12 years of 26/11 Mumbai terror attack: Look at Pakistan masterminds, brave Indian officers and survivors who lived to tell the brutal tale
As Mumbai grappled with the four-day siege in 2008, many heroes emerged. While some lived to tell the tale, others sacrificed their lives to ensure hundreds were rescued from the horrific shooting and bombings that followed
2008 Mumbai attacks: How India dishonoured an unknown Kashmiri spy who penetrated Lashkar-e-Taiba before 26/11
Mukhtar Ahmed Sheikh had made it possible to intercept the 26/11 death squad's calls — and prove Pakistan's role in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks — but he remains nearly unknown. He neither received a medal, nor a reward. Instead, he was held in prison for three months on spurious charges.
26/11 anniversary: Marginal improvements in intelligence-gathering can't compensate for colossal gaps in policing system
The reality is, lessons, if learned, are soon forgotten. We quickly slide back into apathy and sluggishness.
Tathagata Roy scraps tweet saying '26/11 attackers spared Muslims': Meghalaya governor no stranger to courting controversy
Meghalaya governor Tathagata Roy later admitted that his tweet on 26/11 Mumbai attacks was factually wrong and issued an apology on Twitter.
Full text: On 10th anniversary of 26/11, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo asks Pakistan to act against Lashkar-e-Taiba
Mike Pompeo called upon all countries, while naming Pakistan in particular, to implement sanctions against terrorists responsible for the 26/11 attack.
Did India learn its lessons from 26/11 Mumbai attacks? No, acute police shortage part of system-wide malaise
Ten years ago, this day, the world watched as the Lashkar-e-Taiba's 26/11 assault team savagely exposed India's doddering police system. The killers faced police personnel armed with nothing but lathis, lacking even the rudiments of counter-terrorism training.
Full text: On 10th anniversary of 26/11 Mumbai attacks, MEA accuses Pakistan of showing 'little sincerity' in bringing planners to book
In a statement, the Ministry of External Affairs accused Pakistan of denying closure to the families of the 166 victims of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, saying Pakistan was "showing little sincerity in bringing perpetrators to justice".
10 years since 26/11 Mumbai attacks: Effective counter-measures aside, eliminating terrorists alone can't end terrorism
Much like September 2001 attack in the case of the US, India’s homeland security was tightened to a great extent post 2008 Mumbai terror attack. The lack of a repeat event in ten years and in fact the absence of anything near a mass casualty act is a measure of success for the Indian intelligence and response agencies.
26/11 Mumbai terror attacks: 10 years on, remembering Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan who lost his life battling LeT terrorists
Major Unnikrishnan was leading a team of NSG commandos to flush out terrorists from the Taj Palace Hotel in Mumbai when he was fatally wounded
Tenth anniversary of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks: CST, Taj Mahal hotel among locations targeted by terrorists; all you need to know
India marks the tenth anniversary on Monday of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks that left 166 people dead and hundreds more injured.
Ten years of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks: All you need to know about Nariman Light House memorial; first phase to be inaugurated today
The Nariman House, which houses an outreach centre of the Jewish Chabad movement, was one of the theatres of terror on 26 November, 2008, its siege ending with NSG commandos storming the building and gunning down two terrorists who had taken its residents hostage.
Ten years of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks: Maritime security remains nightmare as India does little to plug loopholes
Coastal security needs a renewed push for implementation of the ongoing schemes that would lead to the formation of a formidable security apparatus.