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The first meeting of the India Today Board of Experts on Security and Terror finds the Government's response sorely wanting and anti-terror strategy yet to take off.
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India Today panel of experts on 'War on Terror' answer surfers' question.
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Mohan Menon
Retired IPS officer who also served in RAW
Murad Baig
Author of a book on Indian heritage
Dr Arup Kumar Sen Gupta
Writes that the media has a big role in bringing about the change.
Captain Dinyar Karai
Writes on the counter terrorism strategy that India needs.
Terrorism and Security
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While thousands of viewers throughout India declare war on terrorism, Headlines Today anchors pledge to bring a difference.
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India Today Group editors resolve to defeat terrorism
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No people have seen terror like Indians have. Over 18,000 citizens died in attacks in the last decade.
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2008: The Year of Terror
We bring together our previous stories, videos and photo galleries dealing with the spate of terror attacks across the nation.
From The Editor-in-Chief
On Pakistani army chief   Pledge to win this war
India at war   The network of terror
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The real boss   India's Al-Qaeda
Inside Pakistan, fear holds the key   Toughening the law
The republic of evil   Betrayed & savaged
Heavy mettle   From bad to battered
Don't do an America   New terror strategy
A harvest of terror   Inside the mind of the bombers
The ancestory of hate   Silence of the lambs
Homemade and deadly   The new terror
Grim tales   Terror capital
The nation that failed   How we can stop it
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The media should know its limits: NBA
Antulay offers to resign
War On Terror campaign kickstarts
Are we safe anywhere
Declaring war on terror
Mumbai then and now
Citizens' Charter
What You Can Do
Turn your concern into action. Five simple things you can do now, that can make a significant impact in our War on Terror:
1. Market Watch
Check whether markets you go to are secure. Start a boycott campaign if they are not.
2. Learn First Aid
Enroll in a first aid course so you can help in an emergency till medical professionals arrive.
3. Badger Your MLA
Push your local MLA for more public security measures.
4. Community Wardens
Volunteer to help in policing your neighbourhood by reporting suspicious activities.
5. Donate Freely
Look out for genuine charities that are supporting victims of terror and donate generously.
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The India Today Group presents a white paper, 'War on Terror: The Agenda for Action' to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
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SMS ‘WAR’ to52424
In case you come across any suspicious activity or have any information to tell the Anti-Terror Squad,
Dial All India Toll-Free
Terror Helpline No.1090
The identity of the caller will be kept a secret.
Here's a list of emergency numbers and addresses in 6 important cities.

We bring together stories, videos and pictures on terror attacks across the nation.
India Reacts
The prime purpose of the terrorists is to shatter the peace and unity of the country. The only way to defeat them is by defeating their mindless purpose-- stand with determined resilience with the people of the country irrespective of communal, linguistic and regional barriersn.
Swarnima Bhattacharya ,

Much has been spoken by the leaders, but no concrete work has been done so far. The ministry should not be headed by any politician but by some retired police or preferably some military official.
Shailendra Vikrant , Chandigarh