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Will appear in court despite ‘back ache': Ram Rahim
Aug 24, 2017 13:03 IST
what happened: A day before CBI court's verdict on a rape case,Dera Sacha Sauda head says he will appear in court.
what it means: Dera chief took to social media to announce his decision to appear in Panchkula where over 1.5 lakh of his followers have gathered,creating a major law and order issue for the Haryana government.
what next: Authorities' major challenge will be to maintain peace and order during Rahim's court appearance.
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England's Wayne Rooney announces international retirement
Aug 23, 2017 17:55 IST
what happened: England's record goalscorer Wayne Rooney has announced he is retiring from international football.
what it means: The 31-year-old -- scorer of record 53 goals in 119 appearances for his country -- told England manager Gareth Southgate of his decision during a phone conversation.
what next: Rooney will continue playing for Premier League club Everton.
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Rafael Nadal returns to No.1 world ranking after three years
Aug 21, 2017 18:09 IST
what happened: Rafael Nadal has become the new men's world number one in the latest ATP rankings.
what it means: This is the first time since July 2014 that Nadal has scaled the summit of the men's tennis ranking. Following his No.1 rank, the Spaniard suffered injuries which resulted in his inconsistency.
what next: Nadal will be hoping to register a victory in the upcoming US Open championships.
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International cricket set to return to Pakistan after 8 yrs
Aug 21, 2017 18:05 IST
what happened: Pakistan could witness the return of international cricket back to the country since 2009.
what it means: Pakistan are scheduled to host three series, one against the ICC World XI, Sri Lanka and West Indies. The return of Sri Lanka and West Indies could be big as that could signal the country is safe.
what next: Pakistan would be hoping to successfully stage all three series if it falls through.
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