Karuna Jain represents India in both Tests and one-day internationals. She is a wicket-keeper and a right-handed batswomen, and is among the brightest stars in Indian cricket. In a freewheeling conversation with Taruka Srivastava, Karuna spoke about the state of women’s cricket and her career:
Jhulan Goswami is, without a doubt, one of the finest women cricketers in the world. With an ICC Women’s Player of the Year award, Padma Shri and Arjuna Award under her belt, she has made sure that her name goes down in the history books. In a conversation with Taruka Srivastava, Jhulan spoke about the state of women’s cricket and her opinion about the IPL.
So what if RCB didn't make it to the finals?! Once a RCB Fan, always RCB Fan. I have put together a poem for team RCB! Come next season and the cup will be ours.
I remember being fascinated by Isa Guha ever since I first saw her on TV. Intelligent, knowledgeable and beautiful she was everything a cricket presenter should be. I have been following Isa on Twitter as well (@isaguha) and found her to be particularly insightful; I was thrilled at the opportunity to interview someone I admire so much.
Since its inception, the IPL has become one of the most popular cricketing events in the world. Apart from the fact that the tournament showcases the best cricketing talent from all parts of the world in a common pool, IPL’s popularity also stems from the way it is marketed and promoted across all possible media channels.