Saturday, November 17, 2012

Bal Thackeray supremo of Shiv Sena dead

Bal Thackeray, Shiv Sena supremo passes

Breaking news of today - Shiv Sena Supremo Bal Thackeray who was in news from past week passed away today at 3: 30 pm as announced by the doctor.

On twitter topics such as "Sainiks" "Matoshree" trended atleast for 3 days starting this Tuesday. Previous reports of the doctors was that Bal Thackeray was recovering

More about Bal Thackeray:

Bal Thackeray original name was Balasaheb Keshav Thackeray born on 23 January 1926 and died today 17 November 2012 at the age of 86 was one of the famous Indian Politician and founder of Shiv Sena - A right wing Hinu Nationalist and Marathi ethnocentric party.

Balasaheb thackeray started his professional career as cartoonist with English daily - The Free Press Journal in Mumbai but left in the year 1960 to start and form his own political weekly Marmik.  Thackeray is also a founder of Marathi language newspaper Saamana.

On twitter RIP Bal Thackeray is started trending and tweeples started talking about the news, Around 20 tweets per 30 second recorded*

On  Mumbai streets :  Shops are getting closed due to the sad demise

One of the tweet related to Cremation :  Bal Thackeray dies: Cremation will be tomorrow, says Bharat Kumar Raut (Shiv Sena MP)”

 RIP Bal Thackeray. We've lost a great leader today. We are grateful to have witnessed such a powerful personality. Respect.

#RIP Bal Thackeray. You ensured #Mumbai was habitable, for that you will be missed.

Another trended topic related to the above news is RIP Balasaheb

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