Terror Attacks in Mumbai

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby vsudhir » 27 Nov 2008 01:51

from another forum:

Pictures of blasts on flickr. It looks like the photographer got to the site before the police arrived.

http://flickr.com/photos/vinu/306205433 ... otostream/

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby ramana » 27 Nov 2008 01:52

If they could see him to take a picture they can snipe at him too? Right?

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby James B » 27 Nov 2008 01:52

Sridhar wrote:A larger image of the terrorist

Image


What is that thread on his right hand?. Piglet.

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby NRao » 27 Nov 2008 01:53

NDTV:

An alert was sounded on Wednesday night across West Bengal, including the eastern metropolis in the wake of terrorist attacks in Mumbai.

Checking at entry points in the metropolis have been intensified and additional forces posted in vulnerable areas as a precautionary measure, city Police Commissioner Gautam Mohan Chakraborty told a news agency.

He said extra police personnel have been deployed in front of railway stations, big hotels, government offices and vital installations.

"We are keeping watch on the situation in Mumbai and have kept our forces alert here," he said.

Meanwhile, security has also been strengthened at the Sealdah, Howrah and Kolkata stations and Railway police asked to be vigilant in both Eastern and Southeastern Railways.

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby vishal » 27 Nov 2008 01:54

Times Now saying a total of 4 dead terrorists have been removed from The Oberoi. Why aren't the Marcos at the Taj also??? That place is still in the hands of the police.

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby ChandraS » 27 Nov 2008 01:56

Army already outside the Oberoi. Getting ready for the assault to support Naval commandoes. There are reports of 5 blasts in Taj & 1 in Oberoi. Fire brigade is unable to get in and fight fire.

IBN just released a still pic of a terrorist asking for more info from public if any. Also news of about 15 terrorists each in Taj & Oberoi. Seems a very well planned op. Can't be some 2 bit local outfit.

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby vishal » 27 Nov 2008 01:56

15 marcos in Trident and Oberoi each according to Times Now.

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby vavinash » 27 Nov 2008 01:57

{Mahdi-e-Rant-Deleti was here.
P.S. Everyone knows its the Pakis. Cheers}
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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby vishal » 27 Nov 2008 01:58

An Army officer in a red/maroon beret was showing entering the Taj. Para-commandos?
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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby vivek_ahuja » 27 Nov 2008 01:59

ChandraS wrote:An **** claiming he heard some blasts and nearly 200 people are with him in the hall. They seem to be in a some place safe..the hotel staff got them there and have locked them down. ***** Some 50 foreigners are also with them.


I heard that too. If he is inside the building, why the hell would he be declaring his presence there while the terrorists are still in the building somewhere? Does he want to martyr himself?
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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby ChandraS » 27 Nov 2008 02:00

IBN just showed a clip of firing in Colaba - a police Qualis just drove by shooting 8-10 rounds at people assembled near the Metro cinema. Everyone just hit the ground and someone got hit on their hands.

Just in - Firing in Borivili area too. This is at the other end of the city - the Northen end.

Vivek Ahuja - He is an some hall inside - hopefully safe.
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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby JE Menon » 27 Nov 2008 02:01

Guys, do not post stuff you know about people still inside the hotels for god's sake. Do not follow the lead of the monkey DDM... Unbelievably poor and senseless reporting...

There could well be, probably is, scanning sites like ours to make the attack as effective as possible... even if it is on other media...

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby James B » 27 Nov 2008 02:01

IBN: 9 suspected terrorists arrested.

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby Muppalla » 27 Nov 2008 02:02

JE Menon wrote:Guys, do not post stuff you know about people still inside the hotels for god's sake. Do not follow the lead of the monkey DDM...

There could well be, probably is, scanning sites like ours to make the attack as effective as possible...


This info is coming every 15 minutes on 10 news channels live.

