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HindustanTimes Wed,26 Nov 2014

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26/11 attacks: A look-back, a reminder
Fire engulfed a part of the Taj Hotel in Mumbai. Heavily armed gunmen stormed the luxury hotel on November 26, 2008. (HT file photo)
Fire engulfed a part of the Taj Hotel in Mumbai. Heavily armed gunmen stormed the luxury hotel on November 26, 2008. (HT file photo)
Ajmal Kasab and Ismail Khan used AK-47 rifles and hand-grenades to kill unsuspecting passengers at the CST railway station during the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai. (Reuters file photo)
Ajmal Kasab and Ismail Khan used AK-47 rifles and hand-grenades to kill unsuspecting passengers at the CST railway station during the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai. (Reuters file photo)
Cops patrol the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) railway station in Mumbai on the eve of sixth anniversary of the 26/11 terror attacks. (Kalpak Pathak/HT photo)
Cops patrol the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) railway station in Mumbai on the eve of sixth anniversary of the 26/11 terror attacks. (Kalpak Pathak/HT photo)
Two terrorists, who had sailed towards Hotel Oberoi in their dinghy, entered the hotel, killing 35 people. (HT file photo)
Two terrorists, who had sailed towards Hotel Oberoi in their dinghy, entered the hotel, killing 35 people. (HT file photo)
Hotel Oberoi reopened in April 2010 after extensive renovation and restoration post the 26/11 terror attacks. (HT file photo)
Hotel Oberoi reopened in April 2010 after extensive renovation and restoration post the 26/11 terror attacks. (HT file photo)
Guests were rescued through the windows as the gunmen fired indiscriminately in the luxury Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai on November 26, 2008. (HT file photo)
Guests were rescued through the windows as the gunmen fired indiscriminately in the luxury Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai on November 26, 2008. (HT file photo)
Gunmen took control of luxury Taj Mahal hotel, owned by Ratan Tata during the 26/11 attacks. (HT file photo)
Gunmen took control of luxury Taj Mahal hotel, owned by Ratan Tata during the 26/11 attacks. (HT file photo)
People took cover as the gunmen continued firing inside the Taj Mahal Hotel during the terror attacks. (HT file photo)
People took cover as the gunmen continued firing inside the Taj Mahal Hotel during the terror attacks. (HT file photo)
Cops patrol the area surrounding Taj Mahal Hotel. The renovated heritage wing of the Taj Hotel reopened after 21 months since 26/11. (HT file photo)
Cops patrol the area surrounding Taj Mahal Hotel. The renovated heritage wing of the Taj Hotel reopened after 21 months since 26/11. (HT file photo)
Bullet marks are seen on the walls of Nariman House, which was bought by the Chabad of India Trust, an orthodox Jewish organisation in 2006 and renamed the Chabad House. (HT file photo)
Bullet marks are seen on the walls of Nariman House, which was bought by the Chabad of India Trust, an orthodox Jewish organisation in 2006 and renamed the Chabad House. (HT file photo)
NSG commandos stormed Nariman House and flushed out the terrorists. On November 26, 2008, Mumbai came under heavy terrorist attack. (HT file photo)
NSG commandos stormed Nariman House and flushed out the terrorists. On November 26, 2008, Mumbai came under heavy terrorist attack. (HT file photo)
Efforts are on to convert the Chabad House into a museum. Chabad House was one of the targets of the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai. (HT file photo)
Efforts are on to convert the Chabad House into a museum. Chabad House was one of the targets of the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai. (HT file photo)
Efforts are on to convert the Chabad House into a museum. Chabad House was one of the targets of the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai. (HT file photo)
Efforts are on to convert the Chabad House into a museum. Chabad House was one of the targets of the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai. (HT file photo)
A new synagogue is contrusted on the second floor of the Nariman House (Chabad House). The House was one of the targets of the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai. (HT file photo)
A new synagogue is contrusted on the second floor of the Nariman House (Chabad House). The House was one of the targets of the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai. (HT file photo)
People continue to visit Leopold Cafe, which came under terrorist attack on November 26, 2008. (HT file photo)
People continue to visit Leopold Cafe, which came under terrorist attack on November 26, 2008. (HT file photo)
Two terrorists walk into the popular restaurant Leopold Café, pulled out their rifles and start firing indiscriminately on 26 November, 2008. (Hemant Padalkar/HT file photo)
Two terrorists walk into the popular restaurant Leopold Café, pulled out their rifles and start firing indiscriminately on 26 November, 2008. (Hemant Padalkar/HT file photo)
A file photo of Leopold Cafe six months after the 26/11 terror attacks - nothing had changed and the place was buzzing with activity. (HT file photo)
A file photo of Leopold Cafe six months after the 26/11 terror attacks - nothing had changed and the place was buzzing with activity. (HT file photo)
People continue to visit Leopold Cafe, which came under terrorist attack on November 26, 2008. (HT file photo)
People continue to visit Leopold Cafe, which came under terrorist attack on November 26, 2008. (HT file photo)
After attacking CST railway station, Ajmal Kasab and Ismail Khan headed to the Cama hospital on the November 26, 2008. (HT file photo)
After attacking CST railway station, Ajmal Kasab and Ismail Khan headed to the Cama hospital on the November 26, 2008. (HT file photo)
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