"Plum jobs, training, facilities and allowances are the way it is today for the men's team because the team back then beat tremendous odds to lift the World Cup, instilling our faith in the possibilities of this game.
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Police argued that the women weren't minor, but the court observed consent under influence wasn't valid. Shifu Sanskriti's Facebook page allegedly contains provocative posts. Kulkarni would then call up people, especially girls aged 18-25, and inform them about the "cult".
Picture this: An eight-year-old girl plays gully cricket.
And it's her innings that India counted upon in its chase against England in the Women's World Cup finals recently. Had it not been for her father Ganesh, the Indian team would have been one star short.
"It's in Poonam's genes because even I was passionate about the game," says Ganesh, adding, "It would've been easier to just ignore her drive at that tender age, but I didn't want to hear my daughter tell me some day, 'Baba, I could've played for Team India, but you just chose another future for me.' Talent aur passion ka koi ling (gender) nahi hota." Poonam is lucky that she has a supportive father.
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A Thane student who expected to score 85% in the Class 10 SSC exam, but scored 65%, hanged herself at her home on Tuesday evening.
The police found a suicide note in which the girl explained why she decided to commit suicide.
While the number of girls enrolling for cricket training is comparatively lesser than boys even now, it has increased considerably in recent times.
Earlier, parents couldn't see a future in the game for their girls, the system didn't provide equal facilities to both sexes and it lacked job prospects. In 2017, however, women's cricket is poised for change with Team India's performance at the recently-concluded World Cup.
When the SSC results were declared on Tuesday, Komal Sanjay Pandekar, 16, found she had scored 65%.