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby NRao » 27 Nov 2008 02:02

The Indian:

PM condemns Mumbai terror attacks
November 27th, 2008 - 3:35 am ICT by IANS -

Manmohan SinghNew Delhi, Nov 27 (IANS) Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Thursday condemned the serial terrorist attacks in India’s financial capital Mumbai that left at least 17 people dead and over 50 injured.Manmohan Singh assured all cooperation and help to the Maharashtra state government.

Sources in the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) told IANS that the army and National Security Guard (NSG) commandos have been dispatched to the city to bring the sense of security back to the metropolis.

“Five columns of the army, NSG as well as navy commandos were rushed to Mumbai immediately after the attacks,” the source said.

The PMO sources said air surveillance has been increased in all over India and vital installations have been put on high alert following the series of what appeared to be planned and synchronised attacks in the heart of Mumbai around midnight Wednesday.

The cabinet scheduled to meet here Thursday will take a review of the situation in Mumbai.

Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil said it was part of “a big conspiracy” against India.

He said 200 commandos were rushed to the city that was reeling under panic and has been a target of terror attacks in recent years.

Patil said five terrorists entered the five-star Taj Mahal Hotel and kept explosives in vehicles there.

He said two terrorists were gunned down and two others were arrested following the attacks.

Their identity, he said, was being there ascertained.

“We are taking all precaution. No judgements at this time,” the home minister said.

“I will reach there as soon as possible,” Patil said.

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby SaiK » 27 Nov 2008 02:02

why in the world ddm would announce that squad is in?

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby vsudhir » 27 Nov 2008 02:03

Frm another forum

Bombay Police has cut power supply to the TAJ, cable TV networks have been jammed and I heard army/navy have brought in mobile jammer units to confuse any communication signals.

Doubt if them terrorists can see TV

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby vishal » 27 Nov 2008 02:04

Muppalla wrote:
JE Menon wrote:Guys, do not post stuff you know about people still inside the hotels for god's sake. Do not follow the lead of the monkey DDM...

There could well be, probably is, scanning sites like ours to make the attack as effective as possible...


This info is coming every 15 minutes on 10 news channels live.


Arnab Goswami said a few minutes ago that the police had asked them not to show live pictures of the bomb disposal squad.

CST reported to be cleared of terrorists.

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby Rahul M » 27 Nov 2008 02:04

2 terrorists killed, 9 arrested : Govt spokesperson.

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby NRao » 27 Nov 2008 02:04

The Guardian:


Indian security forces turn to question of who carried out Mumbai attacks

With India in the grip of a wave of terrorist attacks that have claimed more than 200 lives already this year, it was only a question of when, rather than if, Mumbai would be hit.

Despite claims by India's security forces to have rounded up many of those involved in the wave of bombings that struck Delhi in September, there appeared to be little national confidence that the killings were at an end.

It was only on Sunday that the Indian prime minister, Manmohan Singh – announcing the formation of a task force to tackle terrorism - warned of the scale of the threat facing the country.

"I only wish to emphasise here that time is not on our side," he said. "We cannot afford a repetition of the kind of terrorist attacks that have recently taken place in Delhi, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Surat, Guwahati and some other urban centres."

Although tonight's killings involved gunmen rather than the bombs used in the earlier attacks, the degree of co-ordination involved points to the same hand at work.

The most obvious suspect will be a group calling itself the Indian Mujahideen, an offshoot of the banned SIMI (the Students Islamic Movement).

It claimed responsibility for the bombings in Delhi, Bangalore, Jaipur and Ahmedabad and following the Delhi bombings it issued an explicit threat that Mumbai would be next.

In an email – its favoured method of communication – it accused the ciy's anti-terrorism squad of harassing Muslims.

"You should know that your acts are not at all left unnoticed; rather we are closely keeping an eye on you and just waiting for the proper time to execute your bloodshed," the email warned. "You are already on our hit-list and this time very very seriously."

