The series defeat was the second straight T20I whitewash for India women since Raman took over as coach
India lose opening T20I by 41 runs after visitors put up dominant all-round performance
- WV Raman wants his players to 'work a lot on their skills'
- Pujara, Bumrah, Kuldeep, Maxwell and Lanning win ESPNcricinfo awards for 2018
- Mithali Raj calls for age-group World Cups to improve depth in women's game
- Kalpana picked for India squad after nearly three years for England ODIs
The two presented a rare sight of a pair of Indian quicks dictating terms to a champion side on a typical subcontinent surface
Smriti Mandhana and Mithali Raj played strong hands with the bat to take home side to a seven-wicket win
Sam Curran voted debutant of the year
India's ODI captain also felt that the time was ripe for a women's IPL, with the domestic game in better health than it had been previously
Jhulan Goswami, Lisa Sthalekar, Mel Jones and Tushar Arothe share their ideas
India women's 3-0 whitewash at the hands of New Zealand women in the T20Is exposed the chronic infirmity of their batting line-up
After Devine's dominance with both bat and ball, India needed four of the last ball, but Mithali Raj, playing her first game of the series, could only get one, despite a valiant rearguard
D Hemalatha, the batting allrounder who has scored only 18 runs and gone wicketless in New Zealand, was left out of the 15-member squad
Where last year's exercise was a one-off match, the board is mulling a three-match series this year, featuring a number of top Indian and international players
Suzie Bates and Amy Satterthwaite hit half-centuries to pull off slim chase and give the home side a consolation win
New Zealand concede Women's Championship series after going down by eight wickets in the second game
The young Indian batsman has risen through the ranks early and is now set to take her career to the next level
In each of the last two world tournaments, India have played a part in ending New Zealand's pursuit of a title. With the next tournament not too far away, can they set that right?
The three ODIs will be played on February 22, 25 and 28 while the three-T20I series is set to begin on March 4
The India women's ODI captain said she hasn't taken a call on her future, and is only focussed on the upcoming tour of New Zealand
'I don't want to take names but ego of one particular individual shouldn't be an impediment towards developing the women's game in the country'
Can he reunite Raj and Harmanpreet, the two limited-overs captains, who are at loggerheads? Can he juggle multiple roles in the absence of a bowling coach?
While Edulji wants Ramesh Powar to continue, Rai appoints ad-hoc committee to shortlist new coach
'Who plays in the XI is not our headache. And it should not be anybody's headache. It is a decision to be taken by the team management'
India, who left out Mithali Raj, collapsed from 89 for 2 to 112 all out, a total that proved inadequate even in unusually spin-friendly conditions
The increases in power and fitness in recent years mean it's no longer a niche sport, watched only by supporters of the women's game
India batsman Veda Krishnamurthy on her many nicknames, loving Bengaluru traffic, and wanting to be like Rafael Nadal
Top stories from around the world in our round up from March 21
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Schedule of upcoming international games