Free Press Journal
  • Mustafizur returns to Bangla Test squad

    Dhaka : Left-arm pacer Mustafizur Rahman on Tuesday made his come-back to Bangladesh’s Test squad for the Sri Lanka tour, starting from March 7.

  • Dickwella banned after T20 dissent

    Sydney : Sri Lanka’s Niroshan Dickwella was suspended for two limited-overs matches today after he was punished for dissent during last week’s pulsating Twenty20 win over Australia.

  • ‘Would treat Oz like any other team’

    Pune : India coach Anil Kumble is aware that Australia will come hard at his team but said the hosts will not attach any special significance to this series and would treat Steve Smith and Co. like any other side.

  • Squad has become self-sufficient: Kumble

    Pune : He feels privileged to be India’s national cricket coach but the legendary Anil Kumble on Tuesday said it has been more satisfying to see Virat Kohli and Co. become self-sufficient in dealing with challenges both on and off the field.

  • Can learn a lot from Ashwin, says Lyon

    Pune : Australia’s Nathan Lyon on Tuesday revealed that he has been analysing ace off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin to improve his own bowling as there is a lot to learn from the in-form Indian.

  • Fempower : Indian Eves win ICC World Cup Qualifier finals

    Colombo : Harmanpreet Kaur blasted a six in the penultimate delivery to power India to a one-wicket win over South Africa in a last-ball thriller at the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier Final at P Sara Oval here on Tuesday.

  • ‘Toss will have no bearing’

    Pune : Australia coach Darren Lehmann is in favour of doing away with the toss, and feels that flip of the coin won’t have any bearing on the result of the upcoming Test series in India.

  • Josh dismisses bounce theory

    Pune : Australia paceman Josh Hazlewood is not keen to believe the predictions that the pitch will offer good bounce in the series-opener, saying the bowlers will have to find other ways to get rid of Indian batsmen.

  • Indore: Programmes on Shivshakti Mahayagna

    Dewas: With the blessings and presence of Baba Balakdasji Maharaj, various programmes were organised on the second day of Sagrahmak Panchkudatmak Shivshakti Mahayagna and Shiv Panchayatan Pran-Pratishtha festival at Bholenath Temple, Mill Road. Various religious rituals were performed by Sant Ramdhar Dwiwedi, Sant Omprakash Sharma and 16 other Brahmins of Vagyog Chetna Sanskrit School, Bagli.

  • Federer wants Rafa as doubles partner

    Prague : Roger Federer has revealed that he wants to join forces in doubles with arch rival Rafael Nadal at the inaugural Laver Cup this year.

  • Valencia trip: Real chance to extend lead

    Madrid : Real Madrid will play one of the two games they currently have in hand over their rivals for the La Liga football title when they travel to play Valencia away in the Mestalla Stadium on Wednesday.

  • Reliance Jio to charge for data from Apr, calls free

    New Delhi: Reliance chairman Mukesh Ambani’s telecom unit Jio will begin charging for data services from April but will give steep discounts for a year to over 100 million customers who have come on board within six months of its launch.

  • Players right behind Enrique : Pique

    Barcelona : Under-fire Barcelona coach Luis Enrique has the total support of his players, influential central defender Gerard Pique has insisted.

  • Indore: City farmer bags five awards in rose contest

    Dewas: Farmer Ambaram Jaiswal has brought laurels for the city by winning five prizes in different categories during the recently held 30th Annual Rose Exhibition in Indore. The exhibition was organised on February 18 – 19 at Gandhi Hall by Malwa Rose Society and Department of Horticulture and Food Processing.