Ellen Barry

'Ellen Barry' - 13 News Result(s)

  • Priyanka Chopra To Play Osho's Disciple Ma Anand Sheela In Next Hollywood Film. Details Here
    Entertainment | Written by Shruti Shiksha | Wednesday January 30, 2019
    Priyanka Chopra said the film will be directed by Oscar-winning director Barry Levinson
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  • In 2 Minutes, Bangladesh Rejects 28-Year-Old Challenge To Islam's Role
    World News | Maher Sattar and Ellen Barry, The New York Times | Tuesday March 29, 2016
    It took Bangladesh's High Court less than two minutes Monday to dismiss a petition aiming to remove the designation of Islam as the country's state religion, a challenge that had wended its way through the court system for 28 years.
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  • Indian Town Prays For A 'Son' On Supreme Court
    India News | Ellen Barry, The New York Times | Wednesday March 16, 2016
    A bare-chested priest sat cross-legged in the temple of this farming village on a recent morning and recited all 1,008 names of Vishnu, the Hindu god, in the hope of soon receiving good news from the White House.
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  • A Killing Tests India's Protection Of An Aboriginal Culture
    India News | Ellen Barry and Hari Kumar, The New York Times | Monday March 14, 2016
    India has a "hands-off" policy toward hunter-gatherer tribes like the Jarawas. But what happens when a murder inquiry brings the police into an isolated society?
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  • As India Collaborates With Japan On Islands, It Looks To Check China
    India News | Ellen Barry, The New York Times | Saturday March 12, 2016
    India and Japan are in talks to collaborate on upgrading civilian infrastructure in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, an Indian archipelago seen as a critical asset to counter China's efforts to expand its maritime reach into the Indian Ocean.
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  • Modi's Yoga Drive Takes Aim at Bad Habits and Bellies of India's Capital
    Ellen Barry, The New York Times | Tuesday June 16, 2015
    On a sticky morning last week, Deputy Commissioner Chandra Shekhar Sahukar of India's Agriculture Ministry (animal husbandry department, small ruminant section) found himself in a yoga class for the first time in his 57 years, miserably grasping his ankle.
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  • India's Aam Aadmi Party Sweeps Elections in Delhi
    Delhi News | Gardiner Harris and Ellen Barry, New York Times | Tuesday February 10, 2015
    Less than a year after Narendra Modi won a historic victory to become India's new prime minister, a smaller political earthquake struck the capital Tuesday as Modi's governing party lost badly in local elections to a young political organization led by an anti-corruption crusader.
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  • Putin's angry response to US cables on Russia
    World News | Ellen Barry, New York Times | Wednesday December 1, 2010
    Prime Minister Vladimir V. Putin responded sharply on Wednesday to criticism of Russia revealed in United States diplomatic cables published by the whistle-blowing Web site WikiLeaks, warning Washington not to interfere in Russian domestic affairs.His comments, made in an interview to be aired on CNN's Larry King  Live, referred to a cable tha...
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  • Russian President's visit to disputed Islands angers Japan
    World News | Ellen Barry, New York Times | Monday November 1, 2010
    Russian President Dmitri A. Medvedev flew on Monday into the south Kuril Islands, which the Soviet Union seized from Japan at the end of World War II, making it clear that Russia has no plans to cede the mineral-rich territory despite Japanese protests.Mr. Medvedev is the first Russian president to visit one of the disputed Kuril islands. The four ...
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  • Kiwi tennis player Ellen Barry pulls out of CWG
    Commonwealth Games | Press Trust of India | Friday October 1, 2010
    The fortified Games village in New Delhi failed to gain the confidence of New Zealand tennis player Ellen Barry as she became the latest to pull out of the Commonwealth Games citing security concerns.
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  • World News | Ellen Barry, NYT News Service | Tuesday June 8, 2010
    Russian servicemen used bank cards stolen from the remains of a Polish airliner that crashed April 10, withdrawing funds from the savings of one of the 96 Polish officials killed in the disaster, Russian news services reported Monday night, citing law enforcement officials.
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  • World News | Ellen Barry, NYT News Service | Thursday April 1, 2010
    A former Chechen separatist who reinvented himself as a proponent of global jihad stepped out of the shadows on Wednesday to take responsibility for two suicide bombings on Moscow's subway, and to offer himself as the face of an increasingly lethal pan-Caucasus insurgency.
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  • World News | Ellen Barry, NYT News Service | Tuesday March 30, 2010
    Investigators were still marching in and out of the Lubyanka subway station on Monday morning, but Nina Ivanovna, a 57-year-old retiree, was not waiting around to hear their conclusions.
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'Ellen Barry' - 13 News Result(s)

