It’s been seven years since 10 Pakistani terrorists arrived by sea route and opened fire indiscriminately at different sites in Mumbai, killing 166, including 18 security personnel, and injuring several others, besides damaging property worth crores.
While the city has moved on, the memories of that still haunt us.
Foreign tourists taking selfies in front of the Taj Mahal hotel which was targeted during the 26/11 terror attack. Photograph: Mitesh Bhuvad/PTI
During the attacks, six explosions took place at the Taj and a hostage situation ensued after the terrorists had captured the hotel. Photograph: Mitesh Bhuvad/PTI
The busy Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus station was one of the eight sites attacked that fateful day. It is also the location where from where terrorist Ajmal Kasab was caught alive. Photograph: Mitesh Bhuvad/PTI
The two gunmen at CST killed 58 people and injured 104 others, their assault ending at about 10.45 pm on that night. Photograph: Mitesh Bhuvad/PTI
A view of bullet marks outside Nariman House which was targeted during the 26/11 terror attack in 2008. Photograph: Mitesh Bhuvad/PTI
An outer view of the Leopold Café, which was one of the first sites to be attacked. Photograph: Mitesh Bhuvad/PTI
Two attackers opened fire on the cafe on the evening of 26 November, killing at least 10 people, (including some foreigners), and injuring many more. Photograph: Mitesh Bhuvad/PTI