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The Fire Burns Blue: A History of Women's Cricket in India by [Sidhanta Patnaik, Karunya Keshav]

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Karunya Keshav has reported on cricket for Wisden and ICC. When she isn't writing about sport, she's writing about books, culture and current affairs. She calls Bangalore home.

Sidhanta Patnaik has extensively reported on men's and women's cricket, including six ICC tournaments. In an earlier life he was a cricket umpire and experiential marketer. He lives with his family in Bangalore.

Karunya and Sidhanta were among only three Indian journalists at the Lord's press box for the 2017 World Cup final.


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