  • Priyanka Chopra To Play Osho's Disciple Ma Anand Sheela In Next Hollywood Film. Details Here
    Entertainment | Written by Shruti Shiksha | Wednesday January 30, 2019
    Priyanka Chopra said the film will be directed by Oscar-winning director Barry Levinson
    www.ndtv.com/entertainment
  • In 2 Minutes, Bangladesh Rejects 28-Year-Old Challenge To Islam's Role
    World News | Maher Sattar and Ellen Barry, The New York Times | Tuesday March 29, 2016
    It took Bangladesh's High Court less than two minutes Monday to dismiss a petition aiming to remove the designation of Islam as the country's state religion, a challenge that had wended its way through the court system for 28 years.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Indian Town Prays For A 'Son' On Supreme Court
    India News | Ellen Barry, The New York Times | Wednesday March 16, 2016
    A bare-chested priest sat cross-legged in the temple of this farming village on a recent morning and recited all 1,008 names of Vishnu, the Hindu god, in the hope of soon receiving good news from the White House.
    www.ndtv.com
  • A Killing Tests India's Protection Of An Aboriginal Culture
    India News | Ellen Barry and Hari Kumar, The New York Times | Monday March 14, 2016
    India has a "hands-off" policy toward hunter-gatherer tribes like the Jarawas. But what happens when a murder inquiry brings the police into an isolated society?
    www.ndtv.com
  • As India Collaborates With Japan On Islands, It Looks To Check China
    India News | Ellen Barry, The New York Times | Saturday March 12, 2016
    India and Japan are in talks to collaborate on upgrading civilian infrastructure in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, an Indian archipelago seen as a critical asset to counter China's efforts to expand its maritime reach into the Indian Ocean.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Modi's Yoga Drive Takes Aim at Bad Habits and Bellies of India's Capital
    Ellen Barry, The New York Times | Tuesday June 16, 2015
    On a sticky morning last week, Deputy Commissioner Chandra Shekhar Sahukar of India's Agriculture Ministry (animal husbandry department, small ruminant section) found himself in a yoga class for the first time in his 57 years, miserably grasping his ankle.
    food.ndtv.com
  • India's Aam Aadmi Party Sweeps Elections in Delhi
    Delhi News | Gardiner Harris and Ellen Barry, New York Times | Tuesday February 10, 2015
    Less than a year after Narendra Modi won a historic victory to become India's new prime minister, a smaller political earthquake struck the capital Tuesday as Modi's governing party lost badly in local elections to a young political organization led by an anti-corruption crusader.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Putin's angry response to US cables on Russia
    World News | Ellen Barry, New York Times | Wednesday December 1, 2010
    Prime Minister Vladimir V. Putin responded sharply on Wednesday to criticism of Russia revealed in United States diplomatic cables published by the whistle-blowing Web site WikiLeaks, warning Washington not to interfere in Russian domestic affairs.His comments, made in an interview to be aired on CNN's Larry King  Live, referred to a cable tha...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Russian President's visit to disputed Islands angers Japan
    World News | Ellen Barry, New York Times | Monday November 1, 2010
    Russian President Dmitri A. Medvedev flew on Monday into the south Kuril Islands, which the Soviet Union seized from Japan at the end of World War II, making it clear that Russia has no plans to cede the mineral-rich territory despite Japanese protests.Mr. Medvedev is the first Russian president to visit one of the disputed Kuril islands. The four ...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Kiwi tennis player Ellen Barry pulls out of CWG
    Commonwealth Games | Press Trust of India | Friday October 1, 2010
    The fortified Games village in New Delhi failed to gain the confidence of New Zealand tennis player Ellen Barry as she became the latest to pull out of the Commonwealth Games citing security concerns.
    www.ndtv.com
  • World News | Ellen Barry, NYT News Service | Tuesday June 8, 2010
    Russian servicemen used bank cards stolen from the remains of a Polish airliner that crashed April 10, withdrawing funds from the savings of one of the 96 Polish officials killed in the disaster, Russian news services reported Monday night, citing law enforcement officials.
    www.ndtv.com
  • World News | Ellen Barry, NYT News Service | Thursday April 1, 2010
    A former Chechen separatist who reinvented himself as a proponent of global jihad stepped out of the shadows on Wednesday to take responsibility for two suicide bombings on Moscow's subway, and to offer himself as the face of an increasingly lethal pan-Caucasus insurgency.
    www.ndtv.com
  • World News | Ellen Barry, NYT News Service | Tuesday March 30, 2010
    Investigators were still marching in and out of the Lubyanka subway station on Monday morning, but Nina Ivanovna, a 57-year-old retiree, was not waiting around to hear their conclusions.
    www.ndtv.com
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