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It’s time the BCCI gives Women’s Cricket the respect it deserves

How do you look at India’s World Cup campaign? Has it ended with just a heart-breaking loss to England in the Final? Or has it potentially sparked a new beginning for Women’s Cricket in India? 1,084 more words


The Women's Cricket World Cup, and the insulting absence by the old farts at the MCC

This video is about the ICC Women’s World Cup Final 2017 and the miserable turnout by the old farts of the MCC who didn’t show up – a real insult to women cricketers


England beat India in ICC Women's World Cup: Women cricketers hit sixes too

The England women’s cricket team will be met by a sell-out crowd of 26,500 people as they walk through the Long Room and out onto the pitch at Lord’s for their World Cup final clash against India on July 23. 780 more words

Akshay Kumar apologises for waving the Indian flag upside down at Women's World Cup final

Akshay Kumar has deleted the controversial photo and issued an apology for violating the code of conduct for the tricolour.

Akshay Kumar found himself in the eye of a storm after he posted a picture of himself waving the Indian flag upside down. 155 more words


News from July 24,2017


1) Cycling

i)British cyclist Chris Froome of Team Sky claims his 4th Tour de France title,by defeating Rigoberto Urán of team Cannondale–Drapac,who finished second and Romain Bardet of team AG2R La Mondiale,who finished third.                                                                            249 more words

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Record Book – England v India at the Women's World Cup

  The final of the eleventh edition of the Women’s World Cup, between hosts England and a vibrant India, is underway at Lord’s, in what promises to be a riveting battle. 756 more words


Specials – When the Women's World Cup was last held in England

The Women’s World Cup, the final of which is being played at Lord’s today, returned to England after 24 long years. The 1993 tournament was the fifth edition and featured eight teams, then a new record. 842 more words