Paris attacks: Hayat Boumeddiene shown on CCTV at Istanbul airport
CCTV footage purportedly showing Hayat Boumeddiene, the partner of Paris gunman Amedy Coulibaly, arriving in Istanbul on January 2. Boumeddiene is the most wanted person in France after being linked to last week's terror attacks that killed 17 people. Police believe Boumeddiene travelled to Istanbul in early January before crossing to Syria on foot
Latest pix of the Taj and Oberoi hotels
28 November 2008
++NIGHT SHOTS (after midnight)++
1. Wide of Taj Mahal hotel
2. Zoom into police seen through Taj Mahal hotel windows searching room (modern wing)
3. Zoom into police on Taj Mahal hotel balcony (modern wing)
4. Zoom into of one of the Taj Mahal hotel entrances, security guards sitting at doorway, cars parked outside
5. Smoke coming from Taj Mahal hotel window
6. Pull out to wide of Taj Mahal hotel fa�ade (modern wing)
7. Wide of Oberoi Trident Hotel
8. Wide of fa�ade of Oberoi Trident Hotel
9. Close-up of windows of the Oberoi Trident Hotel
27 November 2008
++NIGHT SHOTS (before midnight)++
10. Troops on guard on street
11. Crowds standing waiting outside hotel
12. Close up of Oberoi Trident Hotel windows
13. People standing waiting near a Rapid Action Force vehicle
14. Crowds standing, waiting
Indian commandoes fought into the night on Thursday to wrest control of two luxury hotels and a Jewish centre from suspected Muslim militants, a day after a chain of attacks across Mumbai left at least 119 people dead, and 288 were injured.
Throughout the day, commandoes brought hostages, trapped guests and corpses out of the Taj Mahal and Oberoi Trident hotels in small groups while fires erupted periodically and firefighters battled the flames.
Black-clad Indian commandos moved through the two hotels room by room in a bid to free the dozens of trapped people.
The Maharashtra state home ministry said dozens of hostages had been freed from the Oberoi and dozens more were still trapped inside.
More than 400 people were brought out of the Taj Mahal, and army forces were still scouring the building for survivors early on Friday morning.
It remained unclear just how many people had been taken hostage, how many were hiding inside the hotels and how many dead still lay uncounted.
Late on Thursday night, authorities said they had killed three gunmen at the Taj and were sweeping the Oberoi in search of hostages and trapped people.
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ख़ुद शहीद होकर Kasab को ज़िंदा पकड़वाने वाले Tukaram Omble की पूरी कहानी.
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तारीख थी 26 नवंबर और साल था 2008, पूरे शहर में आंतक मचा हुआ था.असल में इस दिन पाकिस्तान के कुछ आतंकी समुंदर के रास्ते मुम्बई में घुस आए थे जिनका मकसद मुम्बई को दहलाने का था.शहर में कई धमाके हुए भी,कई लोग मारे गए और कई गम्भीर रूप से ज़ख्मी हो गए.
वर्दी में अपनी टीम के साथ सड़क पर खड़े होकर ड्यूटी कर रहा वो शख्स अपने आपको कोस रहा था कि पूरे शहर की स्थिति ठीक नहीं होने के बावजूद वो कुछ नहीं कर सकता, काश उसको भी माहौल ख़राब करने वालों के खिलाफ कुछ करने का मौका मिलता. वो सोच ही रहा था कि अचानक उसके वायरलेस पर एक अनाउंसमेंट हुआ कि एक सिल्वर कलर की स्कोडा कार जा रही है, उसे किसी भी कीमत पर रोकना है.
Mumbai Muslims condemn attacks
1. Tilt-down from minarets of mosque to people in street
2. People in street
3. Muslim man in street
4. Wide of street in Muslim area
5. Tilt-up from Muslim Council Trust president, Ibrahim Tai to sign
6. SOUNDBITE: (Hindi) Ibrahim Tai, Muslim Council Trust president:
A person having faith in Islam is a Muslim. The person not believing in the principles of Islam cannot be a Muslim. Therefore we have demanded that Muslim cemeteries should not allow terrorists to be buried in their burial grounds.
7. Tai talking with his son
8. Street scene
9. SOUNDBITE: (Hindi) Vox pop, Mansoor Ali, Muslim resident of Mumbai:
They have not considered children, they have not considered elders and women, they did whatever they wanted to. No Mumbai Muslim would want the terrorists to be buried in their burial grounds.
10. Tilt down from mosque to Muslim men in street
11. SOUNDBITE: (Hindi) Vox pop, Mohamad Aslam, Muslim resident of Mumbai:
They (the attackers) are not to be termed as Muslims. These terrorists don't have a religion, and they are definitely not Muslims.
