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Thackeray

William Makepeace. 1811--63, English novelist, born in India. His novels, originally serialized, include Vanity Fair (1848), Pendennis (1850), Henry Esmond (1852), and The Newcomes (1855)
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Remembering Balasaheb Thackeray on his birth anniversary.
The first promotional posters of the Hindi biopic - to be directed by Abhijit Panse - was unveiled by Uddhav Thackeray amid thunderous applause.
Exposed about A spokesman said: "In order that everything was done properly and correctly under European employment law, the process by which Mr Thackeray ceased employment with his employer was more extended than expected.
But Thackeray was sore at the fact that while his Shiv Sainiks continued to buy the Saamna dutifully, they were more interested in what the Loksatta had to say each morning, and took Tikekar rather more seriously than their own editor and party leader.
There will be no compromise on the issues of people," a source who attended the meeting quoted Thackeray as saying.
Despite growing public criticism and political isolation, the Shiv Sena seems dogged to its demands on the memorial for its late founder Bal Thackeray at Shivaji Park.
Almost all the top film personalities of Indian cinema 'Bollywood' and leading political leaders congregated at the Shivaji Park to pay their last respects to Thackeray.
MUMBAI Mourners were expected to throng Mumbai's streets on Sunday to bid farewell to Bal Thackeray, chief of the extremist Hindu nationalist Shiv Sena party and one of India's most divisive politicians.
Indian mourners walk beside a truck carrying the body of Hindu hardline Shiv Sena party leader Bal Thackeray during his funeral in India
He breathed his last at around 3:30pm," Dr Jalil Parkar, who treated the Sena supremo, told reporters after emerging from Thackeray residence this evening.
Bal Thackeray, the Shiv Sena supremo who died on Saturday after prolonged illness, established the Marathi newspaper, Saamna, in 1988 and Hindi newspaper, Dopahar Ka Saamna, in 1993.
I have sent a message of get well soon to Mr Bal Thackeray," Ashraf told.