Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby VikramS » 28 Nov 2008 11:22

anishns wrote:Timesnow pleads the people to stand up and salute the people who have performed their duties selflessly!

93 hostages have been taken out from Trident Hotel since this morning!!!!!

If there is only one terrorist on the dance floor I hope they can get him alive....eitherways by gassing him or any other technique. The pigs must be morally down

Let him dance for as long as he wants. Then tranquilize him.


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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby Dmurphy » 28 Nov 2008 11:23

madhum wrote:What about all those innocent muslims in the list.

Don't you know the drill? They are martyrs!
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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby Nayak » 28 Nov 2008 11:23

Times of Islamabad just updated the figures to 93 hostages rescued.

Any updates on Nariman point operations ?

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby Suraj » 28 Nov 2008 11:24

ShakilAnam has been warned for attacking posters personally with the obvious intent to start a flamewar.

Please do *not* feed trolls; use the post report function.

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby kit » 28 Nov 2008 11:24

Shivani wrote:
NRao wrote:
Mumbai Attack Is Obama's First International Challenge


Last week, at an Indian leadership summit, I watched Shashi Tharoor, the former U.N. Undersecretary General and India's candidate to be Secretary General, ask Henry Kissinger how India should react to Pakistani agents attacking the Indian Embassy in Kabul. Mr. Kissinger said it wasn't his place to answer. Fair enough, but the question remains what should India do?



Beautiful. Priceless.

This sums up perfectly why we continue to suffer, and will continue to suffer in future as well.

The answer in part lies in this news

Home Minister Shivraj Patil Prematurely Reveals Details; Compromises Security Forces, Accidentally Helps Terrorists
http://www.india-defence.com/reports-4091

Should India keep a age limit for its politicians to be in prime positions in the Government ?
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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby Nayak » 28 Nov 2008 11:25

How much of Ammo are these piglets carrying ? 35 hours and quite a fight they have put up.

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby anishns » 28 Nov 2008 11:26

I think the last ******** in Taj is down
Timesnow reports...

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby SwamyG » 28 Nov 2008 11:26

CNN has big big headlines on mumbai being taken over terror. Earlier it had big big headlines on the mumbai Jewish center.

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby Nayak » 28 Nov 2008 11:27

Where is Narayanan , the NSA guy, on all this ? Why is he keeping mum ?

Has the CCS met and devised a gameplan ?

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby anishns » 28 Nov 2008 11:28

Nayak wrote:How much of Ammo are these piglets carrying ? 35 hours and quite a fight they have put up.


Apparently they went in with huge bags full of grenades and possibly ammunition. Once they are holed in with hostages....they can play their time. remember IC 814

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby Aditya_V » 28 Nov 2008 11:29

don't fall for this.
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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby SwamyG » 28 Nov 2008 11:30

http://www.foxnews.com/video2/video08.h ... xnews.com/

The above link should take you to a video on Fox News. Warning: It has clips of a bystander being shot and falling down. Police just then drag "him" out.

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby anishns » 28 Nov 2008 11:32

Guys! This is it.
Nariman house is the last siege
Timesnow reporting of loud explosions and firing....

God help the innocent hostages

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby ajay_hk » 28 Nov 2008 11:33

Firing going on in Nariman house. Firing lasted for atleast for atleast 4 mins. atleast 3 grenades thrown in.

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby Anabhaya » 28 Nov 2008 11:34

Nayak wrote:Where is Narayanan , the NSA guy, on all this ? Why is he keeping mum ?

Has the CCS met and devised a gameplan ?


Was seen accompanying Madame and PM to JJ hospital.

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby Nayak » 28 Nov 2008 11:35

Firing still going on in Taj, guess this pig is being slowly bled to weaken and then taken alive for GUBO session with the intelligence dept.

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby Rahul M » 28 Nov 2008 11:36

Nayak wrote:How much of Ammo are these piglets carrying ? 35 hours and quite a fight they have put up.

8-10 ak-47 mags each were recovered from the ones killed.
along with a number of grenades.

