Gardiner Harris The New York Times

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  • Obama Pick Engages Supreme Court Battle
    World News | Michael D. Shear, Julie Hirschfeld Davis and Gardiner Harris, The New York Times | Thursday March 17, 2016
    President Barack Obama on Wednesday nominated Merrick B. Garland to be the nation's 113th Supreme Court justice, choosing a centrist appellate judge who could reshape the court for a generation and become the face of a bitter election-year confirmation struggle.
  • Air Force One Is Obamas Favorite Perk, And In 2016 Hell Be Using It A Lot
    World News | Gardiner Harris, The New York Times | Sunday January 3, 2016
    With Washington increasingly consumed by the November elections, President Barack Obama will spend much of his final year in office traveling the country and the world.
  • Student Clockmaker Visits White House
    World News | Gardiner Harris, The New York Times | Tuesday October 20, 2015
    Ahmed Mohamed, the 14-year-old Texas boy who became a cause celebre after he was detained and handcuffed for taking a homemade clock to school, visited the White House on Monday for its second astronomy night.
  • NYT's Gardiner Harris Writes 'Delhi's True Menace Come From Its Air, Water, Food and Flies'. Do You Agree?
    Polls | Monday June 1, 2015
    These perils sicken, disable and kill millions in India annually, making for one of the worst public health disasters in the world, writes The New York Times' Gardiner Harris.
  • Pregnant Women in India Are Dangerously Underweight: Study
    Gardiner Harris, The New York Times | Tuesday March 3, 2015
    A child raised in India is far more likely to be malnourished than one from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Zimbabwe or Somalia, the world's poorest countries.
  • 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.
  • A Tournament Intent on Leading the World in Pampering Players
    Written by Gardiner Harris, The New York Times | Sunday February 1, 2015
    From berries and sushis to exquisite salons and awe-inspiring plunge pools, Australian Open has one of the world's best facilities in line for competing players
  • Communist Leader in India Stands Firm as His Party Shrinks
    Elections News | Gardiner Harris, The New York Times | Thursday May 15, 2014
    Trademarks include unimpeachable honesty, a nearly empty bank account.
  • Rival economists in public battle over cure for India's poverty
    India News | Gardiner Harris, The New York Times | Thursday August 22, 2013
    The battle between Amartya Sen, a Nobel Prize winner and Harvard professor, and Jagdish Bhagwati, an eminent professor at Columbia University, has broken out just as India's economy seems to be coming undone.
  • India's top tennis players agitate for better support
    Written by Gardiner Harris, The New York Times | Thursday January 10, 2013
    In comments to the news media, association officials have said they will no longer negotiate with the players and may cut off government grants to those who refuse to play next month. Some players receive government training grants of as much as 1.5 million rupees, or a little more than $27,000.
  • India's Olympic Association suspended by the International Olympic Committee
    Written by Gardiner Harris, The New York Times | Wednesday December 5, 2012
    The International Olympic Committee on Tuesday suspended the Indian Olympic Association for chronic violations of the international Olympic Charter, creating one of the most embarrassing episodes in Indian sports history.
  • Who's the dog hero of the raid that killed Osama?
    World News | Gardiner Harris, The New York Times | Thursday May 5, 2011
    The identities of all 80 members of the American commando team who thundered into Abbottabad, Pakistan, and killed Osama bin Laden are the subject of intense speculation, but perhaps none more so than the only member with four legs. Little is known about what may be the nation's most courageous dog. Even its breed is the subject of great interest, ...

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'Gardiner Harris The New York Times' - 12 News Result(s)

  • Obama Pick Engages Supreme Court Battle
    World News | Michael D. Shear, Julie Hirschfeld Davis and Gardiner Harris, The New York Times | Thursday March 17, 2016
    President Barack Obama on Wednesday nominated Merrick B. Garland to be the nation's 113th Supreme Court justice, choosing a centrist appellate judge who could reshape the court for a generation and become the face of a bitter election-year confirmation struggle.
  • Air Force One Is Obamas Favorite Perk, And In 2016 Hell Be Using It A Lot
    World News | Gardiner Harris, The New York Times | Sunday January 3, 2016
    With Washington increasingly consumed by the November elections, President Barack Obama will spend much of his final year in office traveling the country and the world.
  • Student Clockmaker Visits White House
    World News | Gardiner Harris, The New York Times | Tuesday October 20, 2015
    Ahmed Mohamed, the 14-year-old Texas boy who became a cause celebre after he was detained and handcuffed for taking a homemade clock to school, visited the White House on Monday for its second astronomy night.
  • NYT's Gardiner Harris Writes 'Delhi's True Menace Come From Its Air, Water, Food and Flies'. Do You Agree?
    Polls | Monday June 1, 2015
    These perils sicken, disable and kill millions in India annually, making for one of the worst public health disasters in the world, writes The New York Times' Gardiner Harris.
  • Pregnant Women in India Are Dangerously Underweight: Study
    Gardiner Harris, The New York Times | Tuesday March 3, 2015
    A child raised in India is far more likely to be malnourished than one from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Zimbabwe or Somalia, the world's poorest countries.
  • 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.
  • A Tournament Intent on Leading the World in Pampering Players
    Written by Gardiner Harris, The New York Times | Sunday February 1, 2015
    From berries and sushis to exquisite salons and awe-inspiring plunge pools, Australian Open has one of the world's best facilities in line for competing players
  • Communist Leader in India Stands Firm as His Party Shrinks
    Elections News | Gardiner Harris, The New York Times | Thursday May 15, 2014
    Trademarks include unimpeachable honesty, a nearly empty bank account.
  • Rival economists in public battle over cure for India's poverty
    India News | Gardiner Harris, The New York Times | Thursday August 22, 2013
    The battle between Amartya Sen, a Nobel Prize winner and Harvard professor, and Jagdish Bhagwati, an eminent professor at Columbia University, has broken out just as India's economy seems to be coming undone.
  • India's top tennis players agitate for better support
    Written by Gardiner Harris, The New York Times | Thursday January 10, 2013
    In comments to the news media, association officials have said they will no longer negotiate with the players and may cut off government grants to those who refuse to play next month. Some players receive government training grants of as much as 1.5 million rupees, or a little more than $27,000.
  • India's Olympic Association suspended by the International Olympic Committee
    Written by Gardiner Harris, The New York Times | Wednesday December 5, 2012
    The International Olympic Committee on Tuesday suspended the Indian Olympic Association for chronic violations of the international Olympic Charter, creating one of the most embarrassing episodes in Indian sports history.
  • Who's the dog hero of the raid that killed Osama?
    World News | Gardiner Harris, The New York Times | Thursday May 5, 2011
    The identities of all 80 members of the American commando team who thundered into Abbottabad, Pakistan, and killed Osama bin Laden are the subject of intense speculation, but perhaps none more so than the only member with four legs. Little is known about what may be the nation's most courageous dog. Even its breed is the subject of great interest, ...

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