12. Muslim street vendor
13. SOUNDBITE: (Hindi) Vox pop, Fatima Tai, Muslim resident of Mumbai:
Today not only Muslims, every person looks upon others with distrust. When you move out of the house you never know whether the unknown person you meet is a terrorist or a genuine Indian.
14. Muslim man talking on mobile phone
15. Muslim sweet shop
16. Wide of street with mosque in background
A leading Muslim in Mumbai said on Tuesday that those responsible for last week's militant attacks in India's financial capital should not be given the same burial rights as other Muslims.
Ibrahim Tai, the president of the Muslim Council Trust, condemned the attacks by suspected Islamic militants which left 172 people dead and 239 injured.
Tai said his organisation had demanded that Muslim cemeteries in Mumbai should not allow terrorists to be buried in their burial grounds.
Tai's views were echoed by some Muslim residents of Mumbai who spoke to AP Television on Tuesday.
Tai's comments came a day after a Muslim cemetery in Mumbai rejected the corpses of the nine dead gunmen and its officials said Islam does not permit this sort of barbaric crime.
While some Muslim scholars disagreed with the decision - saying Islam requires a proper burial for every Muslim - the city's other Muslim graveyards are likely to do the same.
Funerals may draw militant supporters and angry crowds alike and it is likely the authorities will want to avoid any Hindu-Muslim confrontations which have engulfed India so many times in the past.
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CCTV: Footage from Mumbai’s foot overbridge collapse tragedy
At least six lives were lost and 32 were injured after a foot overbridge collapsed at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station on March 14. TOI acquired the CCTV footage from a camera installed in the vicinity. The preliminary inquiry into the matter has fixed responsibility on the staff that was responsible for the repair work at the bridge in 2013-14 and a poor structural audit conducted in 2017-18. Earlier in July 2018, two were killed and five injured when a pedestrian pathway at Andheri railway station collapsed.
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Hemant Karkare biography I हेमंत करकरे बायोग्राफी
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Hemant Karkare was the chief of the Mumbai Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS). He was killed in action during the 2008 Mumbai attacks after being shot three times in the chest. However it is not known who exactly killed him as there is no conclusive evidence. His bravery was honoured with the Ashoka Chakra on 26 January 2009.
Karkare succeeded K. P. Raghuvanshi as the Chief of ATS in January 2008 and was eventually succeeded by Raghuvanshi after he was killed on 26 November 2008. He was credited with solving the serial bombing cases in Thane, Vashi and Panvel, and led the investigation of the 2008 Malegaon blasts.
Karkare did his primary schooling from Chittranjan Das Municipal Primary School, Wardha and then received his middle school and high school education from New English High School, Wardha. He obtained a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Mechanical Engineering from Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur in 1975. After graduation he worked for the National Productivity Council of the Government of India and then Hindustan Lever Limited (now called Hindustan Unilever Ltd.), India's largest FMCG company.
He joined the Indian Police Service (IPS) as a member of the 1982 batch. Before becoming ATS Chief of Maharashtra State in January 2008, he was Joint Commissioner of Police (Administration) of Mumbai Police. He served seven years in Austria in the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), India's external intelligence agency. According to former senior Mumbai Police officer Y.C. Pawar, Mr. Karkare was regarded as very influential officer in police circles.
At 9.45 p.m. on 26 November 2008, while having his dinner at his Dadar residence, he received a call about a terrorist attack at Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus (C.S.T.) station. He switched on the TV for news and left at once with his driver and bodyguards for C.S.T. There he donned a bullet-proof vest and helmet (shown on news channels live), and went to Platform No.1, but found it deserted. He was then informed that the terrorists had moved to the Cama and Albless Hospital (Cama) next to the Azad Maidan police station.
The operation was difficult as it was dark and the terrorists were well prepared and virtually on a fidayeen mission. The officers, with a few constables, went into Cama from the back. A couple of constables were left stationed at the back entrance of Cama, while the rest boarded a Qualis jeep. Senior Police Inspector Vijay Salaskar asked the driver of the Qualis to let him take over at the wheel. About that time, they heard on the wireless that the terrorists were hiding behind a red car.
As they turned from the Crime Branch office towards Rang Bhavan looking for the red car, near the Corporation Bank ATM, they saw one of the terrorists running. Ashok Kamte, ACP of Mumbai East, or Salaskar – or both – fired, the bullet hitting the terrorist on his arm, his AK-47 fell down. He was Kasab, the lone terrorist captured alive later. As they were thinking of getting down, a second terrorist, Ismail Khan appeared and fired a volley of bullets at them. All but one, Assistant Police Inspector Jadhav, died.
