Placed in the platinum category, Harmanpreet was retained by the Renegades along with Hayley Matthews of the West Indies.
India Women were last seen in action during the ICC Women's T20 World Cup in South Africa, where they lost to Australia in the knockout stage by a narrow margin.
UP Warriorz coach Jon Lewis said that while his team would have been well-placed had they scored 175-180 runs, a score of 159 wasn't bad either.
Bangladesh will look to salvage some pride with a consolation victory prior to the ODI leg of the tour to be played on July 16. India are clear favourites to steamroll the hosts and win the series 3-0.
Yastika Bhatia and Harmanpreet Kaur power Mumbai Indians to 162 against Gujarat Titans.
Harmanpreet was supported by Nat Sciver-Brunt, who scored 45 off 31 balls, as the two batters forged a 106-run partnership to secure the victory in 17.3 overs.
Deepti's figures of 3-12 from her 4 overs duly earned her the Player of the Match award in a low-scoring contest.
Saika Ishaque, Isabelle Wong and Hayley Matthews — each with three wickets apiece — led Mumbai Indians’ charge with the ball to bundle out Delhi Capitals for a mere 105 in 18 overs.
India suffered an early blow losing Yastika Bhatia (17), but Shafali Verma looked like she would go the distance only to be dismissed for 33 in the 10th over.
If the bowlers, led by Deepti, put up a clinical show, Jemimah Rodrigues and skipper Harmanpreet Kaur produced an attacking batting display.
The 26-year-old beat Australia's Darcie Brown, England's Alice Capsey and compatriot Yastika Bhatia to take home the emerging player award.
Smriti Mandhana and captain Harmanpreet Kaur cracked fine unbeaten half-centuries as India defeated West Indies by 56 runs to keep their slate clean in the...
Voting for the award will begin in January, said the ICC in a release.
India opener Smriti Mandhana jumped two places in the ICC T20I rankings for women while she rose three slots in the 50-over format.
India women have played England women 23 time having won just six games. Get live streaming details of ENG-W vs IND-W.
Chasing 278 runs, Rachael Haynes and Alyssa Healy stitched 121 runs for the opening wicket to keep India out of the game.
Inconsistent batting has severely hit India in the ongoing ICC Women’s World Cup 2022. India have lost two out of four matches in the competition.
After posting 317/8, India dismissed West Indies for 162 runs in their third match of ICC Women's World Cup 2022. Catch highlights.
Chasing 261, India were all out for 198 despite Harmanpreet Kaur’s 71 against New Zealand on Thursday in Hamilton.
Smriti Mandhana was hit on the head by a Shabnim Ismail bouncer on Sunday. She was declared fit to play but retired hurt as a precautionary measure.