Shiv Sena

The Takeover That Wasn’t

Haima Deshpande

Why Raj could not snatch the Shiv Sena away from Uddhav after Bal Thackeray’s death

Sullen Sainiks

Why Uddhav Thackeray is at risk of losing his party cadres

Mumbai after Thackeray

For now, it is advantage Uddhav

Not just another day for a photographer

A photographer’s account of Bal Thackeray’s funeral

Whose Mumbai Is It Anyway?

Instead of settling the issue of who rules Mumbai, the recently concluded civic body elections have thrown the field wide open

Terminal Decline

The Shiv Sena has rallied and riled Mumbaikars for half a century. But its end might be near

The Bal Thackeray Whimper

Unless the ageing leader pulls off a surprise this Dussehra, the Shiv Sena could well be history soon

Precarious Alliance

Shiv Sena ties up with Dalit leader Ramdas Athavale

Long Live Balasaheb

Shiv Sainiks believe that their party’s fortunes will revive soon. Not because of the infusion of fresh blood in the party’s leadership, but because 83-year-old Bal Thackeray’s health seems to be improving.

The Off-key Notes of a Sena Scion

Doing one thing and saying another is the signature tune of the Thackeray family. Take a look at young Aditya Thackeray’s record


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