Free Press Journal
  • Virat Kohli hugging Anushka Sharma post T20 win in England will leave you awestruck

    It was victory for the Indian Cricket Team led by Captain Virat Kohli after a glorious win at the T20 International series against England which was scored 2-1. Rohit Sharma’s century and Virat’s impressive 43 runs out of 29 balls helped the team have the upper hand in the game.

  • BCCI plans bench-strength building measures for Eves

    New  Delhi : India’s heavy loss to Australia in the recent Women’s ODI Championship fixture has prompted the BCCI to expedite the process of strengthening  the bench strength of the national team.

  • Indian eves go down in 3rd ODI against S Africa

    Johannesburg : India’s middle-order collapsed after a fiery start as South Africa won the third Twenty20 International by five wickets to keep the five-match series alive, here on Sunday.

  • Eves look to continue dominance

    East London (South Africa) : A perfect start achieved, the Indian women’s cricket team would look to continue its supremacy over South Africa when the two sides clash in the second Twenty20 International, here today.

  • We are focused on winning a world title: Jhulan 

    Kolkata : Down with a heel injury, veteran pacer Jhulan Goswami on Thursday said winning a World Cup title remains her ultimate dream and the Indian team would first look to reach the semifinals at the women’s World T20 when it is held in November this year.

  • Pakistan finally overcome Blacks Caps with T20 win

    Auckland : Pakistan crushed New Zealand by 48 runs in the second T20 in Auckland on Thursday to notch their first victory of the tour over the Black Caps.

  • India looks to find maiden win vs NZ

    New Delhi : Ashish Nehra running into bowl one last time at a place where it all began will form the sub plot as India aim to better their abysmal T20 record against New Zealand in the three-match series starting here today.

  • India vs Australia: Is Glenn Maxwell making a mess of his career?

    Australia’s tour of India suffered another jolt as visitors lost to India by nine wickets via Duckworth-Lewis-Stern (DLS) method in the first T20I at Ranchi. Australians on this tour have found no momentum and their game has regressed very badly with each game. The mongrel and the aggression associated with the Australian side is nowhere to be seen and this team could be counted as the weakest to tour

  • Indian stars headline 84th edition of Ranji Trophy

    New Delhi : The 84th edition of Ranji Trophy that begins today will see a plethora of Indian cricket stars in action besides the return of the home and away format.

  • The comeback King

    Nehra selected for T-20’s against Oz, Ashwin & Jadeja ignored

  • Captain Virat Kohli provides freedom to bowlers: Kuldeep Yadav

    Colombo: ‘India leg-spinner Kuldeep Yadav can’t stop raving about skipper Virat Kohli and describes him as an inspirational leader, who provides tremendous support and freedom to bowlers.

  • Action shifts back to ground

    Kohli and Co start favourites vs West Indies despite coach Kumble vs captain saga.

  • NZ wicket-keeper Ronchi quits cricket

    Wellington : New Zealand wicket-keeper and batsman Luke Ronchi on Thursday announced retirement from all formats of international cricket.

  • Sehwag confident of Kohli getting out of lean patch

    Mumbai : Unconcerned by the indifferent form exhibited recently by India captain Virat Kohli, former swashbuckling batsman Virender Sehwag said on Friday that a player of his calibre knew how to get out of the rut. “It (bad patch) happens with every player. Even if you look at the great Sachin Tendulkar, he hasn’t played the same (way) every year. Even your (media) questions keep changing time to time. When time changes, form

  • Phew! 200 in 67 balls

    MUMBAI : Rudra became another example of Mumbai’s batsmanship and their obsession for records. Rudra scored an unbeaten 200 in just 67 balls in Abis Rizvi Champions Trophy Super-9 College T20 Tournament which was organised by University of Mumbai.

  • My best knock in IPL so far, says Iyer

    Kanpur : Delhi Daredevils batsman Shreyas Iyer has rated his highest T20 score of 96 as one of the best innings that he has played over three seasons in the Indian Premier League.