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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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And where does our government stand now that should be our intent," Thackeray questioned.
It is a first in the history of sorts where someone from the Thackeray family is contesting elections.
In the latest, Shiv Sena executive president Uddhav Thackeray has attacked the Congress and warned it against trying to remove the makeshift memorial at the ground.
Talking to media persons at Nashik on Sunday, Joshi had made it clear that come what may, the Shiv Sena would not renege from its stand and would go ahead with the construction of a memorial for late Thackeray.
Thackeray died aged 86 of cardiac arrest on Saturday.
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.
Indian mourners walk beside a truck carrying the body of Hindu hardline Shiv Sena party leader Bal Thackeray during his funeral in India
I have sent a message of get well soon to Mr Bal Thackeray," Ashraf told.
The dominant principle that informs Fisher's editing is to take as copy-text the earliest-available version of each portion of the work, whether that be a surviving fragment of manuscript, proof, or the Cornhill serial, and then to incorporate materials that provide, as precisely as can be determined, a record of any revisions made by Thackeray as the novel went from manuscript to proof to serial to first book edition.
Thackeray writing in the frontpage editorial in party mouthpiece Saamna published on Friday said, "I call upon the people to kill the demon in the form of Congress party" this Diwali (Hindu festival of lights) to dispel the darkness.
During the mid-Victorian era, William Makepeace Thackeray was one of the most famous literary figures in London.
Addressing the filmmakers who included Mahesh Manjrekar, Prasad Oak, Raju Patil, Kedar Shinde, Kishori Shahane and Madhura Jasraj, Thackeray assured them that multiplexes will have to allot primetime slots for Marathi films.