Mumbai Blasts 2011


'Mumbai Blasts 2011' - 18 News Result(s)

  • Mumbai blast toll rises to 25

    Mumbai blast toll rises to 25

    The death toll in the July 13 serial blasts in Mumbai rose to 25 on Thursday as another injured died of his injuries at a hospital in Mumbai, officials said.According to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation's Disaster Control Centre, 48-year-old Vallabhbhai Gadhiya died at Saifee Hospital.Injured in the blast at Opera House in south Mumbai, Gadhi...

  • Manuals for Ganesha mandals to help fight terror

    Manuals for Ganesha mandals to help fight terror

    After the recent blasts in some of the city's most crowded markets, Ganesh mandals have decided to put security measures high up on their list of priorities this year.

  • Mumbai blasts death toll climbs to 22

    Mumbai blasts death toll climbs to 22

    Another victim of the July 13 serial blasts who was admitted to the J J hospital, Mumbai, succumbed to his injuries today, taking the death toll in the terror attack to 22.

  • 13/7 victim dies before naming his daughter

    13/7 victim dies before naming his daughter

    "He wanted to name her Arpita, but she will never hear her father call her by that name," said an inconsolable Ashwini, who was sitting outside J J Hospital's morgue with her month-and-a-half old unnamed daughter. Ashok Bate (35) died at the JJ hospital yesterday after 50 per cent burns and serious injuries to his abdomen and left arm.

  • Some who tried to make money off 13/7 tragedy

    Some who tried to make money off 13/7 tragedy

    Touts and hearse operators seem to be sounding the death knell for Mumbai's famed 'spirit'. After several stories emerged of a private agent duping the kin of the dead in last week's blasts by issuing certificates for the transfer of the bodies outside city limits for a charge which were actually supposed to be issued by the BMC for free comes a sh...

  • Indian Mujahideen founder was a bad student

    Indian Mujahideen founder was a bad student

    Iqbal Bhatkal may be considered the second-most powerful man in the Indian Mujahideen (IM) hierarchy, but his origins are humble, considering he was unable to complete a diploma course despite 18 attempts.

  • Mumbai blasts due to state government's negligence, says Kamat

    Sulking Congress leader Gurudas Kamat, who recently quit the Union council of ministers, has blamed the Maharashtra Government for the 13/7 triple bomb blasts that rocked Mumbai.     Kamat, who visited his constituency Mumbai North West for the first time after his resignation, criticised the state government for not learni...

  • No help requested from India on the Mumbai attack: US

    No help requested from India on the Mumbai attack: US

    The United States has not received any request of help from India on its investigations of the Mumbai terrorist attack this week, a State Department official said today.

  • Mumbai terror attack: Understand shock and outrage, says PM

    Mumbai terror attack: Understand shock and outrage, says PM

    Twenty four hours after it was stabbed with its latest terror attack, Mumbai was confronted with an identification parade of the grizzliest of facts. A severed head. A heavily-wired dead body that may have been a suicide bomber. Seventeen dead, 131 injured. And the likelihood that whoever is behind the three rush hour blasts of Wednesday evening ha...

  • Mumbai counts its losses as PM, Sonia arrive

    Mumbai counts its losses as  PM, Sonia arrive

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Sonia Gandhi have arrived in Mumbai. They are scheduled to visit those injured in yesterday's blasts at JJ Hospital. Seventeen people are dead; 133 were hospitalised with injuries after three blasts within 12 minutes at Dadar, Zaveri Bazaar and Opera House on Wednesday. 13/7 got added to Mumbai's tragic terror cale...

  • Electric circuit found on one dead in terror attack

    Electric circuit found on one dead in terror attack

    An electric circuit has been found on one of the bodies recovered after the serial bombings, a top doctor at the JJ Hospital said here Thursday.

  • Bangalore police on toes after Mumbai blasts

    Bangalore police on toes after Mumbai blasts

    The state police have issued high alert in all police commissionerates and all district head quarters after three explosions rocked Mumbai yesterday evening.

  • All we saw were pools of blood: Dadar residents

    All we saw were pools of blood: Dadar residents

    Ravindra Sohoni, a resident of Pandit Niwas building, which is right next to where the blast took place at Kabutar Khana, Dadar lives with his wife recounts their initial reactions to the explosion. "We have had a close shave with death and survived and we are grateful to God," said Sohoni.

  • Owner of car at blast site shaken, but alive

    Owner of car at blast site shaken, but alive

    The Maruti Esteem you saw on TV, left damaged by the blast at Dadar yesterday evening, wasn't carrying the bomb, contrary to speculation. Bearing the number MH43A 9384, it was on its way to drop its passengers home: a mason, a painter, and the car's owner and driver, Deepak Patel (37).

  • 99 per cent terror attacks stopped: Rahul Gandhi

    99 per cent terror attacks stopped: Rahul Gandhi

    Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi on Thursday said that 99 per cent of the terror attacks had been stopped in the country, thanks to various measures, including improved intelligence.Addressing a press conference at Bhubaneswar, a day after serial bombings in Mumbai killed at least 17 people and injured more than 130, the Congress MP called f...

