User: divya_rrs Topic: Shivaji Statue in Bombay
Category: Statue
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Shivaji may force sealink to go under water 27.8.2008 TOI: Mumbai
The state government is all set to drop a proposal to construct a 4-km sealink between Malabar Hill and Nariman Point.
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Happy Birthday 30.7.2008 DNA: Opinion
Congratulations to DNA on completing three years. Although I buy some other newspapers too my family prefers to read DNA first. Keep up the lively reporting. -Deepak Chikramane, via email
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Travel: Alluring Alibag 20.7.2008 The Statesman
Travel: Alluring Alibag
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Colossal Undertaking 7.7.2008 Outlook
In Maharashtra, the giants are Shivaji and Ambedkar
Bronze Age Booming 7.7.2008 Outlook
Across a fractious India, identity battles are being waged figuratively. Statues are at war.
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Thackeray condemns attack on Ketkar's house 7.6.2008 DNA: Mumbai
Bal Thackeray has condemned the attack on the residence of Loksatta editor Kumar Ketkar, but in the same breath, also questioned Ketkar's alleged loyalty to Gandhi family.
Loksatta: Thackeray condemns attack 7.6.2008 The Statesman
Loksatta: Thackeray condemns attack
State govt to drop sealink for view of Shivaji statue 7.6.2008 DNA: Mumbai
The Vilasrao Deshmukh government is all set to drop nearly four kilometres of sealink between Malabar Hills and Nariman Point
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Deplorable 7.6.2008 Hindu: Opinion
The attack on Loksatta Editor Kumar Ketkar’s house by activists of the Shivsangram Sangathan in Thane was an extreme act of vandalism. Mr. Ketkar was right in criticising the Maharashtra government for its plan to ...
Hike in rice prices 7.6.2008 DNA: Opinion
Though the author has commented on the overall world scenario of food crisis, the situation is exactly what we see in our country. -NV Unnithan, Navi Mumbai
More arrests in Ketkar attack, NCP pulls up leader who backed it 6.6.2008 The Indian Express -- Front Page
Maharashtra police arrested three more people, including a civil engineer, on Friday for attacking the house of Loksatta editor Kumar Ketkar...
'All the problems have been solved. Now lets build a statue' 6.6.2008 Express India-- Front Page
This is the editorial that appeared in Loksatta on June 4 on the Maharashtra Govt's decision to install a massive statue of Shivaji off the coast of Mumbai.
NCP leader's men attack editor's house 6.6.2008 DNA: Mumbai
Activists of a social organisation, Shivsangram, attacked and vandalised Loksatta editor Kumar Ketkar's house in Thane for allegedly defaming Chhatrapati Shivaji in an editorial.
All the problems have been solved. Now lets build a statue 5.6.2008 The Indian Express -- Front Page
It appears that all the problems of Maharashtra have been solved. People are not only happy and contented but are looking forward...
For asking why a Shivaji statue, Loksatta Editors home attacked 5.6.2008 The Indian Express -- Front Page
Activists of a radical pro-Marathi organisation today attacked and vandalised the house of Kumar Ketkar...
I stand by my editorial: Loksatta editor 5.6.2008 Express India-- Front Page
Loksatta editor Kumar Ketkar has said that he stands by the opinion in his editorial about the statue of Shivaji.
Loksatta 5.6.2008 TOI: Cities
Shiv Sangram activists attacked the the house of Loksatta's editor, alleging that he had written a derogatory article about Maratha King Shivaji.
Thane: 5.6.2008 TOI: Cities
Shiv Sangram activists attacked the the house of Loksatta's editor, alleging that he had written a derogatory article about Maratha King Shivaji.
Shivaji statue proposal welcomed by Mumbaikars 4.6.2008 India eNews: Top Headlines
The state government's decision to install a 300-feet statue of Shivaji in the Arabian Sea off Mumbai has been largely welcomed by residents and political parties alike.
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Shivaji statue proposal welcomed by Mumbaikars 4.6.2008 India eNews: Politics
The state government's decision to install a 300-feet statue of Shivaji in the Arabian Sea off Mumbai has been largely welcomed by residents and political parties alike.
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