In the one year since his father, Shiv Sena founder Bal Thackeray's death, Uddhav may not have done much, but the coming months will show if it was time wasted or spent in useful strategy-making, says Mahesh Vijapurkar. It is normal media practice to analyse and judge a person and the organisation he leads at the end of a year, especially the first year. In the Shiv Sena’s case, it turns out to be the absence of a person from the scene for an entire year, and the performance of the heir ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
The senior-most leader of the Shiv Sena brought it upon himself during the party’s Dussehra rally, says Mahesh Vijapurkar. Manohar Joshi, easily the most articulate, senior-most leader after Bal Thackeray, the Shiv Sena’s founder, had reached positions which perhaps never believed to be in the realm of the possible, leave alone even reach -- the speaker of Lok Sabha. That he had reached there, on the ticket of a party which is not necessarily a believer in constitutionalism, is ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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