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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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"I am looking forward to playing something grey, something that is real, nuanced and where the audience can discover a new Amrita," added the actress, who received the Dadasaheb Phalke Excellence Award for the bilingual film 'Thackeray'.
But three months after being ordered by a court to carry out 270 hours of unpaid work and placed on the register for three years, UKIP have confirmed Thackeray, 56, has now been dismissed.
" 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.
Thackeray died aged 86 of cardiac arrest on Saturday.
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.
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.
The whole of Mumbai, better known as the country's financial capital, came to a standstill even as the funeral procession proceeded from Bal Thackeray's residence 'Matoshree' to the spot of the funeral at 'Shivaji Park'.
"I have sent a message of get well soon to Mr Bal Thackeray," Ashraf told.
Colby commented that "Thackeray has not been well served by the reprint industry." Even the best editions, he noted, suffer from "haphazard survival" of manuscripts and proof sheets, and from silent, arbitrary, sometimes changing choice of copy-text.