One name that will be at the forefront of the investigators' minds is that of Abdul Subhan Qureshi, also known as Tauqeer, a Mumbai-educated member of the Indian Mujahideen credited with masterminding several of the previous attacks.

Reports from India's intelligence agencies claim he has been able to use his expertise as a computer engineer to stay one step ahead of his pursuers and to coordinate attacks.

His name also cropped up in the investigation into a series of bombings in Assam, with intelligence agencies claiming to have intercepted several congratulatory emails.

He first came to the attention of the authorities after the 206 train bombings in Mumbai and was suspected of involvement in the Ahmedabad and Delhi attacks.

Figures from India's home ministry show that there have been 64 bomb attacks in the space of six months, killing more than 215 people and injuring 900.

Mumbai itself has been a regular target for terrorists since 1993, with six major attacks since then.

In July 2006 200 people were killed and more than 700 injured in bomb attacks on the city's Western Railway line. Seven bombs exploded within minutes of each other.

In August 2003 46 people died in two explosions and in March 2003 a series of bomb blasts killed 257 people and injured about 700. In that attack the terrorists also targeted hotels, along with the Bombay Stock Exchange, theatres, and a number of other sites.

In the aftermath of the other recent attacks, security sources suggested that both Pakistan and Bangladesh had played a part in assisting the bombers and it seems likely that investigators will again look at possible links with those countries to the latest attacks.

Following the Delhi bombs in September Muslims protested in the national capital, blaming SIMI and demanding that Pakistan abstain from involvement in terrorism in India.

India frequently blames Pakistan for involvement in terrorist activity on its territory, particularly in the contested region of Jammu and Kashmir.

However, the Indian authorities have also acknowledged that the country has its own home-grown terrorist problem.

Maoist Naxalite insurgents have grip on large swathes of the country – one estimate suggests they are active in 55 per cent of the landmass – and are fighting a long-running and bitter war which has claimed thousands of lives.

On Sunday the prime minister described the Naxalites as the "most serious internal security threat" facing India today.

He warned a conference of the country's most senior police officers that "the inability of intelligence agencies and the police to obtain pinpoint and actionable intelligence on time has enabled these outfits to carry out some high-profile attacks."

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby Muppalla » 27 Nov 2008 02:05

2 hostages shot dead at a hospital.
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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby SaiK » 27 Nov 2008 02:05

hope we don't have to do the throw some chemicals to choke the terrorists.. like the russians did. we better have better ideas.

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby Raju » 27 Nov 2008 02:06

there were reports around 2-3 months ago of batches of hardcore terrorists landing in mumbai and surveying various landmarks in the city.
however there was no more follow-ups regarding that development.
surely this group is that gang that slipped in small batches into the city and were lodged in safe houses waiting for further orders.

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby rsingh » 27 Nov 2008 02:07

{Mahdi-e-Rant-deleti was here. Cheers}
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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby SaiK » 27 Nov 2008 02:07

there were also reports, that 600 pakis visas expired, and disappeared into the crowd.
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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby JE Menon » 27 Nov 2008 02:08

DO NOT post information about people inside the hotels names, positions, nothing....

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby Sridhar » 27 Nov 2008 02:09

Cama Hospital - where there are still hostages, is a hospital for children/women. We are dealing with animals here.

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby Uttam » 27 Nov 2008 02:10

WTF is CNN reporting?

http://www.cnn.com/2008/WORLD/asiapcf/1 ... index.html

(CNN) -- Several people have been killed in a series of coordinated attacks targeting Mumbai sites popular with tourists and business people, according to police and CNN's sister network in India.
Ongoing battles between police and gunmen were reported at two five-star hotels.

Gunmen armed with automatic weapons and grenades attacked targets including the hotels, a cafe, and a train station, police say.

Maharashtra state government spokesman Bhushan Gagri said 78 people killed and about 200 wounded, while police confirmed 26 deaths.

Among the dead is the head of the Maharashtra state's anti-terror squad, who apparently died in the violent aftermath of the attacks rather than being a target for the killers.

