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Modi will take off where Uddhav did
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Shiv Sena makes U-turn, won't quit Narendra Modi cabinet

In a surprising turnaround, the Shiv Sena is not likely to withdraw its lone MP from the Narendra Modi cabinet after its acrimonious split with the BJP. Earlier, Sena president Uddhav Thackeray had said that party MP and Union heavy industries ... DNA India, 1 hour ago
In volte-face, Geete to stay in union cabinet Economic Times, 2 hours ago
Modi will take off where Uddhav did Indian Express, 4 hours ago

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Like in UP, Shiv Sena promises tablet computers, free Internet too

MUMBAI: The Shiv Sena, which has always projected itself as a hardcore Hindutva and tradition-loving organisation, is going tech savvy. In its soon-to-be-released election manifesto, the party would promise free tablet computers to every household ...
 Economic Times2 hours ago

Had Rajnath been BJP chief, alliance would have remained

In a veiled attacked on BJP chief Amit Shah, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray has said that he had told Rajnath Singh to continue as BJP President till the Maharashtra assembly elections and had he been at the helm of affairs the alliance would not ...
 Business Standard10 hours ago We Were Backstabbed After 25 Years of Alliance: Aditya Thackeray to NDTV  NDTV13 hours ago Uddhav to decide alliance after meeting PM  Deccan Herald22 hours ago Rajnath would have saved pact: Uddhav  The Freepress Journal4 hours ago
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Uddhav frowns at proposed Modi poll …

Mumbai, Oct 1 (IANS) Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray Wednesday wondered why has former ally BJP felt the need for holding "so many" election rallies by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Maharashtra. "They say that there is a 'Modi wave' in the ...
 Yahoo! India16 hours ago Uddhav Thackrey frowns at proposed Narendra Modi poll rallies in Maharashtra  Headlines India16 hours ago I got Rajya Sabha seat for Dalit leader Athawale, says Uddhav  First Post.com2 days ago Maharashtra polls: Uddhav Thackeray frowns at Modi rallies  IndiaTV News10 hours ago
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Cong, NCP will be BJP's targets at Maha hustings: Om Mathur

SHIRDI: After its bitter break-up with the alliance partner Shiv Sena in the run-up to October 15 Assembly elections recently, BJP today said it will train guns on the Congress and NCP during campaigning and its estranged partner will not be its ...
 Economic Times8 hours ago Cong, NCP will be BJP's main targets at Maha hustings  Business Standard9 hours ago Cong, NCP will be BJP's main targets at Maha hustings  Zee News9 hours ago Congress, NCP will be BJP's main targets at Maharashtra hustings: Mathur  Jagran Post8 hours ago
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Sikh group promises to back Sena

MUMBAI: The Maharashtra Sikh Association has announced its support to the Shiv Sena for the assembly elections. A delegation led by Sardar Daljit Singh Bal, president of the association, and Sardar Iqbal Singh Matharu, general secretary, met Sena ...
 Times of India3 hours ago Sikh community extends its active support to Shiv Sena in assembly poll  APN News9 hours ago

173 candidates to contest Maharashtra polls from Nashik

P, BJP, Shiv Sena and Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) remain in the fray in 15 assembly constituencies in Nashik district, collector Vilas Patil and returning officer said here today. He said that 313 candidates filled up nominations for 15 assembly ...
 Business Standard10 hours ago Maharashtra polls: 173 candidates to contest from Nashik  DNA India10 hours ago

Only puja, no speeches at Sena's Shivaji Park rally

For the first time in 48 years, the Shiv Sena's annual Dussehra rally at Shivaji Park, Mumbai will be held without fiery speeches. "We shall perform the traditional Dussehra puja at Shivaji Park, but there will be no speeches...The Dussehra speeches will be at the Borivali rally," Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray said today. The rally, first launched by Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray in 1966, has a significant event in Maharashtra politics. This year, however, will be different on ...
 Rediff.com11 hours ago Shiv Sena's Dussehra rally sans speeches this year  Yahoo! India12 hours ago For the first time ever, Shiv Sena's Dussehra rally sans speeches  Oneindia12 hours ago Shiv Senas Dussehra rally sans speeches this year  Nerve10 hours ago
Times of India

Men in underwear break into house, steal gold jewellery

CHENNAI: Two men clad only in underwear broke into the house of a Shiv Sena functionary near Tambaram and stole 20 sovereigns of gold jewellery after threatening his wife with a knife on Tuesday night. Police said the two men struck at the house ...
 Times of India5 hours ago

31 candidates withdrew in Nagpur

Nagpur city and district Shiv Sena chief Shekhar Sawarbandhe, who is contesting from Nagpur-South, remained in the fray though he quit his party post today and handed over the charge to district vice-president. "I have not left the party," he said in a ...
 Business Standard9 hours ago Talks fail, Sawarbandhe to contest as independent  Times of India1 day ago Shiv Sena Nagpur chief rebels; family feud in Katol  Asian Age4 days ago Maharashtra live: Shiv Sena candidates to file nominations by 27 Sept  First Post.com6 days ago
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