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Wayne Rooney makes quiet return to Everton in narrow win
Jul 28, 2017 11:40 IST
By Soumitra Bose
Reuters
what happened: Wayne Rooney's Everton homecoming ended in a 1-0 win vs Slovak side Ruzomberok in a Europa Cup tie.
what it means: The 31-year-old Rooney re-signed with his boyhood club earlier this month after enjoying 13 years with Manchester United and was, of course, given a warm welcome from the home supporters.
what next: Coach Koeman said: "Good, positive. He worked hard... lot of positives after 4 weeks of pre-season."
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India in Sri Lanka: KL Rahul returns to full fitness
Jul 28, 2017 11:11 IST
By Soumitra Bose
Reuters
what happened: The injury-prone opener from Bangalore missed the first IND vs SL Test in Galle due to high fever.
what it means: India should welcome him back in the second India vs Sri Lanka Test in Colombo from August 3. India opened with Shikhar Dhawan and Abhinav Mukund in the ongoing first Test at Galle.
what next: First-choice Rahul in all probability will replace Mukund for the second Test in Colombo.
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Nitish Kumar takes oath as Bihar CM
Jul 27, 2017 14:07 IST
By Neha Mahajan
HT Photo
what happened: Nitish Kumar became Bihar CM for the sixth time as he joined hands again with the BJP.
what it means: Kumar’s return to NDA will help the BJP-led alliance to win over more regional allies. The move could have a bearing on the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.
what next: Political analysts will wait for the next move of RJD chief Lalu Prasad who is in Ranchi for 3 days.
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Neymar cleared in tax evasion case, Brazilian court says
Jul 27, 2017 13:43 IST
By Soumitra Bose
AFP
what happened: Barcelona striker Neymar has been cleared of criminal charges in a long-running tax evasion case.
what it means: Brazil's federal tax office charged Neymar in 2015 with evading 63 million reais ($19.94 million) in taxes due on income earned from Santos and Barcelona soccer clubs and sponsors between 2011-2014.
what next: Neymar could still, however, have to pay substantial sums to Brazil's tax office.
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