Free Press Journal
  • India vs Pakistan Asia Cup 2018: Watch Gautam Gambhir takes on Pakistan media, wins debate with an epic reply

    Former Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir slams Pakistan media with a savage reply on a TV show. The anchor asked Gambhir that how the team feels going to face Pakistan after getting defeated by England in the Test series. In reply to the Pakistani journalist, Gambhir said, it is a different thing to win against Zimbabwe and losing to England. He further says, even India A can beat Zimbabwe.

  • India vs Pakistan: Just before Asia Cup clash, PCB tries trolling India on Twitter, makes a spelling mistake, gets trolled; read tweets

    Before today’s match Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) posted an ICC video on their official twitter handle which showed Pakistan team with the trophy of Champions trophy. Clearly PCB did this to boost the morale of their team, But PCB did a very big mistake which gave a big chance to Indian fans to express their views.

  • Indian team beat Pakistan 4-0 in AFC U-16 Women’s Championship Qualifier

    New Delhi: Indian football team produced an impressive performance to beat Pakistan 4-0 in an AFC U-16 Women’s Championship Qualifier match in Ulan Bator, Mongolia, on Wednesday. Avika Singh (22nd minute) opened the scoring for India before the Pakistani goalie Ayesha (43rd) conceded an own goal just before half time. Sunita Munda (82nd) added one while skipper Shilky Devi (88th) also entered her named in the score sheet.

  • Asia Cup 2018: Watch MS Dhoni’s little fan’s reaction after former Indian captain gets out on 0 against Hong Kong

    After a very long time, we saw former Indian captain MS Dhoni playing an international game and many fans had great expectations of him on his comeback. However, he disappointed his fans by getting out on duck after facing just three balls. Fans were shocked and disappointed when they saw Dhoni leave the pitch. Among the fans there was one kid who seemed very upset after Dhoni’s dismissal.

  • Asia Cup 2018: Younis Khan recalls how Rahul Dravid’s advice helped him in his career

    India and Pakistan may be rivals, but Indian and Pakistani cricketers are really good friends. Recently, former Pakistani cricketer, Younis Khan revealed how players from both the teams spoke to each other in the past. Speaking to India Today, he revealed that one should not hesitate in taking guidance from the former players. He gave an example of how an advice given by former Indian cricketer Rahul Dravid helped him in his

  • India vs Pakistan, Asia Cup 2018

    That missing feeling! What it felt like to witness an Indo-Pak clash in the ’90s

    Over the years, the build up to Indo-Pak clashes have evoked nostalgia and profound memories. Somehow, that seems to be missing this time round.

    So, it’s time for the big India-Pakistan clash again, this time at the 2018 Asia Cup. For starters, the expectations are not high from India, the No. 1 Test team that lost 4-1 in England. Different format? Well, then expect worse after

  • India vs Pakistan: ‘Mummy se puchke aaya hai?’, Wasim Akram asked young Sachin Tendulkar on his first International tour

    Former Pakistani cricketer Wasim Akram revealed his first encounter with Sachin Tendulkar. It was the year 1989 and young Sachin went for his first international tour to Pakistan. He was only 16-year-old. This was the time when Wasim Akram had proven himself as a world-class player. “We had read about Sachin…. that there’s a sensation coming.. a 16-year-old. But when he came (out to bat), he looked 14-year-old and I told him,

  • North and South Korea to jointly bid for 2032 Summer Olympics

    Seoul: North and South Korea will bid jointly for the 2032 Olympics, they announced Wednesday, in an ambitious plan built on hopes of deepening a diplomatic thaw catalysed by this year’s Winter Games in the South.

  • India vs Pakistan Asia Cup 2018: Day after Hong Kong scare, bigger challenge awaits India

    Dubai: India Pakistan rivalry set resume once again on Wednesday as the two neighbouring countries lock horns in Dubai during their Asia Cup Group ‘A’ match. Both the nations are facing each other for the first time after playing their last match in the Champions Trophy at The Oval in June last year where Pakistan thrashed India by 180 runs in the final to win the title. The two teams also playing against