ICC WOMEN'S WORLD T20: HARMANPREET KAUR'S RECORD CENTURY HEADLINES INDIA'S BIG WIN OVER NEW ZEALAND IN TOURNAMENT OPENER

Harmanpreet Kaur smashed 103 off 51 balls and her carnage included eight sixes, some of them towering, and seven boundaries.

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Kaur: Kaur in Sikhism is a mandatory last name for all baptized female Sikhs. However, it is often used as a middle name. Apart from Sikhs, it is also used as a surname by Hindu Jat and Rajput women.