Free Press Journal
  • Triumphant in ODIs, Indian women eye dominance in T20s

    Potchefstroom : The ODI series triumph was offset slightly by a loss in the closing match but that would hardly dent the Indian women’s cricket team’s confidence as it heads into a five-game Twenty20 rubber against South Africa, starting here on Tuesday.

  • Windy Olympics: Gusts hit schedule, snowboarders

    Pyeongchang : High winds caused havoc at the Pyeongchang Winter Games on Monday as Olympics chief Thomas Bach dismissed concerns North Korea had tried to “hijack” the competition for political gain.

  • US ‘can’t beat us fairly’, says Russian FM

    Moscow : Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said that accusations of a state-sponsored doping conspiracy which led to his country’s Olympic banishment were orchestrated by the United States because they “can’t beat us fairly”.

  • Champs Maharashtra maintains clean slate

    Mumbai : National champions Maharashtra maintained their unbeaten record in the group stage of the Federation Cup Kabaddi tournament with a 32-24 victory over Haryana here on Monday.

  • Barcelona stumbles

    Held by stubborn Getafe, lead cut to 7 points in La Liga, Valencia third

  • Girish 2nd cueist to register 109 break

    Mumbai : Producing a sterling performance R. Girish of Indian Railways matched the efforts of his teammate E. Pandurangaiah, when he also ran up a break of 109 during his comfortable 3-0 win against Pune’s Sahil Gadiya in a third round, best-of-five frame, match in the Rs 12.25 lakh prize-money CCI All India Open Snooker Championship 2018, and played at the CCI’s Wilson Jones Billiards Room. Pandurangaiah had in his second- round

  • India assured of 10 boxing medals

    Jakarta : India were assured of a staggering 10 boxing medals at the Asian Games Test event here after three fought their way into the semi-finals while seven others got byes into the last-four stage.