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List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby shiv » 14 Jul 2011 17:37

cross post
SandeepA wrote:Is there a list of the blast victims (killed or injured) somewhere? Need to understand the general profile of the intended target for these terrorists.

Added later:
Ok found a list of some of the victims who were killed

http://www.deccanchronicle.com/channels/nation/west/list-dead-mumbai-serial-blasts-734


Bombay Hospital:

1. Himmatbhai Kalubhai Gadiya, Male, 49

J.J. Hospital:

2. Guman Singh Mohar Singh Rathod, Male, 35
3. Lalchand Ahuja, Male, 45

Harkisandas Hospital:

4.Mohan Nair, Male, 46
5. Tushar Kolambe, Male, 30
6. Sunil Kumar Jain, Male
7. Unknown
8. Unknown
9. Unknown

Saifee Hospital:

10. Tushar Rameshchandra Shah, Male 48
11. Sandip Champaklal Shah, Male, 38
12. Ajgar Darodia, Male
13. Unknown

G.T. Hospital:

14. Rajesh Khamji Khedekar, Male, 28
15. Pankaj Soni, Male 22
16. Premraj Motilal Soni, Male, 45
17. Kisan Shivsadan Mandal, Male, 35

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby A_Gupta » 14 Jul 2011 19:18

http://www.mid-day.com/news/2011/jul/13 ... pitals.htm

Bombay Hospital
Sr. No.
1 Ravindra Boar, Male, 27 years
2 Gurfan Nagori, Male, 22 years
3 Shivaji Patil, Male, 25
4 Hitesh Shah, Male, 33
5 Prajapati, Male, 45 years
6 Avinash Tanka (Nikhil), Male, 24 Year
7 Bhavesh Bhai Bhimjibhai, Male, 32 year
8 Bhiman Bilel, Male, 24
9 Joshi Ashita Prakash, Female, 40 year
10 Nikhil Tamka, Male, 24
11 Injured - Himmatbhai Kalubhai Gudiya, Male, 49
KEM Hospital
12 Mankeshwar Vishvakarma, Male, 48
13 Shirish Kandgaonkar, Male, 45
14 Varsha Karia, Female, 25
15 Dhananjay Adhikari, Male, 62
16 Ludhiana D'soza, Male,
17 Indabai Palve, Female, 60
18 Injured - Prabhavati Bhuwad, Female, 25
19 Injured - Abhinav Shivaji Rao, Male, 25
Sushrusha Hospital
20 Nitin Choudhari, Male, 23

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby A_Gupta » 14 Jul 2011 19:26

http://ibnlive.in.com/news/mumbai-blast ... 15-53.html

I'm unable to access the list itself due to a firewall problem.

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby ramana » 16 Jul 2011 02:27

Tribune News Service

Suicide attack theory bombs

Mumbai: The authorities have ruled out the possibility of suicide bombers carrying out Wednesday's deadly attacks in Mumbai following the identification of a man, whose severed head was recovered from the blast site in Zaveri Bazar. The man has been identified as Kishan Shivcharan Mandal (35), a migrant labourer from Orissa. —TNS

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby Dmurphy » 07 Sep 2011 10:18

Live! 2 feared dead, 24 injured in Delhi high court blast

http://news.rediff.com/commentary/2011/ ... pdates.htm

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Postby A_Gupta » 07 Sep 2011 21:44

http://news.outlookindia.com/item.aspx?733928
Friends asked him to skip his day in Delhi High Court to celebrate their classmate's birthday but 21-year-old Amanpreet Singh, interning there, did not budge and had to pay with his life.

Singh, a first-year LLB student, was interning at High Court and died in the blast outside the court complex this morning.


http://news.outlookindia.com/item.aspx?733914
An 87-year-old man was the oldest among the 11 killed in the bomb blast in the Delhi High Court this morning which also claimed the life of a 55-year-old woman.

