Free Press Journal
  • IPL retention: Path cleared for MS Dhoni’s return to Chennai Super Kings

    New Delhi: In a decision that could see the return of Mahendra Singh Dhoni as the skipper of Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and some of its top players, the IPL Governing Council has allowed the returning franchises CSK and Rajasthan Royals to secure the players who represented them in the 2015 edition and were part of Rising Pune Supergiant and Gujarat Lions squads in 2017.

  • No consensus on IPL player retention policy

    New Delhi: The IPL auction for the 2018 season is just three months away, but no consensus has been reached over the number of players that can be retained by franchises.

  • IPL Governing Council’s proposal may ease MS Dhoni’s return to CSK

    New Delhi: Set to make a comeback next season, tainted teams Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals might be allowed to retain players who played for Rising Pune Supergiants and Gujarat Lions in the last two years, going by a proposal floated by the IPL Governing Council. The move, if agreed upon by franchises during next month’s workshop, will pave way for Mahendra Singh Dhoni‘s much-anticipated

  • SC seeks BCCI’s reply over e-auction of IPL media rights

    Mumbai: The Supreme Court on Friday sought a detailed response from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) over a plea seeking e-auction of media rights for the Indian Premier League (IPL) matches.

  • Duh! Ashwin compares CSK’s IPL return to MU’s Munich air disaster, gets trolled

    Indian Premier League (IPL) team Chennai Super Kings (CSK)’s two-year ban is over and they are all set to make a comeback next year in the T20 format. Earlier, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who was the captain in 2015, took to Instagram to celebrate CSK’s return and uploaded a picture of him donning a yellow jersey with the number ‘7’ and word ‘Thala’ printed on it. Similarly, team member Ravichandran Ashwin too made