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India to host 2013 World Cup of Women

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The 2013 women’s World Cup will be held in India, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said at its annual meeting here.

India was one of the 19 hosts approved by the ICC’s board of directors for the ICC-owned tournaments from the year 2007 to 2015, the game’s world body announced here. India, along with Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, will host the men’s World Cup in 2011.

2007-2015 calendar:

2007: Twenty20 World Cup in South Africa; 2008: Champions Trophy in Pakistan, Under-19 World Cup in Malaysia; 2009: Twenty20 World Cup in England, women’s World Cup in Australia, and ICC Trophy in the United Arab Emirates; 2010: Champions Trophy in the West Indies, Under-19 World Cup in Kenya, and World Cricket League Division One in the Netherlands; 2011: Men’s World Cup in Pakistan, Sri Lanka, India and Bangladesh; 2012: Champions Trophy or Twenty20 World Cup in Sri Lanka, and Under-19 World Cup in Canada; 2013: Champions Trophy or Twenty20 World Cup (venue to be decided), women’s World Cup in India, and ICC Trophy in Scotland; 2014: Champions Trophy or Twenty20 World Cup in Bangladesh, Under-19 World Cup in United Arab Emirates, and World Cricket League Division One (venue to be decided); 2015: Men’s World Cup in Australia/New Zealand.
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