Sunday, November 30, 2008

Mumbai Voices

Here is the world, compliments of the Internet.

Listen as MARK ABEL, a British lawyer who was trapped in the Oberoi Hotel, describe his ordeal, and praises the Indian authorities and staff at the hotel: "They've been incredibly good and kind. They are a credit to their country."

Read Arun Shanbhag's blog, as he describes life resuming in Mumbai: the determined re-opening of the Leopold Cafe, just days after its seige, walkers along the wide paths fronting the Trident Hotel, kids practicing karate, the everyday bustle of Mumbai as its citizens reclaim life.

SKYNEWS: Mourning Begins in Mumbai.

(Left) AP photo shows damage inside the Nariman House, the Mumbai site of the Jewish orthodox Chabad-Lubavitch organization. Its rabbi, his spouse and three others were killed here.


Indian officials resign.

Bloggers Provide Raw View

Vinu's photostream at Flickr.

#Mumbai: 50-100 posts per minute.

UNCONFIRMED REPORTS. Unnamed doctors have stated that the hostages were tortured and then killed in cold blood.

The same report in the Rediff India Abroad, states that the faces of the dead terrorist were "beyond recognition." One had been shot in both eyes, bringing to mind Ghandi.

An eye for an eye will make the whole world blind.

You Tube interview of a hotel guest, Philip Badge:

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