The youngest among the victims was 21-year-old Amanpreet from Guru Nanakpura in south-west Delhi.

Nizamuddin (87), who resided in Daryaganj, was the oldest among those killed in the blast that rocked the High Court at 10:14 am while Nalini Aggarwal from Vasant Vihar was the lone woman victim among the 11.

Another octagenarian among the victims was Inderpal Singh Anand (80), who resided in Geeta Colony in east Delhi.

The other victims were Darshan Lal Jain (75) from Shalcti Nagar, Harish Dutt Joshi (68) from Naraina, Pawan Bansal (62) from Gurgaon, Mehtab Singh Dabas (57) from Ghewra village, Ashok Kumar Sharma (55) from Palam, Vinod Jeswal (54) from Sarai Rohilla and Veerpal (52) from Gandhi Nagar.

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby ranjbe » 08 Sep 2011 05:20

Complete list of names of victims of Delhi High Court blast.
The 11 lives Lost

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/the-11-lives-lost/843267/

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby Manu » 08 Sep 2011 23:44

It's 13 Lives Lost now...

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby chaanakya » 10 Sep 2011 15:14

Tuticorin port official among Delhi blast victims
He travelled a long way from Tuticorin, a port town in the country's southern tip, to the national capital on official duty, but destiny took him even farther away.

P. Pathiran, 57, Superintending Engineer with the V.O. Chidambaranar Port Trust, Tuticorin, succumbed on Thursday night to critical injuries he suffered in the bomb blast at the Delhi High Court on Wednesday.

The nodal officer in the Port Trust for projects on Public Private Partnership mode, Pathiran had gone to the High Court to file a reply on behalf of the port to a petition questioning the PPP policy. As ill-luck would have it, he was waiting in a queue to get an entry pass when the bomb went off. He was among the 13 persons killed in the explosion.

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby Manu » 12 Sep 2011 13:53

^ A case of bad luck made worse, due to the language barrier. Apparently, the man and his family only spoke Tamil, and no Hindi. His death came after recovering from surgery, of a heart attack. He was complaining of chest pains, but could not express himself properly to the staff at RML and died of a heart attack. Ishwar inki aatma ko shanti dain.

A miasma of fatalism seems to hang over the entire "administration" of Delhi.

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby Sanku » 15 Sep 2011 12:32

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/191 ... -toll.html

Delhi High Court blast toll rises to 14
A 34-year-old victim of the Delhi High Court blast succumbed to injuries at a hospital here this morning, taking the toll in the terror attack to 14.

Mridul Bakshi, who was seriously injured in the blast on September 7, died around 4 AM, doctors at the Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital said.

Doctors said Bakshi had suffered multiple injuries on his head, chest, hands and legs.
Mridul, a resident of Okhla in south Delhi, is survived by wife and a six-month-old son.
His brother Vinod Bakshi said that Mridul, who was working in the marketing field, had gone to the High Court on that fateful day for some official work. Mridul was blessed with a child after six years of marriage
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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby Manu » 18 Sep 2011 02:14

Delhi blast toll now 15

The blast which took place outside the Delhi high court on September 7 has claimed another life, taking the toll up to 15. Seventy-six people had been injured in the blast.

Rattan Lal Shroff, 64, a resident of Delhi's Model Town, died at the Trauma Centre of Ram Manohar Lohia hospital on Saturday.
Shroff had been severely injured. Both his legs had to be amputated and he underwent several operations on his chest over the last 10 days.

His condition deteriorated since Tuesday after he developed infection in his lungs.

Despite putting him on strong antibiotics, the doctors could not stop the infection from spreading.

"He went into septic shock, which eventually caused his death," said one of the doctors attending on him.

