India's Cable Competition Gets Violent

Sehgal, Rashme
July 2000
Multichannel News;07/03/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 27, p19
Trade Publication
Focuses on the violence erupting from the competition between the cable television operations of Shiv Sena political party leader Bal Thackeray's daughters-in-law Madhavi and Smita Thackeray. Background of the Thackerays' competition for the cable television audience in Mumbai, India; Murder of party members due to the competition.


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