in Women's World Cup  DNA2 weeks ago
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PM Modi congratulates Indian team for 'remarkable tenacity' throughout ICC Women's World Cup

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has congratulated the Indian Women Cricket team for the tenacity and skill shown throughout the ICC Women's World Cup.
 DNA3 weeks ago PHOTOS: PM Modi interacts with women's cricket team  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Need for policy to promote women sportspersons  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Women's World Cup: Check out PM Modi's personalised greetings for Mithali Raj and her team  DNA3 weeks ago
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'You may not have won the final but you've won 1.25 billion Indian hearts'

Don't feel burdened by World Cup defeat: PM to Women's cricket team IMAGE: The Indian women's team have been felicitated through the week since their return from the World Cup on Wednesday. Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his monthly radio show, has advised the Indian women's cricket team not to feel burdened by the World Cup final defeat since they had backing of the nation. India ended runner-up at the prestigious ICC event after losing the final ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago 'Indian women's cricketers will inspire millions of young women to take up sports'  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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'The nine runs regret will remain forever'

Jhulan gets promotion after World Cup super show IMAGE: India's veteran pacer Jhulan Goswami is not sure if she will play the next World Cup. Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com Fast bowler Jhulan Goswami was on Friday promoted by her employers, Air India following the Indian women cricket team's impressive runner-up finish in the ICC World Cup. "The Air India CMD had called me in Delhi and I was offered the promotion from (Deputy Manager)," Goswami told PTI after her arrival in ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Women's World Cup | Jhulan ne Jhula dala: Virender Sehwag hails Jhulan Goswami's outstanding spell  DNA3 weeks ago
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Ekta's magic help India thrash Pakistan in Women's World Cup

Spinner Ekta Bisht wreaked havoc as India thrashed arch-rival Pakistan by 95 runs in their ICC Women's World Cup encounter at Derby here on Sunday.Defending a lowly target of 170 runs, the Indian eves were spectacular with the ball as they didn't allow their ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Women's World Cup: Ekta Bisht's fifer helps India thrash Pakistan in low-scoring game  DNA1 month ago Ind vs Pak, Women's World Cup: Ekta's magic help India thrash Pakistan  catchnews.com1 month ago
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5 tough lessons we learnt from the women's cricket team

When the World Cup began, no one gave them a chance.But the nail-biting final will go down in the record books and so will our girls.Hopefully, now no one ever will quiz Mithali Raj about her favourite male cricketer, says Laxmi Negi. For years, women cricketers were neglected. They were ignored while their male counterparts were worshipped. But a lot has changed in the last month. The Indian women's cricket team took centrestage in the World Cup, and in the national consciousness. Smriti ...
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Time to launch women's IPL?

'Women's cricket just had a huge boost with the way our team performed in the World Cup.''Why not take advantage and lay the groundwork to launch a women's IPL?'Urvi Malvania reports. IMAGE: Fast bowler Shikha Pandey, right, and wicket-keeper Sushma Verma celebrate Australian Beth Mooney's wicket during the ICC World Cup semi-final. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images The impressive performance of the Indian women's national cricket team at the World Cup has started discussions in many ...
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Mithali expects equal respect, financial gains post World Cup show

IMAGE: The Indian Women's cricket team at a photo op after being hosted to dinner by the Indian High Commission to the UK, on Monday. Photograph: Mithali Raj/Twitter India captain Mithali Raj reckons that reaching the World Cup final is a game-changer for women's cricket and their success would translate into respect which their male counterparts enjoy apart from huge financial gains. "We have done exceptionally well and I am sure it is different phase for women’s cricket back in ...
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