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby saadhak » 01 Oct 2011 13:31

Toll in 13/7 Mumbai triple blasts climbs to 27
Sep-15-2011
MUMBAI: The toll in the July 13 Mumbai triple blasts climbed to 27 with one more injured succumbing here Thursday evening, an official said.
The victim has been identified as Prashant H. Joshi, 34, and he breathed his last around 2.50 p.m., at Sir JJ Hospital where he was undergoing treatment for the past two months, the hospital dean TP Lahane said.

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby A_Gupta » 04 Dec 2011 12:50

http://expressbuzz.com/magazine/down-th ... 38932.html
Down the memory hole of terrorism
Four days after the third anniversary of the terror attacks on Mumbai, six suspected Indian Mujahideen operatives, including a Pakistani national, were arrested from across the country for their alleged involvement in several blast cases, including in Delhi. With these arrests, investigators claimed to have solved several blast cases, including the German Bakery case in Pune, the Chinnaswamy Stadium blast in Bangalore and the Jama Masjid shooting case.

But that’s hardly any consolation to the victims of terrorism — the injured as well as the kin of those killed — as they struggle through their forever changed lives. Snehlata Choudhary is one of them. A 26/11 widow, she’s at her wits end to decide what’s worse – losing her husband or doing the rounds of the Secretariat in the hope of getting a promised petrol pump dealership. Her husband Murlidhar Chowdhary was a Railway Protection Force jawan posted at Mumbai CST and died a martyr in the carnage. “Time has not healed my wounds. It still feels like yesterday when I called my husband to inquire what was delaying him. His colleague answered the phone to tell me he had been killed,” Snehlata remembers.

Thirty-seven year old Rakesh Chavan, a private security guard who was shot at by a terrorist while accompanying NSG commandos as they cleared the Taj Hotel, regrets he can’t play cricket anymore because of the limp in his leg. He still harbours the hope that he would be reabsorbed in the Taj Hotel security detail in recognition of his services rendered.

In Orissa’s Balasore, Satyananda Behera of Chalisimedha village sits idle. He has no choice; he can’t even stand. Satyananda is the only victim from Orissa who received bullet injuries during the 26/11 attacks. He then was working at a small restaurant near the Victoria Terminus (VT) railway station and had a regular income, most of which he sent home. A handicapped Satyananda now struggles hard to eke out a living and manage his four-member family. Despite the tall claims of the Centre and the Maharashtra government he is yet to get the full compensation amount and a job assured to him. “I had received a letter from the Home Ministry to get a compensation of `3 lakh. But so far I have got only `50,000 each from the Railway Ministry and Maharashtra government. A job in the railway department is still a distant dream,” he says.

Not far away, in the satellite town of Navi Mumbai, Ganpat Anap keeps a brand new shirt in its original package in remembrance of his son Atul who died of injuries sustained in Pune’s German Bakery blast of February 13, 2010. For Anap, a former World Bank consultant, the shirt that his son purchased on the same day is one of the cherished memories of his son. “After making the purchase, Atul rang at about 2.30 in the afternoon and told me about the shirt,” says Anap. Atul, a telecom engineer, a brilliant student and accomplished sportsperson, was loved by all. “We retrieved their car that was parked near German Bakery and I found the shirt he had bought for me,” says Anap.

Further north, in Varanasi, 25-year-old Darakhta Anjum continues to grieve the loss of her husband Kamaruzzama in the Varanasi blasts of November 23, 2007 which killed nine per sons. “I can only wail against my fate,” says Anjum. She tried picking up the threads of her life that was shattered by the blast, getting married again. It did not work, and she’s back with her father now. Except for monetary compensation from the state and Central governments, none of the promises made to Anjum have been kept. “The state government had announced that Anjum would get a house in Varanasi. But later on, they put a condition that if Anjum would remarry the house would not be given,” says Anees, Anjum’s father, who has retired from a Class IV government job.

