Since the sacking of Ramesh Powar in December last year, the women's cricket team has been without a head coach.
Indian women's cricket team skipper Harmanpreet Kaur on Thursday denied any fallout with Ramesh Powar who has been sacked as the head coach with less than two months to go for the T20 World Cup
Ramesh Powar was appointed for his second stint in May 2021 and the Indian team didn't have too many noteworthy performances under his tutelage save the silver at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Ahead of the Commonwealth Games, India women's cricket team coach Ramesh Powar said that he is looking forward to meeting Neeraj Chopra and PV Sindhu
Ahead of India Women's tour of Sri Lanka, coach Ramesh Powar said the team is working on fielding, fitness, and taking players to the next level.
ICC Women's World Cup: After India's defeat to New Zealand, coach Ramesh Powar asked his senior players to bat with more intent in the upcoming games.
The Indian women's team has lost all the four matches so far in its ongoing tour of New Zealand but coach Ramesh Powar is "not concerned at all" as he attributed the poor performance to lack of game time due to COVID-19 and quarantine-related issues
"Lots of things have been discussed, in bowling, we are trying to assess how we can pick wickets in middle overs," said Ramesh Powar during the post-match virtual press conference.
Mithali Raj and Ramesh Powar spoke about the Indian women's cricket team's preparation for the upcoming Australia Tour and also the ODI World Cup.
Ramesh Powar feels that the Indian women's cricket team needs an ideological shift, but it also can't happen overnight.