"Ten women from the Indian cricket team were from the Railways".
"This is a first of its kind for all of us; it's overwhelming to receive such a reception", said the Indian captain, who was part of the team that had made the World Cup final in 2005 too. "I still feel that I have 2-3 years to serve the team and for this country".
It has been learnt that Committee of Administrators chief Vinod Rai wants a committee to be formed that will look into the pay hike and central contracts of the women cricketers. I think Fatima Sana Shaikh or Taapsee Pannu are ideal to play her role. With a biopic, people will start knowing her. "From Rio Olympics to Paralympics and in games like hockey, wrestling, badminton, and now the splendid performance in the Women's World Cup, Indian women are leading the way in the global sporting arena".
Prabhu spoke at an event to felicitate the players at the Rail Bhavan which was also attended by Railway Board Chairman A.K. Mital. "Now is the time to start some type of league and involve domestic players", said Mithali Raj.
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'I really hope this appreciation that all the girls are getting continues because they deserve it, ' says Mirza.
After Indian Women's Cricket Team's remarkable journey in the recently concluded ICC Women's World Cup 2017 in England, they have been welcomed back in India with much fanfare.
"In our men's cricket team, there is no one from railways, but our women have created their own team". Praising the railways for their support, Raj said that it was the only institution that supported women cricketers. "For a number of years, she has been the leading light of the Indian women's cricket", he said in a report by The Times of India.
Asked about any criticism that the side may have faced about the manner in which things happened, Mithali was dismissive.