Women's cricket will be a part of the Commonwealth Games for the first time ever when the 2022 edition gets underway in Birmingham from July 28 to August 8.
She aims to rechristen Prime Minister Narendra Modi's flagship 'Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao' programme by incorporating 'Beti Khilao' in it to promote sports among women in villages
The bid to the Commonwealth Games Federation proposes an eight team T20 event played in two pools of four teams and totalling 16 matches in eight days held at two venues.
The Indian Olympic Association will next approach the government for the necessary clearances to host the multi-sport event. The country hosted the 2010 edition in the national capital
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This is India's first ever gold at the multi-sport event.
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The 35-year-old five-time world champion and Olympic bronze-medallist was competing in her debut Commonwealh Games
The 37-year-old Rajput shot 454.5 to bag the top prize after topping the qualification stage with 1180 points
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Shreyasi shot 96 in the finals and beat Australia's Emma Cox 2 shots to 1 in the shoot-off at Belmont Shooting Centre.
Host nation Australia's Daniel Repacholi bagged the gold medal in the event with a Games record 227.2
In a 10-man final, Chaudhary finished with a combined effort of 181 kg
Manika Batra-led Indian women's team took the nation to a historic triumph over Singapore yesterday.
World Championship silver medallist Rai shot 235.1 to comfortably finish top of the podium.
The 22-year-old from Varanasi lifted 100 kg in snatch and 122 kg in the clean and jerk category to finish with a total of 222 kg to make the country proud.
"She always has the passion to achieve big. She never put herself under pressure "