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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

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

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 oldest, and more in Part 2 of our statistical analysis

Women’s World Cup 2009 – “Beating Australia twice, best memory”

Rumeli Dhar, the feisty allrounder, relives the harmony within the bowling unit, and journey to the third place

Women’s World Cup 2005 – “Karen Rolton did a Ricky Ponting on us”

Nooshin Al Khadeer on India’s best finish at the global tournament so far, helped by a strong core and the Mithali-Anjum combine

Women’s World Cup 2000 – “We lacked preparation and planning”

Purnima Rau, coach of the Indian team till recently, recalls the stories around her third World Cup appearance, after which she quit the game

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