Free Press Journal
  • India to bid for shooting’s 2020 Olympic quota event

    New Delhi : The National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) is looking at the upcoming ISSF World Cup as a stepping stone to prepare a strong bid for hosting a qualifying event for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

  • Natarajan rewarded, Ishant suffers, harsh reality for Irfan

    New Delhi : Ben Stokes may have fetched a record price at the IPL auctions on Monday but the clamour to sign uncapped Indian talent showed that the franchises and their scouts have been diligent with their homework.

  • Mitchell Starc pulls out

    New Delhi : Australian pace spearhead Mitchell Starc has pulled out of this year’s Indian Premier League season, ending his association with his franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore.

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    ‘Would love to play in Champions Trophy’

    When you go to England you will take at least four fast bowlers in addition to two spinners. I know I can bowl anywhere: up front, in the middle overs and at death. I can also share the experience I have with the other young fast bowlers. – Ashish Nehra (more…)

  • Weakest Australian team ever to tour India: Harbhajan

    New Delhi : Senior off-spinner Harbhajan Singh has rated the current Australian team led by Steven Smith as the “weakest ever” in recent times to tour the Indian sub-continent.

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    Sri Lanka win last ball thriller

    Melbourne : Chamara Kapugedera smashed a four off the last ball to give Sri Lanka a thrilling five-wicket victory over Australia in their first Twenty20 international at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, here on Friday. The win kept Sri Lanka unbeaten in four T20 internationals in Australia and followed their 2-1 series win over South Africa last month.

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    Smith, Marsh put India A attack to the sword

    Mumbai : India A bowlers were largely ineffective, allowing Steve Smith and senior batsman Shaun Marsh to strike comfortable hundreds as Australia started their Test tour in impressive fashion in the three-day warm-up game, here on Friday.

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    Imran Tahir spins South Africa to win

    Auckland : Veteran spinner Imran Tahir was the destroyer as South Africa began their tour of New Zealand with an emphatic 78-run victory over the Black Caps in a one-off Twenty20, here on Friday. Tahir claimed five wickets as the Proteas skittled New Zealand for 107 with five overs to spare after batting first and scoring 185 for six in their 20 overs.

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    India beat B’desh by 9 wkts

    Colombo : India women produced an all-round effort to spank Bangladesh women by nine wickets in a Super Six match to qualify for the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017, here on Friday.