In the deep south, memories of Coimbatore’s serial blasts that killed 46 and injured 200 at 11 locations across the city on February 14, 1998 may have gone cold, but for the unfortunate victims the nightmare doesn’t end. K Ganesh miraculously survived a powerful explosion that went off hardly 20m from him in the textile shop where he was working as a salesman. He carries the memories of the blast in more than just his mind. Doctors have been unable to completely remove the hundreds of iron nails that pierced his body. “They took out a bowl full of iron nails from my body soon after the incident. But they told me it is impossible to remove all of them,” says Ganesh. He has to gobble nearly six tablets everyday to kill the pain and to make sure the infection does not spread. “I don’t even remember how many times my body has been operated upon since the blasts,” says Ganesh.

In Hyderabad, where 42 persons died in two near-simultaneous blasts on August 25, 2007, Asadullah Khan breaks down as he remembers the death of his son Akramullah. Minutes before he fell victim to the blast at Gokul Chat Bhandar, 21-year-old Akramullah had called his mother Jilani Begum to know if she wanted something from the eatery. Akram was accompanying two of his five sisters as they bought books. He left them in an auto to step into the shop, only to die. Akram was devoted to his family and as his father was suffering from high blood pressure, he managed the house. “He was a gem,” says Asadullah.

With Ganesh N, Subhash Mishra, J Santhosh, Hemant Kumar Rout, Vikram Sharma and Mouli Mareedu

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby ramana » 17 Feb 2012 01:43

MHA says:
MHA: Most terror cases have been solved
Under attack by the Opposition over investigations into terror cases, the home ministry tried to put the record straight on Thursday by claiming that 'almost all major terror cases' had been solved.

The BJP had alleged no terror cases have been solved by the investigating agencies in the last eight years.

The ministry said in its statement that more arrests were expected in the terror cases allegedly involving the right wing extremists.

"The National investigation Agency (NIA) has recently arrested Kamal Chouhan and it is expected that more arrests will be made leading to the solving of these cases," the statement said.

The ministry, however, accepted that three terror cases - the 2008 Mehrauli blast, 2006 Jama Masjid blasts in Delhi, and the 2010 Varanasi blast - remain unsolved so far.

Giving an overall picture of the terror cases investigation, the ministry statement said: "Since May, 2000 there have been 46 major terrorist incidents. Of these, all but 7 cases have been solved. In 9 cases, convictions have been obtained. Of the remaining 30 cases, chargesheets have been filed in 29 and trial has commenced in 19 cases. Two cases ended in acquittals."


How does this compare to our database?

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby ramana » 26 Feb 2012 06:18

Can someone put this data from SATP in a visual format?

TIA, ramana

http://www.satp.org/satporgtp/southasia ... ities.html

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby Nikhil T » 18 Mar 2012 06:12

Flash: 2 Italian tourists kidnapped in Orissa by Maoists. NDTV.

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby uddu » 24 Jan 2013 05:58

It always happen. Maoists are too keen on kidnapping Italians and Italians are too keen to visit Maoist hideouts.

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby Singha » 15 Feb 2013 11:51

and they will be released unharmed in a few days once the Ej-Maoist deal they were sent to negotiate is done.

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby sadhana » 23 Feb 2013 08:58

List of 16 victims of Hyderabad blasts of 21 Feb 2013

1. Md Rafiuddin (22) of Patancheru

2. Izaz Ahmed of Amberpet

3. Vijay Kumar (23), MBA student

4. Mutyala Rajasekhar (25), MBA student

5. A Ramulu of Osmania University area

6. R Shivani of Dilsukhnagar

7. Gonta Tirupati of Warangal

8. Srinivas Reddy

9. Pani Kulkarni (45) of Batsangvi in Bidar district of Karnataka

10. Harish Karthik (25) of Saroornagar

11. Venkateswarlu, employee of Animal Husbandry department

12. Anand (21) of Sunnipenta village

13. Amanullah Khan (45) of Chanchalguda

14. Sudhakar Rao of Karimnagar

15. Machchu Giri (21) of Mahbubnagar district

16. Ch Kalaji of Rajasthan.

http://www.indiatvnews.com/news/india/l ... 20396.html

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby shiv » 13 Mar 2013 16:43

http://www.timesnow.tv/Militants-attack ... 423011.cms
Militants attack CRPF camp, 5 jawans, two ultras killed
13 Mar 2013, 1154 hrs IST, AGENCIES

