Mumbai residents returned to work Monday for the first time since last week’s terrorist attacks. But Indians remained shocked and angry at the newly-evident holes in the city’s security. Simon Marks reports from Mumbai on the aftermath of the attacks. Continue reading
As more details emerge about the Mumbai attacks, questions are stirring on India’s ability to prevent and respond to terrorism. Analysts examine the government’s response and what it means for larger security issues. Continue reading
Dozens of people died Wednesday in Mumbai, India, in a series of gun and grenade attacks targeting hotels and other sites. Washington Post reporter Rama Lakshmi provides details from the scene. Continue reading
Eight bombs blasted commuter trains in India Tuesday, killing more than 140 people in a well-coordinated terrorist attack. A reporter provides an update.
Eight explosions tore through Mumbai’s commuter rail in India’s financial district during rush hour Tuesday, killing at least 147 people and wounding more than 400 in what authorities are calling a well-coordinated attack. Continue reading