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To Chase A Moutain Rat

Shivaji's legacy is the battleground where the Shiv Sena-BJP and the Congress-NCP meet in mortal combat

To Chase A Moutain Rat
To Chase A Moutain Rat
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"Sharad Pawar, you are a blot on the Maratha community, you were born into Shivraya's (Shivaji Maharaj's) community by mistake."

—Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray

"The Shiv Sena has commercialised Shivaji, theirs is a sham commitment. Thackeray was present at the Mumbai rally when Prime Minister Vajpayee publicly opposed the state government's ban on Laine's book. Why did he keep mum then?"

—NCP president Sharad Pawar

 

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