Meanwhile, the deceased CRPF personnel have been identified as Assistant Sub Inspector A B Singh, constables Om Prakash, L Parmol, Subhash and Satish Shah. The injured personnel included Sub Inspector Ashok Kumar, constables Jeevan Kishore, A R Parveen, T Bharatbhai, G Yadesh and Ram Prasad.

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby ramana » 01 Apr 2013 20:45

X-post...
krisna wrote:Nos Of Indians Killed In Bomb Blasts 1993 To 6-3-2013
Ever since the 1993 Mumbai Blasts Indians have got used to blasts at regular intervals. This article has compiled the number of Indians dead in blasts from 1993 to 6th March 2013. Numbers are based on media reports. It excludes those dead in the Khalistani/Kashmiri terrorist movements and Assam violence.

1,446 Indians died and 4,333 were injured during bomb blasts as per attached PDF file. To read PDF file click here


AMybe we should have a memorial to the unknown bomb victim and have a statue or plaque in Teen Murti House as monument to the INC's hands tied/votebank approach to terrorism.

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby Sanku » 03 May 2013 14:02

This is what terrorism does

After a being comatose and in a vegetative state for seven years, Amit Singh died last evening. He died on May 2, but terrorists had taken his life that July evening when the bomb they had planted on the local train he was travelling on inflicted such severe head injuries that he could never speak, walk, eat, laugh again.


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"Chottu, how much do you sleep? Look at mummy. Ok, loosen your knees beta, listen to mummy. Very good, loosen it a little more, so that mummy can massage it. You need to have strong bones, how else will my beta walk..."

Meena Singh's voice drifts through the corridor as she talks to her son as if he was a toddler again. Her meeting a few hours ago with Dr R D Nagpal, the neurosurgeon who has been Amit's doctor, had brought little hope but her voice does not betray those feelings.

She talks to him with excitement, urging him to make contact with her eyes, cajoling him to loosen his taught limbs, her eyes bright, her voice breaking into a laugh, in the hope that something -- anything -- would make her son respond to her.

Her belief that Amit will rise again and walk out of the hospital is rock solid. And she speaks about it with a certainty and a faith that only a mother can have.


Read it all, if you can.

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby ramana » 11 Jul 2013 18:50

Seven years since the Mumbai train blasts:

http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/1858970/ ... rain-blast

No perpetrator has been caught yet.

Great job Mumbai Police.

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby ManuT » 25 Jul 2013 17:12

Batla House verdict: martyred cop MC Sharma's wife demands maximum punishment for guilty

Published On: July 25, 2013 | Duration: 2 min, 30 sec

http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/news/m ... od-related


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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby ramana » 28 Oct 2013 03:46

Images of the injured in Patna Blast by IM module. Four members arrested with one wounded by the bomb at the railway station.

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby Vayutuvan » 29 Dec 2014 05:18

Is it too early for this from Mort ji to go here? One woman dies in Bangalore blast Dec 28, 2014.

38-year-old Bhavani Devi, a resident of Mount Road in Chennai, died in the blast. She had come to Bangalore four days ago to celebrate Christmas with her family and was with her two daughters and eight other family members when the blast occurred.

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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby ramana » 13 Jan 2015 22:12

This Republic Day we should have a roll of honor and read the names in this thread to honor the victims of terror. Make this a new RD tradition.


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Re: List of victims of Terrorist attacks in India

Postby Manish_P » 27 Jul 2015 20:09

Terror attack in Gurdaspur in Punjab

The terrorists have killed six persons-- three civilians and three policemen including Superintendent of Police (Detective), Baljit Singh, a Punjab provincial service officer, police said.


