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'Women's Cricket In India Has Truly Arrived. Thank You Girls': Twitteratis Back Team India

From Prime Minister Narendra Modi to cricket maestro Sachin Tendulkar, famous public figures took to Twitter to back the Mithali Raj-led Team India for their fighting spirit in final.

'Women's Cricket In India Has Truly Arrived. Thank You Girls': Twitteratis Back Team India
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'Women's Cricket In India Has Truly Arrived. Thank You Girls': Twitteratis Back Team India
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2017-07-24T00:04:28+05:30

Despite India's heart-breaking defeat against the mighty English side by nine runs in the Women's World Cup Final at Lords on Sunday, cricket fraternity, Bollywood stars and politicians took to Twitter to congratulate the Mithali Raj-led Team India for their fighting spirit.

Here is how they reacted:

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