Harmanpreet Kaur

Keeping pressure at bay, key to success: Amita

Keeping pressure at bay, key to success: Amita

Veteran of three Women’s World Cups says India must continue to follow the template that has brought them success in recent times read more

Women’s World Cup 2013 – “Lack of familiarity with rules hurt us”

Gouher Sultana, the left-arm spinner, reflects on a campaign gone awry, and her own personal disappointments read more

Women’s World Cup stats: Hockley, Clark, Edwards write history

Top score of 229 not out, Mithali Raj on the verge of a record, the youngest, the read more

Kaur snapped up by Surrey Stars

Women’s T20I skipper becomes first Indian in feature in England’s domestic 20-over Super League read more

Team wanted change, says Edulji even as Rau lashes out

Raj, Goswami and Kaur wanted a male coach – CoA member explains reason for appointing Tushar Arothe just two months before World Cup

Sarah Taylor to return after year’s layoff at KSL

Villani, Beams and Jonassen take Aussie representation to six in women’s T20 tournament starting in England on August 10

One evening, a million memories

BCCI awards night, Warner’s farewell instagram post, Parthiv’s birthday and more that is trending

Kohli v Smith – who’s lying?

Board battles reign supreme, cricketers celebrate International Women's Day, a Ross Taylor and Harmanpreet Kaur get older, and more

Functioning like a well-oiled machine, Indian Women on the right track

While a few kinks still need to be ironed out, there is plenty of reason for optimism heading into the World Cup

Women’s World Cup Qualifiers: Five things to think about

Fresh thinking needed to bring smaller teams at par with the bigger ones, designing pitches going forward, and more

“BBL experience helped”

Harmanpreet Kaur: We didn’t have Mithali, Jhulan or Smriti, but we have a good bunch that came good

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