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Everything is happening because he wants it that way.It’s a religious connection" PTI Over the new year Cricket Australia launched its long awaited Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) to an overwhelming response It surpassed all expectations both on and off the field Record crowds televised matches with high viewership and exciting encounters on the field were a big boost to women’s cricket world wide Hot on the heels of Cricket Australia’s ground breaking move the England and Wales Cricket Board is gearing up to hold its own elite domestic competition for women the Kia Super League Scheduled to take off in June the competition will condense the talent in England spread across three existing divisions into six teams Another chance missed for the Women in Blue AP The competition will feature six franchise based teams featuring all 18 centrally contracted England players evenly distributed so as to ensure an evenly balanced competition as well as up to three overseas players per team The league will be played only in the T20 format this year with plans to extend it to the fifty over format as well next year Three overseas players per team but unfortunately for Indian fans no Indian female players feature in the list Just as none featured in the WBBL down under The non participation of Indian stars in the WBBL was put down to the dates overlapping with the domestic season and an international series against Australia soon after It was hoped that with no domestic or international matches overlapping with the KSL Indian players would be allowed to appear It would have been an ideal opportunity to gain valuable experience of playing English players in their own conditions especially considering that the ICC Women’s World Cup will be played in England around the same time next year India are currently ranked in fifth in the ICC women’s championship table The top four teams will earn direct qualification to the World cup while the bottom four will get a second chance at qualifying by playing in a 10 team qualifying event in 2017 Unlike the WBBL whose franchises made offers to overseas players they were keen to bring on board overseas players for the KSL were ‘invited’ to apply for the 18 slots According to ECB officials the board initially made contact with overseas boards and players were then invited to apply However a senior BCCI official told Firstpost that they had not received any such communication from the ECB and that they could only consider allowing Indian players after they did This apparent miscommunication might just rob the Indian players of yet another chance to play in an international league while players from other countries will gain even more valuable experience in playing against the best in different conditions It is pertinent to note the influence of the WBBL in the West Indies women’s successful World T20 campaign Having spoken to some of the members of the Indian team over the last few months the improvements seen in other teams due to these domestic T20 leagues was a recurring theme in our conversations Case in point: The West Indies women who upset Australia in the recent World T20 final had four players participating in the WBBL "Coming from playing in Australia it helped me to already know a lot of the bowlers a lot better (and) what they’re coming at me with" said the 18-year-old Hayley Matthews who was player of the match in the final Matthews scored 66 off 45 balls to help the West Indies to victory against the three time champions the Southern Stars West Indies skipper Stafanie Taylor was an instrumental member of the Sydney Thunder squad that won the inaugural WBBL No doubt the experience of playing in a number of high pressure matches some of which were televised came in handy in the World T20 where she finished the top run getter and played a captain’s innings in the final (59 off 57) The fact that no Indian players have featured in these two leagues threatens to send a wrong message to other countries that the BCCI is not interested in sending its players to foreign leagues It is pertinent to add that the BCCI does not allow any of its men’s players to play in foreign T20 domestic leagues either While no official justification has ever been given it is presumed that the BCCI seeks to reserve Indian talent for the IPL But the women don’t have an IPL do they With no glitzy domestic league to reserve its female players for though there was hope in the women’s cricket community that Indian players would feature in foreign leagues This BCCI administration has made a number of positive steps as far as women’s cricket is concerned The introduction of central contracts an Under-23 tournament and plans to conduct an Under-16 tournament as well However if the BCCI does not follow this up with some progressive decisions we might well see more instances of an Indian women failing to make the semi-finals in world tournaments India in previous ICC events: 2010 WWT20: Lost in the semi final 2012 WWT20: Exit in first round Failed to make semi final 2013 Women’s World Cup: Exit in first round Failed to make super six 2014 WWT20: Exit in first round Failed to make semi final 2016 WWT20: Exit in first round Failed to make semi final Monaco:World champion Lewis Hamilton ended his