Hemant Karkare, Ashok Kamte, Salaskar and others died in fighting the Mumbai attacks, on 27 November 2008 in a narrow lane between St. Xavier's College and Rang Bhavan, just a stone throw away from the Crime Branch office.
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Lucknow में Constable Father का बेटा बना SP, हिचक नहीं अब गर्व से करेंगे Salute । वनइंडिया हिंदी
Police constable proud after son takes charge as his superior in Lucknow. A case has been reported from Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh's capital, which you will also be proud to hear. In fact, the constable father's son has come as an IPS in a police station in Lucknow. Now father will have to bow to his son but the soldier father says that he will salute his son SP proudly.
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उत्तर प्रदेश की राजधानी लखनऊ से एक ऐसा मामला सामने आया है , जिसे सुनकर आप भी गर्व महसूस करेंगे । दरअसल लखनऊ के एक पुलिस थाने में कांस्टेबल पिता का बेटा आईपीएस बनकर आया है । अब पिता को अपने बेटे को सलाम ठोंकना पड़ेगा लेकिन इस पर सिपाही पिता का कहना है कि वो अपने एसपी बेटे को गर्व से सैल्यूट करेंगे.
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Ajmal Kasab verdict an important milestone: Mumbai Police
Mumbai: The Mumbai Crime Branch, which probed the 26/11 terror attack case, on Wednesday termed as an important milestone the Supreme Court verdict upholding death sentence of Pakistani gunman Ajmal Kasab. For more info log on to:
26/11 attacks survivor urges govt to honour assurances
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Mumbai, Aug 26 (ANI): Devika Rotawan is the survivor and an eye-witness to the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, is facing hardship, especially following the lockdown period. While speaking to ANI, she requested the government to fulfil the help assured to her earlier, in the wake of Mumbai attacks. She said, “I seek support from the govt. I was told by govt that I'll be given a house & all assistance but it has not happened yet. I had received help of Rs 10 lakh from CM, it was used for my treatment for TB. I am thankful for that but the promises made to me before that have not been met yet.” “I'm facing a lot of problem, especially in lockdown. I demand that a house be arranged for us - my family and me. My landlord has told me that if I can't pay rent, I will have to look for a house somewhere else,” she added.
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My father has reached heaven today: Vijay Salaskar's daughter on Kasab's execution
Speaking to NDTV, 26/11 martyr Vijay Salaskar's daughter Divya also says even though Ajmal Kasab has been hanged, other culprits must be brought to book.
Kasab's hanging homage to my husband: Vijay Salaskar's wife
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Press conference by Chief Minister of Maharashtra state
1. Maharashtra State Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh walking into media briefing
2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vilasrao Deshmukh, Maharashtra State Chief Minister:
So far as the nationality is concerned: German - 3 dead; USA - 1; British - 1; Japan- 1; Canada - 2; Australia - 1; Italy - 1; China - 1; Thailand - 1; Israel - 3. And unknown three.
3. Cutaway of reporters
4. SOUNDBITE: (Hindi) Vilasrao Deshmukh, Maharashtra State Chief Minister:
10 terrorists were there, eight have been eliminated and one has been captured alive.
5. Wide of briefing
6. SOUNDBITE: (Hindi) Vilasrao Deshmukh, Maharashtra State Chief Minister:
Total foreigners injured were 22, of which 22 have died.
7. SOUNDBITE: (Hindi) R. R. Patil, Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra:
Mobile, mobile phones, police have found lot of leads and evidence.
8. SOUNDBITE: (Hindi) R. R. Patil, Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra:
Bullets were found with them, hand grenades were found, bombs were found. The investigation is going on, we have concluded that they had planned to kill at least five thousand people.
9. Cutaway of reporters
10. SOUNDBITE: (Hindi) Vilasrao Deshmukh, Maharashtra State Chief Minister:
Yes the captured terrorist was Pakistani, as Mr Jaiswal and we all have said, but the other people with him, their nationality is still under investigation.
11. Deshmukh leaving
An Indian official on Saturday said one of the captured assailants who took part in the attacks in Mumbai was from Pakistan.
Maharashtra state Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh said in a news briefing in Mumbai on Saturday that the captured terrorist was Pakistani.
The other people with him, their nationality is still under investigation.
A previously unknown Muslim group with a name suggesting origins inside India claimed responsibility for the attack, but Indian officials said the sole surviving gunman was from Pakistan and pointed a finger of blame at their neighbour and rival.