Martyred SP Baljit Singh’s father too died in a terror attack

Baljit Singh, the police officer, who was killed in the gunbattle with terrorists in Gurdaspur district on Monday, was a son to a policeman who too was killed by militants during the height of militancy in Punjab in 1984.


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Postby A_Gupta » 28 Jul 2015 20:32

http://indianexpress.com/article/india/ ... 1-yrs-ago/

Gurdapur Superintendent detective Baljeet Singh

In 1984, Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) Achhar Singh was killed by militants in Bhikhiwind, Tarn Taran while on a combing operation. His son Baljit was recruited as an ASI on compassionate grounds. On Monday, Baljit, now SP (Detective), met the same fate as his father — he was shot in the head during the firefight at Dinanagar.

Baljit is survived by his wife, two daughters and son. From Dhandowal in Kapurthala, the family lives in Preet Nagar in Kapurthala.

“We never imagined that 31 years later, he would meet the same fate as his father,” Vandana, a family friend said. She said Baljit and his wife, Kulwant Kaur, had been preparing for the wedding of a daughter who got engaged recently.

“He was a thorough professional, devoted to his work. He always led from the front. Even today, he was doing just that,” Vandana said. His wife, who has a heart condition, was told that he had met with an accident and was critical. “She perhaps realised that he was no more. She has gone into shock,” another family friend said.


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http://www.tribuneindia.com/news/punjab ... 12266.html


Amarjeet Singh, a dhaba owner, was also killed in the attack.

My father usually opens the dhaba around 5am. When the terrorists struck, he was cooking in the kitchen. On hearing gunshots, he came out and terrorists shot at him too. —Ranjit Kumar, son of a dhaba owner killed in the attack.



Injured:

* Punjab Home Guard Jawan Rajinder Kumar sustained a gunshot injury in the abdomen
* Head Constable Ram Lal, hit in the arm and in the left leg.
* Inspector-rank officer Balbir Singh
* Civilians Tarun Lahotra, Raman Kumar, Satish Kumar and Satinder Singh
* Dinanagar SHO Mukhtiar Singh (forearm)
* Head Constable Ranjit Singh (bullet to the knee)

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http://www.firstpost.com/india/punjab-c ... 68026.html

The chief minister will also visit the families of three Punjab Home Guards Des Raj, Bodh Raj and Sukhdev Singh, who "attained martyrdom while displaying unparalleled valour, commitment and patriotism during the call of their duty".

He will also meet the bereaved families of three civilians killed in the terrorist strike - Amarjeet Singh, Nirmala Devi and Ghulam Rasul - in Dina Nagar.


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http://indianexpress.com/article/india/ ... ts-killed/

Among the civilians killed were Ghulam Rasool, a patient in a nearby hospital, and Nirmala Devi, an attendant of a patient in the hospital. {The terrorists} opened fire on passengers of a moving Punjab roadways bus before targeting a community health centre adjacent to Dinanagar police station.


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PS: there are more and slightly different details here:
http://indianexpress.com/article/india/ ... -his-shop/

AMARJEET, 55
Like any other day, Amarjeet woke up at 4 am on Monday to cater to the early morning customers at his “chhole-kulcha” outlet in Dinanagar market, about 200 metres from the police station. His younger son, Ankur, gave him a ride on his motorcycle, from their home in Jagatpur village, about 10 kilometres from Dinanagar market.

Amarjeet arrived at his shop at about 5 am. He was killed about 12 minutes later. “I saw three persons in army uniform firing at him while he was standing outside his shop,” said an eyewitness. Amarjeet died on the spot.

“What wrong had we done… my husband was killed for no fault of his,” said his wife, Kiran. Amarjeet was the only earning member of his family.