six-months wait for a win on Sunday when he secured an unexpected and skilful victory for Mercedes in an incident-filled Monaco Grand Prix Taking full advantage of a bungled pit stop for his nearest rival Australian Daniel Ricciardo of Red Bull Hamilton drove supremely in mixed conditions to seize his first triumph in nine races since clinching his third title at the 2015 United States Grand Prix last October Ricciardo who started from his maiden pole position led until he pitted for slick tyres – that were not ready for him — after 32 laps and finally came home second 72 seconds behind the three-time champion Lewis Hamilton celebrates after winning the Monaco Grand Prix AP It was Hamilton’s second win on the famous Mediterranean street circuit his first this season and the 44th of his career It also repeated his 2008 triumph when he started third and won in wet conditions Mexican Sergio Perez finished third 65 seconds behind a disconsolate Ricciardo but ahead of four-time champion Sebastian Vettel of Germany (Ferrari) and two-time champion Fernando Alonso of Spain who finished a superb fifth for McLaren on the 50th anniversary of their Formula One debut race in 1966 Hamilton’s win kept alive his title defence and with Rosberg off the podium trimmed the leader’s advantage to 24 points less than a single victory in the title race "Thank God that today went as I’d hoped" said Hamilton who sopped to give Justin Bieber a swig of his champagne in the podium celebrations "A big thank you to the team I’m kind of lost for words I prayed for a day like this and it came through so I feel blessed That was the longest run after I stopped for those tyres" A furious Ricciardo struggled to control his feelings and his language "I don’t even want to comment on the race" he said "Two weekends in a row now I’ve been screwed It sucks It hurts" On a grim afternoon of torrential rain in the Principality the race started — for the first time — behind a Safety Car with the entire field running on full-wet tyres This negated any advantage that Ricciardo could have gained by Red Bull’s choice of ‘super-soft’ tyres for final qualifying on Saturday Finally on lap seven the Safety Car came in and the contest began in earnest Almost immediately Kevin Magnussen pitted for intermediate tyres and his Renault team-mate Briton Jolyon Palmer wrecked the front of his car on his way down the straight as he lost grip on a pedestrian crossing and slid into the barriers at Ste Devote A Virtual Safety Car (VSC) was deployed until lap 11 when racing resumed and Kimi Raikkonen promptly crashed his Ferrari at Loews almost collecting Romain Grosjean with him On lap 16 Hamilton finally passed Rosberg on the run uphill from Ste Devote – the German appearing to succumb to team orders – and swiftly began his pursuit of Ricciardo The pair traded fastest laps but the Englishman who won in the Monegasque rain in 2008 had 13 seconds to make up After 20 laps Ricciardo was 128 seconds ahead Rosberg pitted for ‘intermediates’ and dropped to fifth Ricciardo pitted – in 36 seconds – after 23 laps handing the lead to Hamilton who unexpectedly stayed out This meant the defending champion was the only driver in the top 12 on wet tyres as the sun broke through Planning a switch to slicks Hamilton resisted Ricciardo’s attacks as the circuit dried and he extended his lead over Rosberg in third Hamilton finally pitted after 31 laps for a set of ‘ultra-softs’ followed by Rosberg and Vettel the Ferrari man advancing by emerging first Ricciardo stayed out for a lap before following suit to find his crew running around for a set of ‘super soft’ tyres As he rejoined Hamilton swept into the lead The Australian was more confident than Hamilton on his slick tyres at that stage before another VSC period when after Magnussen hit the barriers at Mirabeau Max Verstappen crashed heavily at Massenet On resumption Ricciardo attacked and failed to pass Hamilton who ‘closed the door’ at Tabac His hand gestures – and some profanities – confirmed his frustration and anger A stewards inquiry resulted in ‘no further action’ as the pair diced for the lead before another VSC pause when the squabbling Saubers ignoring team orders collided at Rascasse Having led only one lap this year prior to the Monaco race Hamilton revelled in demonstrating his mastery at the front defending his position with aplomb to Ricciardo’s frustration replacing current host Aditya Narayan. 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In India, Police sources said this attitude of the victim emboldened the accused, “We’ve got a lot more quality than what we showed against Watford and it’s about going out and proving that now. Police put out an alert for the trio after obtaining CCTV footage from a hotel in Ranchi.have been acquitted and Pandya?has turned a tool for others. The two-match series is going to be the first of what will develop into an annual event in the USA as part of efforts to reach out to new markets and audiences. within 15 days.” the Frenchman said. That is not very fair but it is what it is.

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the Jamtha pitch, a group of youngsters hit the news after facing a near-death experience while clicking a selfie at the edge of a high cliff in the Sahyadris.

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