Free Press Journal
  • NE states set to play Ranji from next year

    The six states Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Sikkim, Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh met Vinod Rai for one and a half hour with plea of taking part as a combined unit this season. However, they were assured that by next season they would be part of Ranji Trophy while they will play as separate states in the age group categories (U-16, U-19 And U-23) from this season onwards.

  • 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.

  • New Indian team jersey launched by BCCI CEO

    Mumbai : The CEO of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, Rahul Johri, on Thursday launched the new Indian team jersey with official team sponsors Oppo’s name on the shirt’s front here, in the presence of some top officials of the Chinese mobile phone firm. The Indian men cricketers are to sport the new blue jersey during the ICC Champions Trophy tournament starting in England on June 1.

  • Wankhede curator awaits MCA reply

    Mumbai : The controversy over the batting track prepared for the fifth ODI between India and South Africa at the Wankhede Stadium, where the visitors hammered the hosts by 214 runs to win the series last month, is yet to die down. Pitch curator Sudhir Naik, who has accused Indian team Director Ravi Shastri of abusing him during the game after the Proteas ran up a record-high score of 438, said today he was