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby anishns » 28 Nov 2008 11:39

Nayak, I just hope and pray they can take as many as they can Alive....will build up our case even stronger if there is any retaliation

Just need to tranquilize the f***er

Nayak wrote:Firing still going on in Taj, guess this pig is being slowly bled to weaken and then taken alive for GUBO session with the intelligence dept.

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby Aditya_V » 28 Nov 2008 11:40

If there any unfortunate hostages killed by these piglets hope thier relatives are influential and thirsty for revenge on thier perpetrators

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby lakshmikanth » 28 Nov 2008 11:42

Spin monsters are working full speed, notice the sleight in hand below:

With relations long strained between India and Pakistan, particularly over the disputed territory of Kashmir, suspicions turned toward Al Qaeda or Pakistani militants. The Indian security official said the attackers likely had ties to Lashkar-e-Taiba, a guerrilla group run by Pakistani intelligence in the conflict with India in the disputed territory of Kashmir. On Thursday, the group denied involved in the Mumbai attacks.


http://www.nytimes.com/2008/11/28/world/asia/28group.html?bl&ex=1228021200&en=276ae1b71db73654&ei=5087%0A

I just WISH that this time we dont care about the spin and act proactively!

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby jamwal » 28 Nov 2008 11:42

AK-47 or AK-56??

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby Philip » 28 Nov 2008 11:44

Bombay attacks: India points the finger at Pakistan

(Ajit Solanki/AP)
Schoolchildren in Ahmadabad hold candles as they pay tribute to the victims
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Jeremy Page in Bombay
Graphic: how terror spread | They came to kill and maim | Survivors' tales | Analysis: Bronwen Maddox | Andreas Liveras shot dead | The specialist in 'encounter killings' | Was al-Qaeda was pulling the strings? | Opinion: Maria Misra | Leading article: Massacre in Bombay

Updated at 00.31 GMT (06.02 Bombay)

India pointed an accusing finger at Pakistan yesterday as commandos fought suspected Islamist terrorists through the corridors of two of Bombay’s top hotels. Dozens of foreigners were still being held hostage or trapped in the buildings.

At least 125 people were killed and 327 wounded in Wednesday’s attacks on some of the city’s most high-profile buildings. Local hospitals and police said that the toll would rise further.

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Nine foreigners were among the dead, including one Briton, a Japanese businessman, an Australian, a German and an Italian. Andreas Liveras, a 73-year-old British shipping tycoon, was shot dead moments after telling reporters that he was hiding in the basement of the Taj Mahal Palace.

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office would not say how many British citizens were injured, trapped or being held hostage at the Taj Mahal and Oberoi hotels. Between 15 and 20 French nationals were inside.

Seven people were rescued from a residential complex that houses a Jewish centre. The Israeli Embassy said that ten of its citizens were being held hostage. A militant inside called a television channel to offer talks with the Government. He complained about rights abuses in Kashmir, over which India and Pakistan have fought two of their three wars since 1947.

The Indian Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, blamed the multiple attacks on forces “outside the country”, a thinly veiled reference to Pakistan. The Indian Navy boarded a cargo ship that had recently arrived in Bombay from Pakistan. The tension conjured memories of a militant attack on the Indian Parliament in 2001, which almost sparked a fourth war between the nuclear-armed neighbours.

Helicopters buzzed and crowds cheered as commandos moved into the Oberoi, where 20 to 30 people were thought to have been taken hostage and more than 100 were trapped in rooms. Gunshots rang out and flames billowed from a window.

The Taj Mahal hotel was also rocked by explosions and gunfire. Police claimed that only one injured militant remained in the building.



Excerpts from the Telegraph UK.Good that UK media is reporting tyhe truth at last about Pak's diabolic acts of terror against India.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldne ... entre.html

"Later the Hindu newspaper claimed that three of the militants confessed they are members of the Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba group. "

More than 24 hours after Islamic extremists launched a series of devastating gun and grenade attacks on Western targets – with a British tycoon among those killed – soldiers were still battling to free more than 200 people either held hostage or hiding in their rooms.

They included Mark Abell, a British lawyer who remained "holed up" in his room and spoke of his fears that the terrorists might "come and get me" if they discovered his exact location.

The authorities blamed militants from Pakistan-ruled Kashmir for the bloodbath, which left 125 dead and at least 327 injured after simultaneous attacks on at least seven targets in Mumbai (formerly Bombay).