'Mumbai Blasts 2011' - 18 News Result(s)

  • Mumbai blast toll rises to 25

    Mumbai blast toll rises to 25

    The death toll in the July 13 serial blasts in Mumbai rose to 25 on Thursday as another injured died of his injuries at a hospital in Mumbai, officials said.According to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation's Disaster Control Centre, 48-year-old Vallabhbhai Gadhiya died at Saifee Hospital.Injured in the blast at Opera House in south Mumbai, Gadhi...

  • Manuals for Ganesha mandals to help fight terror

    Manuals for Ganesha mandals to help fight terror

    After the recent blasts in some of the city's most crowded markets, Ganesh mandals have decided to put security measures high up on their list of priorities this year.

  • Mumbai blasts death toll climbs to 22

    Mumbai blasts death toll climbs to 22

    Another victim of the July 13 serial blasts who was admitted to the J J hospital, Mumbai, succumbed to his injuries today, taking the death toll in the terror attack to 22.

  • 13/7 victim dies before naming his daughter

    13/7 victim dies before naming his daughter

    "He wanted to name her Arpita, but she will never hear her father call her by that name," said an inconsolable Ashwini, who was sitting outside J J Hospital's morgue with her month-and-a-half old unnamed daughter. Ashok Bate (35) died at the JJ hospital yesterday after 50 per cent burns and serious injuries to his abdomen and left arm.

  • Some who tried to make money off 13/7 tragedy

    Some who tried to make money off 13/7 tragedy

    Touts and hearse operators seem to be sounding the death knell for Mumbai's famed 'spirit'. After several stories emerged of a private agent duping the kin of the dead in last week's blasts by issuing certificates for the transfer of the bodies outside city limits for a charge which were actually supposed to be issued by the BMC for free comes a sh...

  • Indian Mujahideen founder was a bad student

    Indian Mujahideen founder was a bad student

    Iqbal Bhatkal may be considered the second-most powerful man in the Indian Mujahideen (IM) hierarchy, but his origins are humble, considering he was unable to complete a diploma course despite 18 attempts.

  • Mumbai blasts due to state government's negligence, says Kamat

    Sulking Congress leader Gurudas Kamat, who recently quit the Union council of ministers, has blamed the Maharashtra Government for the 13/7 triple bomb blasts that rocked Mumbai.     Kamat, who visited his constituency Mumbai North West for the first time after his resignation, criticised the state government for not learni...

  • No help requested from India on the Mumbai attack: US

    No help requested from India on the Mumbai attack: US

    The United States has not received any request of help from India on its investigations of the Mumbai terrorist attack this week, a State Department official said today.

  • Mumbai terror attack: Understand shock and outrage, says PM

    Mumbai terror attack: Understand shock and outrage, says PM

    Twenty four hours after it was stabbed with its latest terror attack, Mumbai was confronted with an identification parade of the grizzliest of facts. A severed head. A heavily-wired dead body that may have been a suicide bomber. Seventeen dead, 131 injured. And the likelihood that whoever is behind the three rush hour blasts of Wednesday evening ha...

  • Mumbai counts its losses as PM, Sonia arrive

    Mumbai counts its losses as  PM, Sonia arrive

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Sonia Gandhi have arrived in Mumbai. They are scheduled to visit those injured in yesterday's blasts at JJ Hospital. Seventeen people are dead; 133 were hospitalised with injuries after three blasts within 12 minutes at Dadar, Zaveri Bazaar and Opera House on Wednesday. 13/7 got added to Mumbai's tragic terror cale...

  • Electric circuit found on one dead in terror attack

    Electric circuit found on one dead in terror attack

    An electric circuit has been found on one of the bodies recovered after the serial bombings, a top doctor at the JJ Hospital said here Thursday.

  • Bangalore police on toes after Mumbai blasts

    Bangalore police on toes after Mumbai blasts

    The state police have issued high alert in all police commissionerates and all district head quarters after three explosions rocked Mumbai yesterday evening.

  • All we saw were pools of blood: Dadar residents

    All we saw were pools of blood: Dadar residents

    Ravindra Sohoni, a resident of Pandit Niwas building, which is right next to where the blast took place at Kabutar Khana, Dadar lives with his wife recounts their initial reactions to the explosion. "We have had a close shave with death and survived and we are grateful to God," said Sohoni.

  • Owner of car at blast site shaken, but alive

    Owner of car at blast site shaken, but alive

    The Maruti Esteem you saw on TV, left damaged by the blast at Dadar yesterday evening, wasn't carrying the bomb, contrary to speculation. Bearing the number MH43A 9384, it was on its way to drop its passengers home: a mason, a painter, and the car's owner and driver, Deepak Patel (37).

  • 99 per cent terror attacks stopped: Rahul Gandhi

    99 per cent terror attacks stopped: Rahul Gandhi

    Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi on Thursday said that 99 per cent of the terror attacks had been stopped in the country, thanks to various measures, including improved intelligence.Addressing a press conference at Bhubaneswar, a day after serial bombings in Mumbai killed at least 17 people and injured more than 130, the Congress MP called f...

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