By Ayaz Memon
Sport in the time of COVID-19 is a no-no. Fear looms large as every country on the planet comes to terms with the coronavirus scourge tha...Read More
By FPJ Web Desk
Fast&Up, India’s leading sports and active nutrition brand, has been one of those few brands in the country who put their weight behind t...Read More
By FPJ News Service
Overwhelmed by the occasion, India crumbled to 99 all out in front of a turnout of 86174 at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground, a record...Read More
By Free Press Journal
1989: This day marked the birth of Indian women’s cricket skipper Harmanpreet Kaur, whose unbeaten 171 off 115 balls in the 2017 World Cu...Read More
India go into the final unbeaten after topping the group stage where they had beaten the four-time champions Australia in the tournament-...Read More
When the women in Blue entered WC final with the help of rain gods, plenty called them ‘lucky’, but Veda Krishnamurthy believes the team ...Read More
India entered the final after their last-four clash against England was washed out in Sydney. They had topped the group.
On Thursday, Harmanpreet's parents were there in Sydney to watch their daughter play for the first time, making it a milestone moment for...Read More
India will take on four-time winners Australia, who defeated South Africa by five runs in what was also a rain-hit semifinal match, curta...Read More
By Sunil Yash Kalra
India had managed to defeat England in the recent tri-series and thus would want
to take confidence from that win in today’s semi-final ...Read More
By Joe Williams
Indian women are the hot favourites to win the ICC Women's T20 World Cup if the bookies are to be believed.
The 16-year-old announced her emergence on the global stage by becoming the second-highest run getter in the ongoing tournament.
Virender Sehwag and VVS Laxman led the celebrations on Twitter.
They pulled-off a fantastic showing on all the fronts and managed to overpower the Islanders.
The Indians are on a roll, having easily sealed their semifinal berth with wins over defending champions Australia, Bangladesh and New Ze...Read More
The tournament remains wide open, reflecting the increasing strength of women's cricket globally.
On Thursday, India Eves became the first team to reach the semis after a thrilling three-run win over New Zealand.
In the T20 tri-series, played just before the World Cup, India had beaten both England and Australia while chasing huge totals before los...Read More
Verma played a knock of 46 runs off just 34 balls to get India to a respectable target of 133.
India on Thursday defeated New Zealand by four runs in what turned out to be a thrilling game towards the end.