Mumbai attacks
Taj Mahal palace hotel on fire

Page last updated at 12:14 GMT, Monday, 18 October 2010 13:14 UK
Mumbai gunman Mohammed Ajmal Amir Qasab
The sole surviving gunman from the 2008 Mumbai attacks in which 174 people died is found guilty in an Indian court.

FEATURES, VIEWS AND ANALYSIS
map of mumbai with labels
A clickable guide to the six key locations targeted by gunmen in Mumbai, including two hotels, a railway station and hospital
Witnesses and relatives recount Mumbai horrors
The hotel manager who lost his family in the attacks
The Jewish toddler who survived and now lives in Israel
Is India now better prepared, asks Praveen Swami
How the attacks unfolded at sites around Mumbai
Pakistan camp's open day to tackle Mumbai claims

ANALYSIS

BACKGROUND



KEY STORIES
EYEWITNESS ACCOUNTS
Pappu Mishra, restaurant-owner at Mumbai's Victoria Terminus railway station 'I was totally puzzled'
Five survivors recall their harrowing experiences.

Mumbai shootings 'Bodies outside our room'
A British businesswoman relives the horror and the chaos.

Flames and black smoke billow from the Taj Mahal Palace hotel, Mumbai, on 27/11/08 SA 'heroes' save hostages
South African bodyguards tell how they rescued 120 people.



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