Mumbai terror attacks on 27the Nov 2008


Mumbai terror attacks on 27the Nov 2008

Rani Singh, a South Asia analyst, said Ms Singh has been studying the groups for several years and believes, while the attacks were in India, they are a global problem.
“I think that there are these kinds of groups incubating all over the world,” she warned.
As many as 125 people, including 14 police personnel, have been killed in the Mumbai terror attacks on 27the Nov 2008
  1.  TAJ MAHAL HOTEL: t is one of Mumbai’s best-known destinations, an elaborate building that looks out over the city’s waterfront.
  2. OBEROI-TRIDENT HOTEL:The hotel is very popular with business travellers and is located at Nariman Point, the city’s main business district, near the Bombay Stock Exchange.
  3. CHHATRAPATI SHIVAJI TERMINUS:The station, formerly Victoria Terminus, is one of the busiest railway stations in the country, handling thousands of passengers each day.It took 10 years to build, starting in 1878, and is famous for its Victorian gothic architecture. It was named a Unesco world heritage site in 2004.
  4. CAMA HOSPITAL::The Cama and Albless Hospital is a charitable hospital for women and children that was built in the late 1880s by a wealthy businessman.
  5. NARIMAN HOUSE:The centre acts as a centre for prayer and study, attracting many Jewish and Israeli visitors every year.
  6. CAFE LEOPOLD:Cafe Leopold is an old Mumbai institution, popular with foreign tourists and close to the Taj Mahal Palace hotel.

Helplines: Taj- 022-66574322, 022-66574372, 1800 111 825; Trident- 011-23890606; MEA control room – 91-11-23015300, 91-11-23012113 and 91-11-23013537. MEA fax number is 91-11-23018158

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One thought on “Mumbai terror attacks on 27the Nov 2008”

  1. these attacks were and are strongly condemnable and so are the acts of indian state terrorism in kashmir where every single day hundreds of lives are lost due to the attrocities carried out by the indian army.

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