Indian officials said the terrorists had “pretended” to be Indians, but that one who was captured appeared to be from Pakistan.

Officials said the death toll was likely to rise once burnt-out rooms in the hotels could be checked for bodies.

Mumbai's central railway station, a hospital, police station, cinema and a Jewish centre - where two large explosions were heard - were among other targets hit by the terrorists, who sailed by boat to the peninsula before fanning out in several dinghies and landing on the shore close to their predetermined targets.

The killers specifically targeted British and American visitors when they attacked the Oberoi and Taj Mahal luxury hotels, ordering receptionists to give them a list of the names and room numbers of all British and US guests and demanding that hostages declared their nationalities.

At least five Britons are being treated in hospital after being injured in the shootings, and many more are feared to be among those still inside the hotels.

As Indian commandos fought their way through the corridors of the Taj Mahal and the Oberoi – both of which had earlier been set on fire by the terrorists – Mr Abell, from London, said he had barricaded his door and was "hunkering down for the long term".

He said: "I'm holed up in my room, with furniture blockading the door. The British consul knows I'm here, and I've been told to sit tight and wait. Whether that will be for an hour, a day, a week, nobody knows."

The British man killed in the attacks was named as Andreas Liveras, 73, who was gunned down moments after he phoned the BBC from inside the Taj Mahal hotel to give an eyewitness account of the terrorist attacks.

Before he was hit, Mr Liveras, who built a £315 million fortune from his eponymous luxury yacht charter business, described how he had just sat down for dinner at the Taj Mahal when the shooting began.

"We heard the machine gunfire outside in the corridor," he said. "We hid ourselves under the table and then they switched all the lights off. But the machine guns kept going, and they took us into the kitchen, and from there into a basement, before we came up into a salon.

"There must be more than a thousand people here. Nobody comes in this room and nobody goes out, and we really don't know. Everybody is just living on their nerves."

The Indian home ministry estimated 20 to 30 people were being held hostage at the Oberoi, while its owners estimated 200 people were inside.

Two retired teachers from Hexham in Northumberland were among those shot in the first of the attacks, in the Café Leopold, at 9.30pm local time (4pm GMT) on Wednesday.

Michael Murphy, 59, was shot in the ribs and is in intensive care after having his spleen removed. His wife Diane, 58, who was shot in the foot, said: "It was mayhem. There were so many casualties. It was carnage. There were obviously people injured and others who were dead."

Mrs Murphy said there were at least 100 people in the café when the shooting began.

"All of a sudden there was automatic gunfire," she said. "The whole place fell apart. It was tremendously loud. My husband and I were hit, as were lots of people. Everybody was down on the ground."

Alan Jones, from South Wales, was staying at the Oberoi Hotel on business when it was attacked. He said: "We took the lift to the lobby and heard bangs as the door opened. Two Japanese men riding with us got out, but immediately signalled for us to go back in the lift.

"As they got back in, a bullet hit one of the Japanese men in the back of the leg. Flesh and blood splattered everywhere.

"I looked up to see one of the gunmen was approaching. I tried to close the door, but the injured guy's leg was preventing it from closing.

"I frantically pressed the 'close door' button, but had to move the shot man's foot for the door to close."

Mr Jones escaped after being guided by staff to a basement via another lift.

Hugh Brown, who was staying at the Taj Mahal, took refuge in a library area with a large group of people, one of whom later turned out to be a terrorist.

He told Sky News: "We were let out at one point at about 2.30am. There was a gunman who had been in among us in the room for the best part of the evening. He pretended to be one of us in the room.

"When he got out with us, he started shooting some of the people as they were leaving the room."

One of the terrorists was quoted on Indian TV saying the purpose of the hostage-taking was to secure the release of all "mujahideen" held in Indian prisons.

The Indian Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, said the attacks were "well planned and well-orchestrated... intended to create a sense of panic by choosing high profile targets and indiscriminately killing foreigners".

David Miliband, the British Foreign Secretary, said yesterday that the attacks bore some hallmarks of al-Qaeda but it was too early to say if the network was behind the deadly assaults.