NIRMALA DEVI, 45
Nirmala Devi was in Kiran Hospital, located near the police station, to take care of her ailing daughter, Sonia. Their room was on the first floor of the hospital building.

“We heard firing. Suddenly, my mother was hit in the stomach, a second bullet hit her in the back. A third bullet hit a hospital staffer who came in front of me,” recalled Sonia.

Employed as a Class IV worker in a private school with a monthly salary of Rs 2,400, Nirmala, a resident of Awankha village near Dinanagar, was the only earning member of her family.

Her husband died 15 years ago in a boat capsize incident.


I haven't been able to find the name of the injured hospital staffer.

GHULAM RASOOL, 80
Rasool was admitted to Kiran Hospital on Sunday. “I was with him in the hospital, but came home last night,” said his daughter-in-law, Salima.

She was making breakfast for him, when she heard that he had been shot.



Injured:
Apjeet Singh and Jarnail Singh, outside the police station. The injured, employees of Tata Communications, were engaged in some cable repair work.


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Salamuddin's father, Ghulam Rasool, a shepherd, was one of the civilians killed. He had been admitted to Kiran Medical Care Private Hospital at 2 am on Monday morning after he complained of stomach pain. The hospital lies cheek by jowl with the police buildings. Lying on a bed next to one of the windows on the first floor, Rasool was hit by a stray bullet.


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7/11 Verdict: Father lives through granddaughters, says ‘my daughters are coming back’ - See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/cities ... 8id1y.dpuf

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Army colonel killed in Kashmir encounter

An army colonel of the elite Para Commando force was today killed and a policeman injured after coming under fire from militants in a forest area of Kashmir where the officer was leading a search party to flush out the hiding ultras.

Colonel Santosh Mahadik, 39, commanding officer of 41 Rashtriya Rifles, was critically injured during the operation in the Haji Naka forest area of Kupwara near the Line of Control with Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, officials said.


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Postby Amber G. » 02 Jan 2016 21:34

Pathankot incident - please update/correct
https://twitter.com/ShivAroor/status/683296792608260096
https://twitter.com/ShivAroor/status/683294134979825664
https://twitter.com/ShivAroor/status/683372741546778624
>>Per Manu Pubby, our causality occurred at the entry point and majority are DSC personnel.
5 DSC personnel martyred, with 3 succumbing to injuries.
Kulwant Singh, who made the supreme sacrifice guarding the Pathankot Air Force base today.
Fateh Singh, who made the supreme sacrifice guarding the Pathankot Air Force base today. RIP Brave.
Gursewak Singh the martyred Garud(IAF commando), is being talked about as the main saviour. His unspecified bravery saved a major disaster apparently

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Postby A_Gupta » 29 Mar 2016 22:11

While the terrorist attack was in Belgium, by ISIS:
Raghavendran Ganesan, 30, employee of Infosys.

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Postby Rahul M » 19 Sep 2016 00:38

time to update this thread . if someone finds the names of our martyrs in today's attack please post here.

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Postby A_Gupta » 11 Jul 2017 04:39

Names of the martyred Amarnath yatris:
http://www.ndtv.com/india-news/police-r ... ra-1723085
As per the J&K police:
1. Hasuben Ratila Patal, R/O Vadoli School Faliya Valsad Gujarat.
2. Surakha Ben, R/O Udwada RS near Bhagini Samaj School District Valsad Gujarat
3. Patal Lakshimiben S, R/O Valsad District Valsad Gujarat
4. Usha Mohanla Sonkar, W/O Mohan Moti Ram Sonkar, R/O Danu District Valgad Maharashtra
5. Thakore Nirmalaben, W/O Bharat Thakore, R/O Dhanu District Palghar Maharashtra
6. Ratan Zeena Bhai Patal, S/O Zina Bhai, R/O Daman Kunta District Daman Gujarat
7. Praja Pati Champaben, W/O Raman Bhai, R/O Gandevi District Navsari Gujarat


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