Ellen Barry The New York Times

'Ellen Barry The New York Times' - 6 News Result(s)

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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?
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

'Ellen Barry The New York Times' - 6 News Result(s)

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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?
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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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