“It is very premature to start talking about links to Al-Qaeda,” he said. “Some of the names of groups that are being circulated at the moment are not al-Qaeda affiliates, but that cannot be taken as a definitive view.”

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby A Arun » 28 Nov 2008 11:45

Sajan Kapoor, a freed hostage is talking to Aaj Tak. He says there were 17 terrorists in the Taj. The terrorists fought amongst themselves for food.

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby Eshwar » 28 Nov 2008 11:47

NSG CO through NDTV: Taj has 3-4 terrorists holding 3-4 hostages in the Ball room. Initially they thought only one terrorist.

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby Aditya_V » 28 Nov 2008 11:48

If the hostages are not NSG commandos, who else is in the TAJ at this point of time???????????
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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby ajay_hk » 28 Nov 2008 11:48

Big explosions heard at the Nariman house. Last leg of operations going on. Snipers on high alert. Floor 3 has been the confirmed to the floor where the pigs are holed up in. Operation named BLACK THUNDER.. Ambulances are being there and people seen coming out of the neighboring house.
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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby darshan » 28 Nov 2008 11:48

What is this crap about "finger pointing"?
It should be as simple as that India after investigating has concluded that it has failing state of pakistan written all over it and is out begging for money and resource by creating this drama.

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby bart » 28 Nov 2008 11:50

A Arun wrote:Sajan Kapoor, a freed hostage is talking to Aaj Tak. He says there were 17 terrorists in the Taj. The terrorists fought amongst themselves for food.



That is really worrying since only 7 are dead so far. Some of them could be people who had taken up jobs there?

I hope every single person, no matter how desperate, coming out of the hotel is kept under supervision till their identity is proven.

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby Singha » 28 Nov 2008 11:50

if there were 17 pigs in taj alone, means some pre-positioned guys who had either checked in or just came in for dinner joined up with the seaborne team.

some could have walked out pretending to be hiding civilians
as the sweep reached them.

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby Philip » 28 Nov 2008 11:52

More evidence on Pak/LET's complicity.

I think we need another thread collating evidence of Pak's guilt,analysing ievents and how to deal it.Perhaps the other thread could be retitled accordingly,as we now have to focus on the evidence implicating Pak and the measures that we have to take to avenge India. This thread is a minute -by-minute account of unfolding events.

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/w ... 248664.ece

Mumbai attacks blamed on Pakistani groups

Suspicion over who carried out the attacks in Mumbai has immediately fallen on Pakistani militants from across the border.

By Duncan Gardham, Security Correspondent
Last Updated: 12:18AM GMT 28 Nov 2008

Commandos discuss tactics in the Colaba market area Photo: GETTY
The Indian Prime Minister blamed outside influences and despite a claim of responsibility from an unknown domestic group, the authorities in India are adamant that the problem has come from beyond their shores.

In an address to the nation, Manmohan Singh said it was "evident" that a "group based outside the country" carried out the attacks.

Major General R K Hooda, the army major leading the operation to flush out the militants, said the militants pretended to come from Hyderabad in Central India, but they had captured one man who spoke with a Punjabi accent and appeared to be from Pakistan.

The Indian authorities believe that the level of organisation of the operation, points the finger at Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), a group fighting for independence in the Muslim-dominated region of Kashmir, although the organisation strongly denied any involvement.

Despite the denial, the Hindu newspaper claimed three of the militants had confessed they are members of Lashkar-e-Taiba group.

The group is based in Lahore, in the Pakistani Punjab, and was supported by the Pakistani government's Inter-Services Intelligence agency (ISI) during the 1990s.

It nearly sparked a war between India and Pakistan when it attacked the Indian parliament in 2001, along with another Kashmiri group Jaish-e-Mohammed.

If they are involved it would suggest that the long-running dispute over Muslim-dominated Kashmir has arisen yet again to come between the two nations.

The situation in Kashmir remains volatile and regional elections at the weekend saw more than 30 separatist leaders calling for a boycott.

US President-Elect Obama has said that he wants Pakistan to refocus its attention on the threat from al-Qaeda and the Taliban on its western border rather than Kashmir and India to the East but there is little sign that the Pakistani military is ready to do that.

Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Pakistan's foreign minister who was already in India for peace talks, urged the Indians not to "jump to conclusions."

Lashkar-e-Taiba also has connections al-Qaeda and the Taliban and the attacks on Western targets, and particularly the attempts by the militants to single out hotel guests with British and American passports, have encouraged the suggestion that there may have been al-Qaeda involvement.

LeT has also been associated with India's domestic Islamic terrorists, who have used the name the Indian Mujahideen since 2007, an offshoot of the Students' Islamic Movement of India (SIMI).

They were blamed for the explosions on commuter trains in Mumbai two years ago which killed 187 people and warned in an email in September: "Let the Indian Mujahideen warn all the people of Mumbai that whatever deadly attacks Mumbaikars will face in future, their responsibility would lie with the Mumbai ATS [antiterrorist squad] and their guardians."

In May the organisation, headed by Abdul Subhan Qureshi, known as "India's bin Laden" threatened to attack tourist sites unless the Indian government withdrew its support for America and its has claimed responsibility for bombings in Bangalore, Ahmedebad and Delhi since July.

It may be that the "Deccan Mujahideen," an unknown group which claimed responsibility in an email to news organisations in India, are the group of young extremists from the Deccan area south of Mumbai who carried out the attacks, but few think they could have done it alone.

Whoever carried out the attacks, their demands so far have been vague.

A militant inside the Oberoi Hotel, told Indian television by telephone: "Release all mujahideens and Muslims living in India should not be troubled."

Another, inside the Jewish Chabad Lubavitch centre and calling himself Imran, phoned an Indian television station to tell them: "Ask the government to talk to us and we will release the hostages. Are you aware how many people have been killed in Kashmir? Are you aware how your army has killed Muslims?"

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby Nayak » 28 Nov 2008 11:52

The end scenario of movie "The Inside man" comes to my mind. Only thorough debriefing and check of IDS should be done before letting go of any hostages.

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby Raju » 28 Nov 2008 11:53

A Arun wrote:Sajan Kapoor, a freed hostage is talking to Aaj Tak. He says there were 17 terrorists in the Taj. The terrorists fought amongst themselves for food.


another proof of Pakistan origin.

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby bart » 28 Nov 2008 11:54

11:48 AM: Heavy gunfire and grenade explosions have been reported from the Taj Hotel. Media has been asked to stop broadcast for it is believed that terrorists holed up inside are getting access to the security forces' movement.

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby SwamyG » 28 Nov 2008 11:55

CNN IBN, a reporter said "Chinese Grenades". Now to which groups does China sell their wares now? National card of Mauritius also found.

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby Hariprasad » 28 Nov 2008 11:56

Times Now: Operation black tornado going on at Nariman House

Three grenade explosions at Nariman house.

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby Hariprasad » 28 Nov 2008 11:58

Raju wrote:
A Arun wrote:Sajan Kapoor, a freed hostage is talking to Aaj Tak. He says there were 17 terrorists in the Taj. The terrorists fought amongst themselves for food.


another proof of Pakistan origin.


I'm sorry but that was hilarious.

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby darshan » 28 Nov 2008 11:59

Hariprasad wrote:
Raju wrote:
A Arun wrote:Sajan Kapoor, a freed hostage is talking to Aaj Tak. He says there were 17 terrorists in the Taj. The terrorists fought amongst themselves for food.


another proof of Pakistan origin.


I'm sorry but that was hilarious.


I think he was being serious as proved by daily bomb blasts in pakistan.

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby anishns » 28 Nov 2008 12:00

or BD and Pakis

Hariprasad wrote:
Raju wrote:
A Arun wrote:Sajan Kapoor, a freed hostage is talking to Aaj Tak. He says there were 17 terrorists in the Taj. The terrorists fought amongst themselves for food.


another proof of Pakistan origin.


I'm sorry but that was hilarious.

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby milindc » 28 Nov 2008 12:02

An unofficial quote from a commando to Headline News. These scums are bugs which we can squash in no time, we are taking time so that we don't lose even a single innocent life....

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Re: Terror Attacks on Mumbai-II

Postby SSridhar » 28 Nov 2008 12:03

Nariman House terrorists pinned down at Floor 3 and gun battle continuing.


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