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Mandhana's 52 in vain as Australia win women's T20 seriesRediff.com10 Oct 2021
Chasing a challenging 150-run target, Mandhana smashed 52 off 49 balls and shared 57 runs with Jemimah Rodrigues (23 off 26) for the second wicket to set the platform before India lost four wickets in the span of 10 runs and succumbed easily.
PHOTOS: Australia tame India after batting flop to claim seriesRediff.com9 Oct 2021
Even though the score is below-par against Southern Stars, Vastrakar's clean hits at least gave them something to fight for.
We'll go all out to win Australia T20 series: HarmanpreetRediff.com6 Oct 2021
India's T20I captain Harmanpreet Kaur vowed to go all out against Australia in the three-match series, starting Thursday, saying the team needs to win it at all cost.
PICS: Mithali and Co all smiles after drawing pink-ball TestRediff.com4 Oct 2021
In the post-match press conference, Mithali Raj talked about the positives from two Tests that the team has played this year.
PIX: India dominate Australia in drawn women's D/N TestRediff.com3 Oct 2021
Indian women's team put up a highly commendable performance, dominating Australia for the better part in its maiden Day/Night Test, which ended in a draw primarily due to inclement weather during the first two days.
PIX: Indian eves keep their nose ahead on Day 3 vs AustraliaRediff.com2 Oct 2021
India dictated terms to mighty Australia who did everything they could to survive the difficult overs under lights and finish the third day of the rain-marred pink ball Test at 143 for four on Saturday.
'Punam earned lot of respect by choosing to walk'Rediff.com1 Oct 2021
India batter Smriti Mandhana lauded teammate Punam Raut's decision walk even before the on-field umpire's decision on Day 2 of the one-off day/night women's Test against Australia, in Gold Coast, on Friday.
PICS: India vs Aus women's Pink Ball Test, Day 2Rediff.com1 Oct 2021
IMAGES from Day 2 of the one-off Day-Night Pink Ball women's Test between Australia and India in Gold Coast on Friday.
How keeping a pink ball in kit bag helped Mandhana...Rediff.com30 Sep 2021
India opener Smriti Mandhana says during The Hundred she just ordered a pink kookaburra ball, just to keep it in her room, because she knew there is going to be a Test match.
PIX: Mandhana's career-best gives India Day 1 honoursRediff.com30 Sep 2021
Smriti Mandhana headlined a rain-hit opening day with a career-best 80 not out, which had elegance written all over it, as India finished on 132 for 1 in the one-off Day/Night women's Test against Australia, in Gold Coast, on Thursday.
India, Australia women renew Test rivalry after 15 yearsRediff.com29 Sep 2021
The Indian women's cricket team would now go through a trial by fire when it make its day-night Test debut against Australia in the one-off game, starting in Gold Coast on Thursday.
ICC ODI rankings: Mithali dethroned, Goswami risesRediff.com28 Sep 2021
The spotlight among the batters was on Beth Mooney. She rocketed up eight places to break into the top ten, sitting at No. 8, just below compatriot Meg Lanning by nine rating points.
Wanted to stand up as a senior, says match-winner JhulanRediff.com26 Sep 2021
Veteran India pace bowler Jhulan Goswami said she was glad to have stood up for the side after the narrow loss in the second ODI against Australia by being a major contributor to the consolation win in the third and final match at Mackay on Sunday.
PIX: India women end Australia's 26-ODI winning runRediff.com26 Sep 2021
India's young batters Yastika Bhatia and Shafali Verma dazzled at the top with contrasting half-centuries to power their team to a consolation two-wicket victory over Australia in the third women's ODI, which ended the home team's 26-match unbeaten streak in Mackay.
PIX: Aus women score thrilling last-ball win over IndiaRediff.com24 Sep 2021
Beth Mooney's brilliant unbeaten hundred gave Australia a five-wicket win over India -- their 26th on the trot -- in the second women's ODI, in Mackay, on Friday.
Indian women's team look for an improved performance against AustraliaRediff.com23 Sep 2021
Outplayed in every aspect of the game so far, the Indian women's cricket team desperately needs its top order to strike form and its bowlers to show some spark against an in-form Australia in the second ODI on Friday.
Australia women crush India for 25th consecutive ODI winRediff.com21 Sep 2021
Meg Lanning's ruthless Australia women's team registered their 25th consecutive victory in one-day internationals on Tuesday after crushing India by nine wickets in the series opener in Mackay.
Women's T20I rankings: Shafali retains top spotRediff.com7 Sep 2021
India's Deepti Sharma also moved up to no 6 while Poonam Yadav remained at eighth.
Aus women Jonassen, Schutt out of India seriesRediff.com18 Aug 2021
Top-order batter Georgia Redmayne and fast bowler Stella Campbell received their maiden call-ups.
Tunisian swimmer stuns superpowers; Australia set world recordRediff.com25 Jul 2021
Tunisia's Ahmed Hafnaoui pulled off a major shock on the opening day of the Tokyo Olympics swimming medal events with a stunning victory
Why women's Tests should be five-day contestsRediff.com6 Jul 2021
Australia captain Meg Lanning wants women's Tests to be made five-day contests, like it is for their male counterparts, to get more results and cited the recent rain-affected drawn game between India and England to call for the change.
