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  • At least one dead, 100 hurt in New Jersey train crash

    HOBOKEN: A packed commuter train ploughed into a station in New Jersey during the morning rush hour Thursday, killing at least one person and injuring over 100, many of them critically...

    The train failed to stop as it sped into Hoboken station, went up over the bumper blocks at the end of the track and rammed into a wall, a New Jersey transit official told AFP at the scene...

  • Train crashes into New Jersey station; three dead, over 100 hurt

    NEW YORK: At least three people were killed and more than 100 injured, some of them critically, when a New Jersey Transit train derailed and crashed through the station in Hoboken, New Jersey, during the morning rush hour on Thursday, US media and a transit official said...

    There were well over 100 people with injuries, many of them with critical injuries, New Jersey Transit spokeswoman Jennifer Nelson told reporters...

  • Activists in New Jersey launch organisation to empower South Asian-American women

    American women of South Asian descent have launched an organisation in New Jersey aimed at inspiring and empowering other women of the same ethnic background to have a greater voice in their communities...

    The ISAAW was officially launched at an event in New Brunswick on Wednesday night, with a crowd of approximately 100 people, mostly women, attending from across the state to hear about ISAAW and how it can support them and their...

  • Picasso painting found in New Jersey back in Paris museum

    “La Coiffeuse” (“The Hairdresser”) disappeared from a French storage room more than a decade ago, then turned up in a package from Belgium to New York last year — with a customs label calling it a $37 Christmas gift...

    A top French government minister and the US ambassador attended the unveiling on Thursday at the abstract painting’s new home at the Pompidou Center museum in Paris...

  • Younis Khan to hang Test jersey up after WI tour

    Younis Khan has cemented his place in Pakistan's cricket history as an iconic batsman with unparalleled success...

    With a Test average of over 50, a triple-hundred, a double-hundred against India in India and a memorable partnership to clinch Pakistan's 3-0 Test whitewash over England: Khan’s career speaks for itself...

  • Tour de France: Matthews wins 16th stage, Froome keeps yellow jersey

    ROMANS-EN-ISERE: Michael Matthews won a sprint to the line on stage 16 of the Tour de France as Britain’s Chris Froome kept the yellow jersey on Tuesday ahead of two difficult days in the Alps...

    Matthews claimed his second stage win in this race, three days after his victory in Rodez, reducing the gap with green jersey holder Marcel Kittel in the best sprinter’s classification...

  • Froome holds on to yellow jersey after rainy ninth stage

    ANDORRA ARCALIS: Defending champion Chris Froome held on to the yellow jersey and eliminated several of his main rivals in the toughest stage in the Pyrenees of the Tour de France on Sunday...

    Frenchman Thibaut Pinot, who lost all hope of a decent overall finish in Paris in the first Pyrenean stage, snatched the polka dot jersey for the best climber with a strong ride in the breakaway...

  • Amir doesn’t deserve the jersey Hanif and Imran proudly wore: Latif

    KARACHI: Former players and fans Saturday voiced contrasting opinions about the prospect of talented Mohammad Amir rejoining Pakistan's national squad after finishing a five-year ban over spot fixing...

    Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has included Amir in a training camp from which a squad will be selected for next month's tour of New Zealand where they are scheduled to play three one-day internationals and as many Twenty20...

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