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Operation over at Hotel Taj
Commandos smoke out and kill three terrorists to reclaim historic building, ending a long battle that kept Mumbai and the nation on the edge.
Fans bid tearful adieu to Karkare, Unnikrishnan
Friends, family and thousands of mourners on Saturday joined to bid a tearful adieu to Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) chief Hemant Karkare and NSG commando Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan.
IB warned terrorists would intrude by sea
Did the Mumbai Police ignore warnings given by Intelligence Bureau that the ISI and Pakistan Navy are training terrorists for seaborne infiltration into India?
Mumbai attackers based outside India, says PM
In an address to the nation, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh says the attackers had come with a determination to create havoc in the commercial capital of India.
Taxi was meant to blow up Mumbai airport
Black and yellow taxi with three passengers that was blown apart in one of the blasts in Mumbai was headed for the airport, but the driver took the wrong road.
Commandos begin final assault
NSG commandos begin operation to flush out terrorists holed up in the two luxury hotels after a night of 12 gun-grenade strikes in Mumbai leaves 111 people dead and over 217 injured.
'Attackers entered Mumbai via sea'
India Today Principal Photographer Bhaskar Paul presents a first-person account of the attacks in Mumbai.
England team calls off India tour
England were to play the the remaining two ODIs of the seven-match series and two Test matches in the series. Mumbai's Brabourne Stadium was supposed to host the second Test between England and India from December 19.
Expert opinion: ‘Terrorists getting daring by the day’
Terrorists have upgraded their attacks from serial bomb blasts to an open strike this time, says Col R. Hariharan, a military intelligence specialist on fighting insurgency.
The bulletproof myth
Sandeep Unnithan explains why security forces die despite wearing 'bulletproof' jackets.
Mumbai attacks are challenge to the nation: Advani
The Mumbai terror attacks are unprecedented in nature and look different from those perpetrated by forces like SIMI, BJP leader L K Advani said.
Timeline: Mumbai’s terror nightmare
Gunbattles raged between terrorists and commandos and fresh explosions rocked the luxury hotels Taj and Trident (Oberoi) on Thursday morning after a night of terror across 12 places in Mumbai, which left at least 101 people dead and more than 287 injured.
PM condemns terror attacks in Mumbai
The Prime Minister's Office says that Manmohan Singh is in touch with Maharashtra Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh and is monitoring the situation.
Mumbai terror attacks: Advani speaks to PM
As Mumbai was struck by terror, Leader of the Opposition L.K. Advani on Wednesday night spoke to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh who confirmed incidents at five places in which at least 18 people were killed and 25 injured.
'Samjhauta Express bomb was assembled in Indore'
Hindu militant outfits are under the scanner of security agencies as clues point the suitcase bombs that blew up two bogies of Samjhauta Express train were assembled in Indore. An exclusive report.
Ahmedabad blasts: Gujarat police files chargesheet
The 2,000-page chargesheet was filed in the court of Metropolitan Magistrate G M Patel and the accused include SIMI activists Mufti Abu Basher, Safdar Nagori and Sajid Mansuri.
Malegaon blast: ATS arrests suspect in Kanpur
Facing scathing criticism for "defaming the Hindu leaders", finally the Mumbai ATS, investigating the Malegaon blast, arrested Dayanand Pandey from Kanpur on Wednesday afternoon.
ATS probling Purohit's role in Samjhauta train blasts
Investigators are also looking at the possibilities of Purohit and others arrested in the Malegaon blast being involved in other explosions like the 2004 Jalna blast and 2006 Nanded blast in Maharashtra.
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