India women to play maiden pink-ball Test in AustraliaRediff.com20 May 2021
Mithali Raj-led India will take on Meg Lanning's Australia at the WACA ground in Perth from September 30 in what will be only the second day-night Test in women's cricket.
Covid-hit India needs 5000 tonnes of medical oxygen a dayRediff.com20 Apr 2021
According to industry figures, the pre-Covid demand for liquid medical oxygen (LMO) before the pandemic was 700 tonnes per day across the country. Now, with the second wave, the demand has gone up more than seven times, reports Jyoti Mukul.
Australia women surpass men's team's ODI world recordRediff.com4 Apr 2021
Australia's women cricketers surpassed their male counterparts on Sunday to set a new world record for the most consecutive wins in One-Day Internationals with a six-wicket victory over New Zealand in Mount Maunganui.
Babar goes past Amla, Kohli to become fastest to 13 ODI tonsRediff.com3 Apr 2021
Babar has taken just 76 innings to score 13 tons while Amla, who until now was the fastest, had scored his 13th ODI hundred in 83 innings. Kohli had taken 86 innings to score 13 ODI hundreds.
ICC Rankings: Mandhana slips two places to 6thRediff.com2 Mar 2021
Among the all-rounders, Deepti Sharma retained her fourth spot with 359 points in the list headed by Ellyse Perry of Australia with 460 points.
Pollard, Warner among top draft picks for The HundredRediff.com23 Feb 2021
All teams now have one wild card pick each to fill their final slots in June.
Smith, Mooney bag top honours at Australian Cricket AwardsRediff.com6 Feb 2021
Smith's (28) ODI haul of 568 runs at 63.11 from 10 innings were enough to pip Finch (23) who scored 673 runs at 56.08 from 13 innings.
Australia not looking at Smith to lead the teamRediff.com22 Dec 2020
Eddings said CA has given vice-captaincy to various players over the years and will go by the selectors' recommendation when the time comes to pick a successor to Paine.
Kohli, Ashwin, Mithali in fray for ICC Player of the DecadeRediff.com24 Nov 2020
For ICC Women's Player of the Decade, Ellyse Perry (Australia), Meg Lanning (Australia), Suzie Bates (New Zealand), Stafanie Taylor (West Indies), Mithali Raj (India), Sarah Taylor (England) have been nominated.
A Suitable Boy reviewRediff.com23 Oct 2020
As splendid it is to behold, A Suitable Boy cannot match in soul and falls short of being memorable, feels Sukanya Verma.
Aus women share ODI record with Ponting's menRediff.com7 Oct 2020
The Australian women's cricket team matched the world record 21-game winning streak in one-day internationals set in 2003.
Aus women beat White Ferns to win first T20Rediff.com26 Sep 2020
It was the first cricket match Down Under in six months.
Lack of prep before ODI World Cup has Aus skipper worriedRediff.com23 Jul 2020
'It's something the ICC will have to weigh up in whether the tournament goes ahead. Will every team in the competition have the opportunity to prepare adequately for a World Cup? There are still a few teams that have to go through the qualifying process so I'm not sure how that will pan out.'
How tech alumni plan to raise 21,000 crore to fight COVID-19Rediff.com2 Jul 2020
Over 5 million alumni from the Indian Institutes of Technology, Mumbai University and Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai, plan to raise Rs 21,000 crore to start the world's largest infection testing lab in Mumbai.
Very important time to look after people: Meg LanningRediff.com30 Mar 2020
Lanning said their medical and coaching staff have been looking out for the Australian women's cricket team.
'Something special', Australia celebrate fifth T20 titleRediff.com9 Mar 2020
Australia team celebrated their fifth title and a record-breaking final at a ceremony in the centre of Melbourne on Monday.
Never lose hope: Tendulkar tells India women's teamRediff.com8 Mar 2020
India men's team captain Virat Kohli and the legendary Sachin Tendulkar on Sunday praised the national team's performance in the ICC Women's T20 World Cup, saying they will bounce back stronger from the defeat to Australia in the final. Unbeaten throughout the tournament, India were outplayed in all departments of the game by the defending champions, who clinched an unprecedented fifth world title in the shortest format with an 85-run win.
'We are on the right path, every year we are improving'Rediff.com8 Mar 2020
India skipper Harmanpreet Kaur said she has full faith in her team to do well in future even after Australia outclassed her side by 85 runs in the final of the ICC Women's T20 World Cup, in Melbourne, on Sunday. Unbeaten throughout the tournament, India were outplayed in all departments of the game by defending champions Australia, who clinched their fifth title.
What went wrong for India in Women's T20 World Cup finalRediff.com8 Mar 2020
Alyssa Healy and Beth Mooney struck the highest scores in ICC Women's T20 World Cup final history as record-breaking Australia secured a famous fifth title on home soil, in Melbourne, on Sunday. A record-breaking attendance for a women's cricket match of 86,174 watched on as Australia downed first-time finalists India by 85 runs at the MCG, with the openers setting the tone for a clinical performance.