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December 26, 2008
26/11: Picking up the pieces
Taj Hotels and Towers reopened in Mumbai on Sunday.
December 21, 2008
Taj opens its doors, again
Taj Hotels and Towers reopened in Mumbai on Sunday.
December 20, 2008
Trident all set to welcome guests
Trident Hotel executives look busy taking up calls before it's thrown open to the guests three weeks after the Mumbai terror attacks on Saturday.
December 15, 2008
'Patanjali yog peeth' pays homage to 26/11 victims
A public function organised by Baba Ram Dev's 'Patanjali yog peeth' in New Delhi pays homage to the martyrs of the Mumbai terror attacks and honours their relatives on Monday, December 15, 2008.
December 14, 2008
A peek inside Nariman House, Taj Hotel
Once buzzing with life, the Nariman House, a home away from home for Jews from all over the world, lies vacant after the Mumbai carnage on November 26.
December 13, 2008
India unites for a cause
Masses join the India Today movement with a firm resolve to never tolerate incidents like the Mumbai terror attacks in the future.
December 12, 2008
Hand-in-hand against terrorism
People of Mumbai formed human chains to protest against November 26 Mumbai terror attacks.
December 11, 2008
Leopold Café: Two weeks after the attack
The restaurant was one of the several targets of terrorists, who struck Mumbai on the night of November 26, 2008.
December 6, 2008
Security beefed up at Delhi airport
Security tightened at the IGI Airport following Bureau of Civil Aviation Security's terror alert in New Delhi.
A shaken Mumbai fights back
Mumbai limped back to normal after taking blows on November 26, 2008.
December 5, 2008
Mumbai: Then and now
A look at the terror-hit areas in Mumbai like Leopold Cafe, CST railway station, Hotel Taj and Oberoi Hotel.
December 4, 2008
Mumbai stands united against terror
Thousands of people gather to declare a war against terror in Mumbai.
Declaring war on terror
Thousands of people gather to sign on canvases in front of the Gateway of India in Mumbai during the 'Declare War on Terror' movement organised by the India Today Group on Wednesday, December 3, 2008.
December 3, 2008
Cartoonists' war on terror
Artists come out strongly through their cartoons against the terror strikes in Mumbai.
Rice in India to discuss terror
India is likely to share emerging evidence against elements in Pakistan in the Nov 26 Mumbai terror attacks when External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee meets US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
December 2, 2008
Signature campaign against Mumbai attack
Mumbaikars hold a signature campaign against the November 26 terror attacks in front of Oberoi Hotel in Mumbai on Tuesday, December 2.
Prez visits Mumbai attack victims
President Pratibha Patil, Maharashtra Governor S.C. Jamir and Maharashtra Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh visit the victims of Mumbai attack at Sir J.J. Hospital in Mumbai on Tuesday, December 2.
Mumbai limps back to normalcy
Security tightened at a Mumbai railway station after the deadly terror attack in the city on Tuesday.
When planets smiled on terror-hit Taj hotel
The Moon, Jupiter and Venus together flash a 'celestial smile' over Mumbai's Taj Hotel, one of the sites of the deadly terror attacks, on Monday, December 1, 2008.
December 1, 2008
Rabbi Gavriel's friend offers prayer at a synagougue
Rabbi Gavriel Noach Holtzberg and his wife, Rivka, of the Chabad-Lubavitch Jewish movement, were killed inside the Nariman House, in Mumbai.
R R Patil resigns as Dy CM of Maharashtra
R R Patil resigned from the post of Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra on Monday, December 1, 2008 after countrywide protests on his remarks terming the Mumbai terror attacks as 'small incident' in a 'big city'.
November 30, 2008
Hundreds pay tribute to Mumbai victims
Masses march on streets of Mumbai and in other parts of the country to light candles and pay homage to Mumbai terror victims. Citizens also demanded strong actions against terrorism.
Farewell to big-hearted soldiers
Many including film celebrities paid their tributes to the brave security officers who laid their lives in 59-hour long gun battles to kill the terrorists in Mumbai.
PM suggests Indian FBI
Leaders of all political parties met in Delhi on Sunday, November 30, 2008 to discuss the situation arising out of the terror attacks in Mumbai.
Taj tatters
Chairman of the Tata Group, Ratan Tata, visited the Taj hotel after terror attacks in Mumbai.
November 29, 2008
Media in the line of fire
Mediapersons braved the bullets to give up-to-date coverage on Taj Hotel drama.
Commandos in action
All people held hostage in the Oberoi have been rescued by security personnel. Both terrorists inside the hotel have been shot dead.
November 28, 2008
Rumours mar terror-hit Mumbai
Mumbai was marred with roumers as there was a report of firing at Marine Lines, which later turned out to be hoax.
Rescue operations at Nariman House
NSG commandoes take over Taj Hotel.
November 27, 2008
Rescue operations at Taj
Security personnel rescue hostages from the Taj hotel. A large number of people, many of them foreign nationals, were held hostage inside the hotel since Wednesday night.
Terror strikes at Taj Hotel
At least 101 people have been killed and over 287 injured in the attacks and gunbattle continued well into the next day as well.
Mayhem at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus
Blood was ameared all over the station and trains wore a deserted look as terror gripped the financial capital on November 26.
Terror grips Colaba
Colaba market was the first place to have been attacked by the terrorists.
Budhbar Park: where it all began
Terrorists are reported to have entered Mumbai via shore along the Budhbar Park. Police have found a yellow, inflatable boat used by the terrorists.
November 26, 2008
Terror strikes Mumbai again
Mumbai was once again the target of terror as militants massacred over 100 people including ATS chief Hemant Karkare, ACP Ashok Kante and encounter specialist Vijay Salaskar.
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