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    Shiv Sena spokespersons tried to justify the attacks and refused to apologize for their acts of violence. Shiv Sena got an entry in Guinness Book of World Records in 2010 for "collecting maximum blood in a day". Shiv Sena organized a blood donation camp which collected over 24,000 bottles of blood in a single day.

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    Shiv Sena (SHS, Marathi: शिवसेना, śivsenā; Shivajis Armee) ist eine nationalistisch-hinduistische regionale politische Partei im indischen Bundesstaat Maharashtra. Die Parteimitglieder oder -anhänger werden als Shiv Sainiks bezeichnet.

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    Shiv Sena (marathiksi शिवसेना, Śiv Senā, Shivajin armeija) on intialainen äärioikeistolainen puolue, jonka perusti poliittisia pilapiirroksia työkseen tehnyt Bal Thackeray vuonna 1966.

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    ]]Bombay was given to the East India Company in 1666, having formed a part of Catherine of Braganza's dowry to Charles II. At this time it consisted of a series of islands inhabited by the Kolis, fishermen from whom the southernmost island of the Bombay peninsula, Colaba, took its name. With its establishment as a Presidency town in the later seventeenth century Bombay began to attract migrants in large numbers from the Mughal port of Surat and elsewhere, notably Parsis and Gujaratis, both Hindu and Muslim. By 1849 out of a total city population of 566,119, the British classified 296,931 as Hindus, with the remainder made up on Muslims, Parsis, Indian Christians, Jews, Anglo-Indians and Europeans. Bombay boomed in the second half of the nineteenth century after the Governorship of Sir Bartle Frere, and became the most cosmopolitan city in India, with communities from every part of the subcontinent as well as Arabs and Baghdadi Jews. Until 1951 Marathi and Konkani-speakers were the m...

    As the president of the party Bal Thackeray takes all major decisions, and has claimed that he ran the Sena-Bharatiya Janata Party government of 1995 to 1999 with what he called a 'remote control.' Activists and members of the Shiv Sena call themselves Shiv Sainiks, and carry out most of the party's grassroot work. In recent times, Thackeray does not concern himself with day-to-day activities of the party, which is run by his youngest son Uddhav Thackeray. The recently refurbished Sena Bhavan located in the Dadar locality in Mumbai has served as the headquarters of the Sena since 1976.The Sena's shakhas(local offices) spread throughout the state of Maharashtra as well as in selected locations in other states decide upon most of the local issues in their particular cities or towns.

    Shiv Sena and industry

    Industrialists were generally satisfied with the Sena's clout—since Sena leader Thackeray's draconian control over the employees would ensure a peaceful work environment.

    Claims of benefits to Maharashtrians

    Supporters of the Sena have claimed that the party has benefited the Marathi Manus (Marathi man) in Mumbai, especially in the public sector.However, the Sena has allegedly done little to solve the problem of unemployment facing a large proportion of Maharashtrian youth during its tenure, in contradiction to its ideological foundation of 'sons of the soil.'

    Dharavi emancipation

    The Sena claims to have played a central role in the emancipation of 500,000 slum dwellers in the Dharavi area of Mumbai, the largest slum in Asia. The state's policy of giving free houses to slum dwellers has been mired in controversy ever since it was introduced by the Shiv Sena-BJP government a decade ago .

    The main controversy associated with Shiv Sena are media allegations of organized party violence against migrants to Maharashtra, Muslims and opposing parties/groups.The Shiv Sena protests have been known to sometimes break down into violence. The party has been involved in organized protests, pickets, market shutdowns and strikes that have been known to degenerate into violent clashes, such as their attack on the Zee TVchannel on February 8, 2006 in response to their broadcasting of a play that satirized their party.

    The novelist and Nobel laureate V. S. Naipaul mentioned the Shiv Sena in his book India: A Wounded Civilization: "There was one portrait. And interestingly, it was not of the leader of the Shiv Sena or of Shivaji, the 17 th century Maratha King, but of the long-dead Dr. Ambedkar...Popular-and near-ecstatic-movements like the Shiv Sena ritualize many different needs. The Sena here, honouring an angry and (for all his eminence) defeated man, seemed quite different from the Sena the newspapers wrote about." Naipaul asserts that there is a consistent media bias against Shiv Sena, expresses empathy with them and sees them as the only party who care about hygiene and health of the poor in the region. In an interview with Tehelka, Naipaul stated that Indian writers are out-of-touch with the ground realities of Shiv Sena and their activities with the lower classes of the region. Writer Suketu Mehta discussed the Shiv Sena in Maximum City, his 2004 book on Mumbai. Mehta interviewed Bal Thack...

    Template:CurrentThe Shiv Sena achieved electoral victories in local Maharashtra elections on February , 2007, together with their partner the Bharatiya Janata Party in the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, and are set for another five-year term . They have achieved this on the platform of preference to Maharashtrians, which appealed to their vote bloc . The Sena-led combine, which had suffered serious reverses in all the assembly by-elections in the past two years got a bare majority on its own by winning 111 of the 227 seats. Out of the declared 226 seats, the Sena has won 83 seats, BJP 28, the left-wing opponents, the Indian National Congress won 71, and other opposition groups NCP won 14 while MNS won 7 .

    Books - Marathi 1. Bhosale, Harshad (2004): ‘Mumbai Mahanagarpalika Nivadnuk’ in Palshikar Suhas and Nitin Birmal (eds), Maharashtrache Rajkaran Pratima, Pune. 2. Maharashtratil Sattantar, Vora Rajendra and Suhas Palshikar, Granthali, Mumbai 1996 3. Bhosale,Harshad(2006),"Mumbaichya Vikasacha Arthik,Rajakiya Ani Samajik Sandarbha",in Bi monthly APLA PARAM MITRA, Sept-oct-2006,year 5,issue-3. Books - English 1. Ethnicity and Equality: The Shiv Sena Party and Preferential Policies in Bombay, MF Katzenstein - 1979 - Cornell University Press 2. Warriors in Politics: Hindu Nationalism, Violence, and the Shiv Sena in India, S Banerjee - 2000 - Westview Press 3. The Sena Story, Purandare Vaibhav, Business Publications, Mumbai,(1999) 4. The Charisma of Direct Action: Power, Politics, and the Shiv Sena, JM Eckert - 2003 - Oxford University Press 5. Nativism in a Metropolis: The Shiv Sena in Bombay, D Gupta - 1982 – Manohar (OUP 1996) 6. Shiv Sena: An Assessment,Palshikar, Suhas, Department o...

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    Shiv Sena (Marathi: शिव सेना Śiv Senā, let. "esercito di Shiv", o comunemente anche chiamato Bandar Sena), è un partito politico/terrorista dell' estrema destra indiana, fondato il 19 giugno 1966 da Balasaheb Thackeray.

  9. Shiv Sena - Dharmapedia Wiki

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    Shiv Sena (Marathi: शिवसेना) (IAST: Śiva Sēnā) (translation; Army of Shivaji), also known by the name Sena, is an Indian far-right regional political party. Its ideology is based on pro- Marathi ideology and Hindu nationalism ( Hindutva ), founded on 19 June 1966 by political cartoonist Bal Thackeray . [1]

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