The attacks included five shootouts and two grenade attacks, said a police officer at Mumbai's police control room.

Mumbai police spokesman Satish Katsa said gunmen have taken over the Taj Mahal Hotel and Hotel Oberoi, and were holding hostages on multiple floors.

Earlier, A.N. Roy, the police chief of Maharashtra state, said his force was still involved with suspected militants at the two five-star hotels.

IBN reported ongoing gun battles at both hotels. At least two explosions were reported at the Taj.

One witness told local reporters gunmen had tried to find people with U.S. or British passports.

IBN, quoting police sources, reported hostages were taken at the two hotels.

The attacks began about 2230 local time (1700 GMT) and more than two hours later witnesses were reporting new explosions and gunfire.

The targets include businesses frequented by international visitors in the city which is India's financial center..................

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby abhishek » 27 Nov 2008 02:12

RIP to all the cops who died in this attack.......salute you all for fighting from the front....

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby SaiK » 27 Nov 2008 02:12

Is CNN saying ATS chief got killed by a mob or an accidental fire?

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby Uttam » 27 Nov 2008 02:14

SaiK wrote:Is CNN saying ATS chief got killed by a mob or an accidental fire?



Your guess is as good as mine. They must have got it from CNN-IBN, but IBN is not saying any thing like this.

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby Anujan » 27 Nov 2008 02:15

rsingh wrote:These mather**** baki animals can not fight openly. My blood is boiling. MotherIndia.......how helpless you are and how generous you are. After few months people will forget this all. Arrested terrorists will have be spared and cheap publicity seeker human right activists will demand fair trial. I wish Prithvis and Agnis be used now and we should finish -off this cancer for ever.

These are not just terrorists. Certainly not the bearded shalwar types. Five top cops dead already. Their actions (relying on guns rather than bombs) makes it appear they were well trained. Cannot rule out trained army-types pigs.

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby Dmurphy » 27 Nov 2008 02:15

vishal wrote:Times Now reporting 'naval commandos' exited Trident/The Oberoi with 3 dead bodies, suspected to be terrorists. Confirmation awaited. Go get them!!!

Is that MARCOS?

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby vivek_ahuja » 27 Nov 2008 02:15

How on earth did these terrorists manage to capture the police vehicles?

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby ramana » 27 Nov 2008 02:16

A record number of members ad guests are on line. So please mind your language. Dont want any vicarious pleasure for gawkers.

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby ChandraS » 27 Nov 2008 02:16

SaiK wrote:Is CNN saying ATS chief got killed by a mob or an accidental fire?


He was shot dead by the terrorists - indiscriminate firing - 2 on the chest and 1 on the head.

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby Sridhar » 27 Nov 2008 02:17

http://www.rediff.com/news/2008/nov/26- ... mumbai.htm

Sudhir Dalvi, a sub-inspector attached to the Mumbai cell of the Anti-Terrorist Squad, told Sheela Bhatt for Rediff.com that his boss, ATS chief Hemant Karkare, and senior police officers Vijay Salaskar and Additional Commissioner of Police Ashok Kamte, were killed in an incident outside Mumbai's Cama Hospital.

"Our chief Karkare, my senior officer Salaskar and ACP Kamte died while engaging terrorists outside the Cama hospital," a sobbing Dalvi told Rediff.com. "All of a sudden, terrorists threw grenades at Karkare leading to chaos. We are unable to confirm whether they fell to terrorist fire or were killed by the grenades."

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby NRao » 27 Nov 2008 02:17

FOXNews:

40 Held Hostage in Mumbai Terror Attack

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

FNC

Nov. 26, 2008: A video still of a man believed to be part of the alleged terror plot in India.

Nov. 26, 2008: A video still of a man believed to be part of the alleged terror plot in India.

