Free Press Journal
  • PCB, BCCI officials might meet to discuss cricket ties

    Karachi : Pakistani and Indian cricket officials will get another opportunity on December 17 to sit across the table and discuss the strained and suspended bilateral cricket ties between the two nations.

  • Women’s Asia Cup T20: India thrash Bangladesh

    Bangkok : Indian women produced a professional performance to beat Bangladesh by 64 runs in their opening match of the Women’s Asia Cup T20 tournament here on Saturday.

  • Southee troubles Pakistan

    Hamilton : Tim Southee captured three quick wickets to put New Zealand in a commanding position in the second Test against Pakistan on Saturday.

  • Time for Indian cricket board’s one-upmanship over

    Veturi Srivatsa : A senior Indian cricket board member has compared the Justice Rajendra Mal Lodha Committee recommendations to overhaul the governance model of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) with the demonetisation. In his opinion both are not helpful to the people/cricketers at large, if not Tughlaqian.

  • Shuttler Verma enters Hong Kong Open final

    Hong Kong : Indian shuttler Sameer Verma edged past Jan O. Jorgensen of Denmark to reach the final of the Hong Kong Open badminton tournament here on Saturday.

  • Sachin strikes gold at Youth World Boxing Championships

    New Delhi : World Junior Bronze-medallist Sachin Singh (49kg) on Saturday became only the third Indian boxer ever to strike gold at the AIBA Youth World Championships with a stunning unanimous victory over Cuban national champion Jorge Grinan in the summit clash at St Peterburg, Russia.

  • Shivam props Karnataka SA to 502 for 7

    Mumbai : Shivam Dubey completed a fine double century and remained unconquered on 211 as Karnatak Sporting Association, who resumed at their overnight score of 448 for 5 wickets, finished their first innings at 502 for 7 wickets from their quota of 90 overs against MIG Cricket Club on day two of their three-day final of the Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd. sponsored 69th Police invitation Shield Cricket Tournament – 2016, and played at

  • Egypsio, Alroy strike in ESIC’s 2-0 victory

    Mumbai : ESIC (Employee’s State Insurance Corporation) scored once in each half to blank Mumbai Warriors 2-0 in a First Division match of the MDFA (Mumbai District Football Association) League 2016-2017, and played at the St. Xavier’s ground, Parel.

  • 12 teams to fight for supremacy in 51st Bombay Gold Cup hockey

    Mumbai : Twelve leading teams – eight outstation and four local challengers will battle it out for supremacy in the 51st All India Bombay Gold Cup Hockey Tournament, which is scheduled to commence at the MHAL-Mahindra Stadium from Monday, November 28. This “blue riband” event is organized by Mumbai Hockey Association Limited (MHAL) and is being conducted under the auspices of Hockey India.

  • Delhi face Goa in ISL clash

    New Delhi : Delhi Dynamos will be eager to get the better of FC Goa and inch closer towards a semi-final berth when they meet in an Indian Super League (ISL) clash at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium here on Sunday.

  • Guardiola wants Messi to finish his career at Barca

    Madrid : Despite Manchester City officials trying their best to sign Lionel Messi in recent years, manager Pep Guardiola has in contrast expressed his deep desire to see Argentine star striker end his illustrious career at Barcelona.

  • Castro’s support for India will be remembered: Sonia

    New Delhi : Condoling the death of former Cuban President Fidel Castro, Congress chief Sonia Gandhi on Saturday said the revolutionary icon will forever be remembered for his contribution to the Non Aligned Movement.

  • Spa sessions you must try

    There is a spa-lution for the most nagging problems in life, finds out Misbaah Mansuri

  • What’s your real rate of interest?

    Shalini Dhawan explains the impact of recent demonetisation on investors who depend on FDs and other fixed income products for their monthly income and investments