Former India opener, W. V. Raman has been appointed the new coach of the Indian women's cricket team. 

The BCCI said in a statement in Mumbai yesterday that the selection of 53-year-old Raman was based on recommendations of the ad-hoc committee comprising Mr Kapil Dev, Mr Anshuman Gaekwad and Ms Shantha Rangaswamy. 

He was among 28 candidates to bag the high-profile job. Raman's first assignment is the tour of New Zealand beginning next month.

Raman is a vastly-experienced coach having been in charge of Tamil Nadu and India Under-19 teams in the past. Raman has represented India in 11 Tests and 27 ODIs.

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