Free Press Journal
  • England in command

    Stokes’ late strike tumbles Bangladesh

  • India beat England to enter Kabaddi World Cup semis

    Ahmedabad: India produced a scintillating performance to thrash England 69-18 in their last Group B encounter and seal their berth for the Kabaddi World Cup semi-finals at the TransStadia here.

  • De Saviour!

    De Gea defiant as Manchester United stifle Liverpool

  • Dhoni praises young Indian bowling attack post Kiwis drubbing

    Dharamsala : Backing debutant Hardik Pandya to become one of the premier fast bowlers for next year’s Champions Trophy in England, India’s limited-overs skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has heaped praise on his side’s bowling performance after their emphatic six-wicket win over New Zealand in the opening ODI in Dharamsala last evening.

  • England hammer Argentina 68-28 in Kabaddi World Cup

    Ahmedabad : A terrific raiding performance by England saw them record a comfortable 68-28 win over Argentina in the Group A clash of the ongoing Kabaddi World Cup at the iconic stadium `The Arena by TransStadia` last evening here.

  • Arsene Wenger backs Southgate

    London : Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger on Thursday backed England interim manager Gareth Southgate to take over the role in a permanent capacity.

  • Argentina Stunned

    * Paraguay upset * England held in Slovenia * Germany coast

  • Greens pink-hot

    Pak ready to take on struggling WI in day-night Test

  • Southgate open with win

    England victorious, classy Germany cruise in WC qualifiers

  • Gautam Gambhir To Play

    “Gambhir’s inclusion is a natural change because of injury to Dhawan, natural because he is the third opener in the team.” Virat kohli.

  • England slay Tigers

    Dhaka : Jake Ball took five wickets on debut as England completed a remarkable turnaround to win the first match of the ODI series by 21 runs in Dhaka.

  • Batsman Suresh Raina returns

    Batsman Suresh Raina on Thursday staged a comeback for the first three ODI against New Zealand while three senior players including off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin were rested keeping a gruelling season in mind. Chairman of selectors MSK Prasad however made it clear that Raina’s inclusion is a short term moved primarily keeping in mind his ability to bowl tight off-breaks in sub-continental conditions.


    Bangladeshi army commandos abseiled into the national stadium on Thursday as they staged a war game designed to reassure England’s cricketers over their security on the eve of the opening ODI of their controversial tour. More than a dozen commandos scaled down ropes from helicopters hovering over the nets at Dhaka’s Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, which is hosting the first two games in a three-match series beginning on Friday night.

  • Pakistan debarred from Kabaddi World Cup in India

    Karachi : Pakistan has been debarred from the upcoming 12-nation Kabaddi World Cup in India amidst escalating tensions between the two nuclear-armed neighbours.

  • Grand Master Harika Dronavalli loses to Michael Adam

    Douglas : India’s young Grand Master Harika Dronavalli put up a spirited fight against England’s Michael Adams but couldn’t avert her first defeat in a late night game in the Isle of Man International Chess tournament here on Monday.

  • Virat’s men eye number 1 spot

    Dubai : India will reclaim the ICC Test Rankings top spot from Pakistan if it wins the second Test against New Zealand starting on Friday in Kolkata.

  • Anup Kumar to lead India

    Mumbai : Star raider Anup Kumar from Haryana will lead India in next month’s Kabaddi World Cup to be held in Ahmedabad.