Free Press Journal
  • Unmukt scores 64, Delhi beat Kerala

    Bhubaneswar : Opener Unmukt Chand scored 64 in Delhi’s successful run-chase against Kerala in an inconsequential Vijay Hazare Trophy encounter, here.

  • Ganesh Sathish stars in Vidarbha’s win

    New Delhi : Ganesh Sathish scored a patient 78 while Apoorv Wankhede smashed 45-ball 64 as Vidarbha beat Haryana by 68 runs in a group A League match of the Vijay Hazare Trophy.

  • Lyon roars, pitch demon haunts India

    Bengaluru : Off-spinner Nathan Lyon walked into the record books with career-best figures of 8 for 50 as India suffered another batting debacle to be bundled out for a paltry 189 on the first day of the second cricket Test against Australia here.

  • ‘Watched a lot of Ashwin but stuck to my strength’

    Bengaluru : After returning with the best figures of 8/50 for any visiting bowler in India, Australia off-spinner Nathan Lyon on Saturday said he drew inspiration by watching videos of his Indian counterpart Ravichandran Ashwin, but stuck to his strength of extracting bounce from the track at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium.

  • South Africa crush New Zealand, take series 3-2

    Auckland : Faf du Plessis led South Africa to a resounding six-wicket victory over New Zealand in their crunch one-day international finale in Auckland today to wrap up the series 3-2.

  • Ashwin can also do a Lyon, says Rahul

    Bengaluru : India’s lone performer of the Lokesh Rahul is hopeful that premier off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin would be able to match Nathan Lyon’s performance on a track that has crumbled on the first day itself.

  • Morgan leads England to win

    St Johns : Eoin Morgan’s 10th one-day international century provided the batting foundation while seamers Liam Plunkett and Chris Woakes took four wickets each as England defeated the West Indies by 45 runs in the series opener.

  • Morris, Shamsi bag CSA contracts

    Johannesburg : Cricket South Africa on Saturday added five new players, including Chris Morris and leg-spinner Tabraiz Shamsi, to their national contracts while omitting the duo of pacer Kyle Abbot and opener Rilee Rossouw, who opted to sign Kolpak agreements with English county side Hampshire earlier in the year.

  • IIM hosts lecture on ‘Taking entrepreneurial plunge’

    Indore : A guest lecture on ‘Taking the entrepreneurial plunge’ was delivered by Suhas Misra, CEO of Tardigrade Health Tech at Indian Institute of Management, Indore, on Saturday.

  • Themed presentation & inspiring arts at ‘Antarmann’

    Indore : While some painters draw a picture of their imagination, some portray society evils, but budding painters simply work on perfecting their strokes with leverage to their imaginations.

  • 82-yr-old donates body for society’s welfare

    BHOPAL : Prabhavati Chintaman Kand was so keen to serve the society even after death that at the age of 82, she personally inquired about body and organ donation. She shared her wish with her family after making sure that she can donate her body.

  • Conference on computer technology held at SIMS

    Indore : A national conference on ‘Recent trends in computer technology’ was held at Sanghvi Institute of Management and Science on Friday. The conference was organised by department of computer science & engineering and information technology, and its technical co-sponsors were lEEE (MP sub section), CSI and lETE Indore sub centre.

  • MCI nod for increasing four PG seats in MGM

    Indore : Medical Council of India (MCI) on Saturday gave its nod to Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College for increasing four PG seats, two each in skin and radiotherapy department.

  • I-T officials to trace source of money

    Indore : After Rs 10-crore money laundering was detected during the search operation by income tax department team, now the taxmen are trying to trace the source of money that converted into white.