26/11 : The Attack on Mumbai

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Penguin UK, Mar 20, 2009 - Political Science - 256 pages
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The attack on Mumbai shocked the world. For three days terrorists wreaked havoc over multiple venues in India’s commercial capital, leaving a trail of blood, death and destruction. Reporters from Hindustan Times tracked the events as they unfolded at Cama Hospital, the Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus and followed the three-day siege at the Taj and Trident Hotels and at Nariman House. The collection brings together their dispatches as well as commentaries, profiles and columns published during the siege and its aftermath. This is a dramatic snapshot of the victims, heroes and perpetrators of the attacks and also of the outrage that still grips the nation.
 

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Vir Sanghvi, one of India's leading journalists, is currently the Editorial Director of The Hindustan Times. Educated at Mayo College, Ajmer and Oxford University, Sanghvi was only 22 when he became the founder-editor of Bombay Magazine. Apart from serious political essays, he also writes a popular weekly column on food and drink. At present, he divides his time between print and television media and anchors a number of successful television programs.

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