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From the Print Edition
Endgame in Mumbai, death toll could be 200
Fighting continues, Jewish centre witnesses carnage; 200 people rescued from Trident and Oberoi hotels

Terrorists used hijacked vessel
MUMBAI: Even as special forces continued to battle the terrorists, investigators have been working to piece together the sequence of events that led up to the massacre that started on Wednesday night. Based on the continuing ...

ISI chief coming to India at the earliest
Decision after Manmohan’s talks with Pakistan Premier Gilani

Decision to send ISI chief to India draws flak
It’s tantamount to “admission of guilt,” say Pakistan Opposition parties

Qureshi: no training camps in Pakistan
NEW DELHI: Visiting Pakistan Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Friday said there were no terrorist training camps in Pakistan. The country was pursing a policy of cooperation to add a new chapter in bilateral relationship with ...

One more NSG contingent for Mumbai
NEW DELHI: As operations to flush out terrorists in Mumbai continued for the second day on Friday, the Centre rushed another contingent of the National Security Guard (NSG) commandos to the city. Briefing reporters here on Friday, ...

We will comment after formal order: Army
ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Army appeared to distance itself from the government decision to send Inter-Services Intelligence chief Lt. Gen. Ahmed Shuja Pasha to New Delhi in connection with the Mumbai terror attacks by saying it had received no ...

Why fish in troubled waters, asks Congress
“While whole world stands by India, principal opposition faults government”

BJP changes tack, assails government
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party has changed its tune within 12 hours of its call on Thursday for national unity and for all sections to sink their differences in the wake of the Mumbai terror attacks. By the time he landed in ...

Modi writes to Manmohan for review of internal security
Urges him to convene meeting of Chief Ministers of States bordering Pakistan

Seven militants killed in J&K encounters
Srinagar: At least seven militants were killed in Jammu and Kashmir in two separate encounters with security forces, who also unearthed an Improvised Explosive Device from Pulwama district, official sources said on Friday . Five ...

A monument to love – Mumbai’s Taj Mahal
A horrific terrorist attack has ravaged one of Mumbai’s most-loved symbols and taken the lives of many of its dedicated staff. This heritage hotel was not started as a commercial venture. It was Jamsetji Tata’s gift to the city he loved & #8212; as the Taj Mahal of Agra was Shah Jahan’s memorial to the woman he loved.

INTERNATIONAL
“A reminder of LTTE methods”
COLOMBO: Sri Lanka’s Foreign Minister Rohitha Bogollagama told Parliament on Friday that the government is confident that LTTE chief Velupillai Prabakaran’s overtures to India while delivering his “Hero’s Day” ...

Scotland Yard team leaves for India
English cricketers were due to check into the Taj; change of plan saves them

‘It is a safety net of ideas’
Bangalore: Nandan Nilekani, co-chairman and co-founder of Infosys Technologies Ltd., speaks to V. Sridhar about his recently-launched book, “ Imagining India: Ideas for the new century ...

TERROR IN MUMBAI
‘I would say one of those lotteries in life’
A hotel guest re-lives the night the terrorists attacked the Taj Palace and Towers in Mumbai

Rescue operation ends in tragedy
Mumbai: Forty-eight hours after it began, the battle at Nariman House ended in tragedy. Eight bodies were removed from the Jewish centre after intense fighting between the terrorists and the National Security Guards (NSG). The police ...

The lucky ones, and the not so lucky
A day of mixed fortunes for foreign nationals

Landmark buildings, target this time
Most foreign nationals prefer the Oberoi hotel

It was the last dinner for many at the Trident
MUMBAI: For Nitinbhai Mehta, it was a long wait before he learnt his maternal uncle was killed in the first two hours of the terror strike at the Trident Oberoi Hotel on Wednesday night. On Friday morning, Mr. Mehta was waiting outside ...

Premature action: Israeli experts
Jerusalem: Israeli security experts have said that the Indian security forces were premature in storming the besieged Nariman House. “Indians should have sanitised the area and first collected intelligence about the terrorists ...

CRICKET
British media lambasts Modi
Calls him a ‘single-minded character’

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