Mumbai India terrorist attack


Lots of Mumbai news links at this site:

Mumbai, India News – Topix

Dec 24, 2008 Local news for Mumbai, India continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.


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The Taj Hotel in India is currently under attack. Another large hotel, as well as the huge train station were a few of 8-10 places targeted. More than 100 hostages are said to be held. Several terrorist were killed, a handful known to be captured. Some 11 police known to have been killed. Westerners are said to be prime targets. At least 78 dead and hundreds injured. Hostages are being held. No known demands.

Nine separate attacks are involved with the attack in Mumbai. Taj Hotel continues to burn. This area is a western hangout. Some released by terrorist stated that the hostage takers were looking for British and American citizens. These may be some of the hostages being held.}


Update; News on Dec. 1 2008

BBC News
Mumbai Attack Undermines India’s Political, Economic Confidence

4 hours ago

The Mumbai attacks that took the lives of at least 195 people pose an enormous political challenge to the Congress Party-led coalition government,


Update; Nov 29

Mumbai attack: British men ‘among the terrorists’, Bombay, India

Nov 29, 2008– British-men-among-the-terrorists-Bombay-India.html


Update; Nov 28

Two Va. residents missing in Mumbai attack |

Nov 28, 2008 FABER Two members of the Faber-based Synchronicity Foundation are missing after a group they were part of was caught in the terrorist


Update; 3:30pm ET Nov. 27

Last three terrorist reported killed in Taj Hotel

Gunmen reported still in Jewish center


Update:11:30am ET Nov. 27

At least 225 people have been killed, 327 known injured.

1.5 hours ago, several gunshots and a loud explosion within Taj Hotel.



Update 8:20pm EST Nov. 26 2008

Injured count is currently down to 120. Death toll 82. More shots heard at Taj Hotel. Most deaths were at the central train station.


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Mumbai Attack Video

Nov 26, 2008 Mumbai Attack Video – The Huffington Post. Video From CNN on the Mumbai terror attacks: Embedded video from CNN Video.