Jalandhar: India clinched the women's Kabaddi World Cup championship for the third time in a row, conquering debutant New Zealand 49-21 in the summit clang played at Guru Gobind Singh sports complex in Jalandhar on Thursday.
The Indian eves led their New Zealand counterparts for most part of the match and held out a strong challenge by the spectators in the second half, on course to a categorical win.
A prize money of one crore rupees was achieved by the Indian Women Kabaddi team.
Anu Rani was adjudged the best stopper while Ram Bateri was declared the best raider. Both received a Maruti Alto car each.