Free Press Journal
  • Huma Qureshi meets Indian woman’s team captain Mithali Raj

    While cricket has been a religion in India, the sport has often been associated with only men in the country. However, slowly breaking myths and stereotypes, the Indian women’s cricket team is gaining fame and so is their captain Mithali Raj. In fact, Bollywood actress Huma Qureshi, who is a big fan of the sport, recently fulfilled her wish when she met the captain of the

  • ‘Change in bat size will impact cricket’

    New Delhi : Former India skipper Rahul Dravid has said that the ICC’s new Code of Laws related to the thickness of bats to be restricted will have an impact on the game of cricket.

  • After Dhoni, Tendulkar now a biopic on Jhulan

    Kolkata : Inspired by the success of Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Sachin Tendulkar’s biopics, world’s leading wicket taker in women’s ODI cricket, Jhulan Goswami’s life will now be portrayed on celluloid.

  • India A Eves to get more tours

    New Delhi : In an attempt to create a bigger feeder line for the women’s cricket team, the BCCI is planning to introduce more India A tours in near future.

  • Jhulan Goswami: After first two games I wanted the coach to drop me

    Kolkata: Indian women’s team fast bowler Jhulan Goswami today revealed that she was so upset with her performance in the first two matches of the Women’s World Cup, that she asked the coach Tushar Arothe to “drop” her. However, Arothe not only backed the lanky pacer from Bengal but also got full support from captain Mithali Raj, and eventually, Jhulan turned out to be instrumental in India’s runners-up finish at Lord’s last

  • India pacer Jhulan felicitated by employers Air India

    Kolkata : India pacer Jhulan Goswami was on Monday felicitated by her employers Air India following the Indian women cricket team’s impressive runner-up finish in the ICC World Cup in England.

  • Subrata Bhattacharya, Jhulan to be awarded on Mohun Bagan’s annual day ceremony

    Kolkata : City football giants Mohun Bagan will confer former club captain and coach Subrata Bhattacharya with the prestigious Mohun Bagan Ratna award while India’s Women’s cricket team veteran pacer Jhulan Goswami will bag a special award at the club’s annual day programme here on Saturday.

  • Pictures: PM Modi meets women’s cricket team, lauds them for their brilliant World Cup campaign

    It was a hectic day for the Indian women’s cricket team. First Mithali Raj and Co attended a reception at New Delhi, then the players committed to their media obligations. But the biggest occasion of the day was a scheduled meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. PM Modi met the women’s cricket team after their return from a brilliant Women’s World Cup campaign. PM said he was happy to interact with the

  • Bhopal: It’s a tough road to success for women cricketers

    Bhopal: Indian Women’s National Cricket Team might not have won World Cup but they have definitely won India’s heart. They did manage to rivet the nation’s attention on women cricket players of the country. They got lots of adulation and tonnes of coverage, with the media publishing stories centred on lives, hobbies and what not.

  • Have Mithali Raj and Co. revolutionised women’s cricket in India?

    ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 saw hosts England beat India by nine runs in a dramatic finish at the iconic Lord’s cricket ground. The match went through a roller coaster ride and it saw many fluctuations and in the end better team won on the day. Indian eves can held their head high and take solace in the fact that they had defeated English girls in the league stages and lost the final by

  • ICC Women’s World Cup: How Indian women’s team missed a golden opportunity to win the world title

    The ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 came to a riveting end on Sunday at the Lord’s. The final between India and England was played in front of a packed Lord’s crowd. England women’s team fought tooth and nail and won the final by nine runs against a resurgent, fiery Indian women’s team. The finale went down to the wire and at the end of the day cricket was the real winner. Indian eves won

  • India loses 6 for 28 and WC final

    Fourth time champion English women display never-say-die attitude to snach victory from jaws of defeat

  • After Bengal tiger, it was the turn of tigress to roar

    New Delhi : For the uninitiated, a noted sports goods supplier in Kolkata had recently introduced ‘Bengal Tigress’ – a red ball – as a mark of respect to Jhulan Goswami for her immense contribution to Indian cricket.

  • Indian Eves eye slice of history, glory

    London : History beckons the Indian women’s cricket team when it takes on England in the ICC World Cup final, aiming to cap a fairytale run with a maiden title triumph and put some past demons to rest.

  • India VS England

    mithali raj’s team has the chance to alter the course of cricket history when they face heather knight’s brigade in the Women’s.