Deshmukh's deputy, R.R. Patil, also identified the gunman as a Pakistani national, Mohammad Ajmal Qasam.
Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani insisted his country was not involved.
His government was initially sending an intelligence official to assist in the probe but on Saturday withdrew the offer, damaging efforts to head off a crisis between the nuclear-armed rivals.
The gunmen had sophisticated equipment and used GPS, mobile and satellite phones to communicate Patil said.
During the briefing Deshmukh also confirmed the numbers and nationalities of foreigners killed in the attacks - they included Americans, Germans, Canadians, Israelis and nationals from Britain, Italy, Japan, China, Thailand, Australia and Singapore.
The 60-hour rampage which killed at least 195 people across India's financial capital ended on Saturday when commandos killed the last three gunmen inside the Taj Mahal Hotel while it was engulfed in flames.
Some 295 people were also wounded in the violence that started when heavily armed assailants attacked 10 sites across Mumbai on Wednesday night.
At least 20 soldiers and police were among the dead.
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Why Pulwama attack chargesheet matters, RBI on Indian economy, GST council meets
In today’s episode we’re first speaking with The Indian Express’s Deeptiman Tiwary explains what’s in the National Investigation Agency’s chargesheet in the 2019 Pulwama attack case and why it matters in the battle against Pakistan terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed.
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Singh says nobody wants war seeking to lower tensions with Pakistan
1. Wide shot Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh entering a meeting with Indian heads of mission
2. Wide shot of meeting
3. Mid shot of Singh seated on the podium
4. Cutaway diplomats
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5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Manmohan Singh, Indian Prime Minister
The issue is not war, the issue is terror and territory in Pakistan being used to promote, to aid and abet these terrorists. I think that is the issue. The issue is not war. Nobody wants war.
(Reporter's question: What exactly do you want Pakistan to do?)
We would like an objective effort to dismantle the terror machine, and the government of Pakistan knows what that implies. And we expect them as a member of United Nations - there are several United Nations resolutions, not one, 1267, but many resolutions passed over the years - we would like Pakistan to comply with those resolutions. We would like the international community to use its power of persuasion to persuade Pakistan to comply with those resolutions.
6. Wide of Singh getting into car
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh sought to lower tensions with neighbouring Pakistan on Tuesday in the wake of the Mumbai attacks, saying nobody wants war.
The investigation into the attacks that killed 164 people has strained relations between nuclear-armed India and Pakistan - long-time rivals that have fought three wars since gaining independence from Britain in 1947.
The issue is not war, nobody wants war, Singh told reporters in New Delhi.
On Monday, in a display of force, Pakistani fighter jets flew low over several of Pakistan's major cities.
Pakistan's air force declined to comment on the flights but issued a statement saying: In view of the current environment, the Pakistan Air Force has enhanced its vigilance.
Pakistan has also accused Indian jet fighters of violating its airspace - a charge New Delhi denies.
India has blamed the Pakistani-based militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba for the Mumbai attacks and demanded Pakistan take action against it and other groups operating from Pakistani soil.
Singh reiterated this demand on Tuesday.
The issue is terror and territory in Pakistan being used to promote and abet terrorism, he said.
On Monday, India gave Pakistan a letter reportedly written by Mohammed Ajmal Kasab, the only gunman captured after the Mumbai attacks.
Kasab wrote that all ten gunmen involved in the November 26 attack came from Pakistan, India's Foreign Ministry said.
He also requested a meeting with Pakistani envoys, it said.
In Islamabad, the head of Pakistan's Interior Ministry, Rehman Malik, said on Tuesday that Pakistan had no record of Kasab.
Malik, speaking at a press conference with Interpol Secretary General Ronald Noble, said the letter was being examined by experts, but reiterated that Pakistan could not fully investigate potential links back to the country without more evidence from India.
The head of Interpol said Pakistan had agreed to work with his organisation to help investigate the Mumbai attacks, in which 164 people and nine of the ten accused gunmen were killed.
But Noble said India had not provided any information that would allow Interpol to identify the identities of the individuals involved, or that would allow Interpol member countries to determine if any links exist between them (and) any person, any group and any other country.
At the same time, he defended India's right to decide when to share additional evidence. I really respect a sovereign's decision to decide when to share information with police worldwide, Noble said.
India said it had provided enough evidence for Pakistan to crack down on Lashkar-e-Taiba, the group blamed for the attacks.
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Slain Maharashtra ATS chief given state funeral
Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) chief Hemant Karkare, who was killed while leading from the front in the battle against terrorists who attacked Mumbai, was given a state funeral in the city on Saturday.