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They are the pride of Mumbai. They are the lifeline of Mumbai. On July 11, 2006, they snapped. Multiple bombs ripped through the first class coaches of many of the city's trains. 187 people were killed.

A year later, tells you what has changed and what has not.

• Mumbai remembers 11/7
• Blasts accused show no regret
• This is what terrorism does
• A year later, Big Brother's watching

• Children of 11/7: 'I cry sometimes'
• 11/7: We MUST remember
• The 11/7 blast trains, a year later
• The children of 11/7: 'Papa was the best'
• Railways jobs: Everyone not happy

• A tattoo as a statement of love
• Children of 11/7: 'Yes, they miss him'
• 'Mumbai police don't have any credible evidence'
• Blasts accused show no regret
• For the record: the 11/7 chargesheet

• How 11/7 broke a cop's family
• 11/7: Reconstructing damaged bogies
• Driving a death train
• Tackling an emergency on tracks
• Guarding Mumbai’s lifeline
• For the record: The 11/7 chargesheet
• Can accused claim POW status?
• Rs 4.56 cr given as compensation to victims

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