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DEVELOPING: At least 40 people are reportedly being held hostage in Mumbai, India, by gunmen who targeted luxury hotels, a popular tourist attraction and a crowded train station in at least seven attacks that killed at least 78 in the nation's financial capital, police and witnesses said.

Eyewitnesses said the terrorists appeared to be targeting Americans and the British.

Click here for photos.

"We were asked if there were any British or Americans," two eyewitnesses told Sky News.

Recent Attacks on Americans or American Interests in India

At least 78 people were killed and 200 injured in the attacks, which began late Wednesday night, according to Johnny Joseph, the chief secretary of the state of Maharashtra, of which Mumbai is the capital.

There were reports of new attacks on one hotel, the Trident, and gunfire at another, the JW Marriott.

Police were battling the gunmen, Maharashtra Police Commissioner A.N Roy said.

"The terrorists have used automatic weapons and in some places grenades have been lobbed," Roy said.
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The State Department condemned the attacks and said it couldn't confirm any U.S. casualties.

"Our sympathies go out to the families and friends of those killed and injured, and to the people of Mumbai," said Robert A. Wood, a deputy spokesman at the State Department. "We are monitoring the situation very closely and stand ready to support the Indian authorities as they deal with this horrific series of attacks. At this point, we are unaware of any American casualties."

Some of the gunmen are still holed up in buildings, a police official told Reuters, while NMTV is reporting two of the terrorists are dead.

Several European lawmakers were among those inside the hotel.

Sajjad Karim told Britain's Press Association news agency that he and several other lawmakers were barricaded inside the Taj Mahal Hotel.

"I was in the lobby of the hotel when gunmen came in and people started running," he told the Press Association by phone from the basement of the hotel.

"A gunman just stood there spraying bullets around, right next to me," he said. "I managed to turn away and I ran into the hotel kitchen."

Karim was part of a delegation of European lawmakers visiting Mumbai ahead of an upcoming EU-India summit.

Gunmen opened fire on two of the city's best-known luxury hotels, the Taj Mahal and the Oberoi. They also attacked the crowded Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus station in southern Mumbai and Leopold's restaurant, a Mumbai landmark.

"People started running out," an eyewitness said. "The crowd came out of the station: I saw people limping and coming out. I said 'Run.' We ran and I said, finally I said, 'Run' and one person got hit by bullet and fell down and I got hit on the neck and went to the hospital and I just came from there "

It was not immediately clear what the motive was for the attacks.

"It was really scary," said Janice Sequeira, a tourist who had been at a restaurant in the Taj Mahal Hotel. "It was like the sound of loud crackers, not one but several, we just ran out of there."

At the Oberoi, police officer P.I. Patil said shots had been fired inside and the hotel had been cordoned off. He would not give any other details.

The Press Trust of India news agency quoted Mumbai General Railway Police Commissioner A.K. Sharma as saying that several men armed with rifles and grenades were still in the train station.

Leopold's restaurant was riddled with bullet holes and there were blood stains on the floor and shoes left by fleeing customers, according to an Associated Press reporter at the scene.

At least 25 people had been brought to the G.T. Hospital near the shootings, said hospital official Yogesh Pandey.

The Associated Press, Reuters and Sky News contributed to this report.

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Re: Firing/Attack in Mumbai

Postby Rahul M » 27 Nov 2008 02:18

lakshmic wrote:
rsingh wrote:These mather**** baki animals can not fight openly. My blood is boiling. MotherIndia.......how helpless you are and how generous you are. After few months people will forget this all. Arrested terrorists will have be spared and cheap publicity seeker human right activists will demand fair trial. I wish Prithvis and Agnis be used now and we should finish -off this cancer for ever.

These are not just terrorists. Certainly not the bearded shalwar types. Five top cops dead already. Their actions (relying on guns rather than bombs) makes it appear they were well trained. Cannot rule out trained army-types pigs.

exactly what I was thinking about.
such a well coordinated action with heavy use of grenades does suggest military training.


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