Free Press Journal
  • Uthappa feels any total looks chaseable now

    Jaipur : Explosive Kolkata Knight Riders batsman Robin Uthappa feels cricket is going through a paradigm shift to a power game and any total on board now looks chaseable.

  • CSK & RR look to get back to winning ways

    A loss in their last outing has hurt both the former champions and they will look to get back to winning ways when they face off. With two wins and two defeats, Rajasthan Royals are fifth with four points, while Chennai have also gathered an equal number of points with two victories from three matches. They are placed fourth because of better net run rate.

  • New Australian captain promises to rebuild trust

    Sydney : Australia Test captain Tim Paine pledged on Thursday to embark on a new era of “respectful” cricket and rebuild public trust after the ball-tampering scandal that rocked the sport.

  • Afridi, Malik and Perera to play for ICC World XI

     Dubai : Shahid Afridi, Shoaib Malik and Thisara Perera will be part of the World XI in the T20 International against West Indies to be played at Lord’s on May 31, the ICC announced on Thursday.

  • Modi forecasts IPL players will earn ‘$1m a game’

    London : Indian Premier League founder Lalit Modi believes there will come a time when players will earn $1 million dollars per game while warning that the traditional programme of matches between countries “will disappear”.

  • I need to work more on my fitness, says Manika Batra

    “I had to change my game in both the matches and made little adjustments which helped me beat her. I knew I could win and stayed focused and stuck to my strategy.”

  • Rathore promises clean sports in India

    New Delhi : Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore on Thursday met IOC President Thomas Bach and assured him of the country’s commitment to clean sports, saying the ministry has zero tolerance for substance abuse or cheating.

  • Bengaluru eyes redemption in final against East Bengal

    Bhubaneswar : Bengaluru FCs bid to win a fifth title in as many seasons of the clubs existence, will face one last hurdle in East Bengal as the two sides go to battle in the final of the Super Cup at the Kalinga Stadium here on Friday.

  • Amit Panghal eyes Asiad medal after silver at CWG

    New Delhi : Not satisfied with a silver at the 21st Commonwealth Games, fast-rising Indian boxer Amit Panghal has set his sights on the Asian Games, saying it will be his big test and he would look to improve his speed.