Free Press Journal
  • WA cleared Bancroft to play club cricket 

    Perth : Tainted Australian opener Cameron Bancroft has been cleared to play Premier cricket in Western Australia after an extraordinary general meeting involving 16 Western Australia Premier Cricket Clubs.

  • China’s top bank bets on India growth

    Beijing : State-run Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) has launched the country’s first India-dedicated publicly offered investment fund, saying the Indian market offers the “best opportunity” for Chinese investors due to the prospects of double-digit growth.

  • Simpson wins PLAYERS by four strokes

    Ponte Vedra : American golfer Webb Simpson, starting the final round with a seven-shot advantage, could afford a double bogey on his closing hole and still win the PLAYERS Championships by four shots.

  • AIFF suspends Minerva owner Bajaj for a year, fined Rs 10 lakh

    Kolkata : I-League champions Minerva Punjab FC owner Ranjit Bajaj was today banned for one year from all football activity and also fined Rs 10 lakh by the AIFF after the federation found him ‘guilty’ of making racist remarks against a referee.

  • ‘We have momentum to win vs KKR’

    Mumbai : Having secured a hat-trick of wins, Rajasthan Royals (RR) will look to carry the winning momentum against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in their next Indian Premier League (IPL) fixture and inch closer to a play-off berth, said RR seamer Dhawal Kulkarni. Rajasthan kept alive their play-off hopes by beating defending champions Mumbai Indians (MI) by seven wickets with two overs to spare last night.

  • RR capt fined Rs 12 lakhs for slow-over rate against MI

    Mumbai : Rajasthan Royals skipper Ajinkya Rahane has been fined Rs 12 lakh after his team maintained slow-over rate during their Indian Premier League (IPL) match against Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede Stadium here on Sunday.

  • Jindal Squash Academy bags squash title

    Mumbai : Fancied Jindal Squash Academy came up with the perfect strategies and right combinations as they sidelined Juhu Vile Parle Gymkhana (JVPG) Club 3-2 margin in the final of the Hyatt Regency – Mumbai Inter-Club Squash League, organised by the Indian Squash Professionals and played at the Hyatt Regency courts.