Free Press Journal
  • Sonika to lead India in five- nation hockey tournament

    New Delhi : Promising midfielder Sonika is all set to lead a 20-member women’s squad for the upcoming five-nation international junior hockey tournament, starting from October 24 in Valencia, Spain.

  • Amid Groping Charges, Donald Trump Plays Victim Card

    Washington : Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has described himself a “victim” as more women came forward accusing him of sexual assault and harassment.

  • Fixing slur: Javed Miandad, Shahid Afridi bury the hatchet

    Karachi : Putting behind a bitter war of words, Pakistan’s former captains Javed Miandad and Shahid Afridi on Saturday ended the ugly feud which erupted after the former accused the latter of fixing matches.

  • Can’t have two views on terror, Modi tells Xi

    Benaulim (Goa) : India on Saturday made some plainspeaking to China that countries cannot afford to have differences on the issue of tackling terror and put forward its concerns over Beijing blocking UN designation of JeM chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist.

  • Shameful Act : Pakistan Returning Parcels Of Jailed Indian Fishermen

    Daman : Pakistan prison authorities are returning parcels sent by relatives of Indian fishermen captured and jailed in that country, after relations between the two nations soured following the surgical strikes on terror launch pads across LoC, officials said on Saturday.

  • Rishabh Pant keeps Delhi in hunt with attacking, unbeaten hundred

    Mumbai: Rishabh Pant notched up his second first class century in only his fourth game, a strokeful and unbeaten 155, to keep Delhi in the hunt for the first innings lead against Maharashtra in their Ranji Trophy Group B match here on Saturday.

  • Bombay Republicans impress to hold Central Secretariat 3-3

    Mumbai : Producing another impressive performance, Bombay Republicans did well to snatch a 3-3 draw with Central Secretariat in a fast-paced and absorbing Super Division match of the MHAL (Mumbai Hockey Association Limited) League – 2016, and played at the MHAL Mahindra Stadium, Churchgate, on Saturday evening. Bombay Republicans, a private club founded in the late 60s and which has groomed several Mumbai stalwarts, who have gone on to represent the country

  • Bombay Muslims rally to hold Springfield 2-2

    Mumbai : Bombay Muslims came into their own in the second period and scored twice to hold Springfield SC to a 2-2 draw in a Super Division match of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League 2016-2017, and played at the Mumbai Football Arena, Shahaji Raje Bhosale Kreeda Sankul-BKLP (Andheri Sports Complex) on Saturday evening. Springfield SC made a bright promising start and with goals from Sujan S. in the 20th minute