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Indian Black Day - 26/11(Indian date) - will not forget, will not forgive -- (Edited 12/14/09 08:29PM by Seth)
 
Indian Black Day - 26/11(Indian date) - will not forget, will not forgive -- <span style="font-size:12px;">(Edited 12/14/09 08:29PM by Seth)</span> Photo

The 2008 Mumbai attacks were more than ten coordinated shooting and bombing attacks across Mumbai, India's financial capital and its largest city. The attacks, which drew widespread condemnation across the world, began on 26 November 2008 and lasted until 29 November.

NSG Commandos fought out all the terrorist capturing 1 alive, Mohammad Ajmal Amir, disclosed that the attackers were members of Lashkar-e-Taiba, the Pakistan-based militant organization.

At least 164 victims (civilians and security personnel) and 9 attackers were killed in the attacks. Among the dead were 28 foreign nationals from 10 countries.

 Let their soul rest in peace and also pray for all who became victim of terrorism.  

 



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#4 | 1707 days ago

My thoughts with the people of India, specially my dear Indian friends here in Q.
  
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#1 | 1707 days ago

Sorry for your tradgedy.......Not  unlike the 9/11 here may you never forget and never lower your guard again.
#2 | 1707 days ago

Interesting
#3 | 1707 days ago

Thank you for sharing this message with us. Great job for the NSG Commandos with "laying low" the predators. India is a true and worthy ally with us in the war against global terrorism. I grieve the souls lost among the peaceful citizens of India.
#4 | 1707 days ago

My thoughts with the people of India, specially my dear Indian friends here in Q.
#5 | 1706 days ago

Like everyone else, I'm so sorry for the horrible events that occurred this time last year. 

I have to admit I don't know how the city and victims have been doing since the attacks, but I wish nothing but the best to all.
#6 | 1706 days ago

Offering prayers for peace...
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#7 | 1706 days ago

I wish we didn't have to have these "days" all over the world. It's good to remember, but horrible having to.
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#8 | 1706 days ago

So sorry for your attacks.  My prayers for your people and those the world over who have been harmed by these terroists,  who want nothing less than world domination.
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#9 | 1706 days ago

I'm so so sorry to hear about the tragedy and my thoughts and prayers for peace to all my friends in India.
#10 | 1706 days ago

(Edited by raja_starkglass)
 It is one year, since this tragedy happened or rather allowed to happen, with vote bank politics and leaders pampering the vote banks, it is for all the citizens to be alert, vigilant and aware of the fanatic behaviors of deviant individuals, system fails only when , we in the system allow it to fail. Not only Capt. Sandeep unnikrishnan, brave commander who sacrificed his life to save the citizens, but brave officers, Hemanth Karkare, Paluskar and Kamte died, which was again irresponsible knee jerk top brass of the police which took matters for granted, as the political bosses got re-elected in spite of incompetence, as there was not much of choice for the voters.My heart grieves for those who are alive after loosing their son, husband as the system has not taken enough steps even after this tragedy except talk shows on useless TV  with celeb anchors eyeing for further awards and rewards for the talk shows.!Media was at its worst after the happening, in India as against 9/11 of America, catering selectively, to faith leaders, instead of being firm and impartial, were partisan.
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#11 | 1706 days ago

I  AM  PROUD  TO  AN  INDIAN....I  SALUTE    THOSE,  WHO  LOST  THEIR   LIVES  FIGHTING   TERRORISTS,
AND  ALSO  THE  INNOCENT  PEOPLE.... TERRORISM   MUST  BE  ABOLISHED    FROM  THIS   WORLD....

#12 | 1706 days ago

We must keep fighting cause this is not over yet.
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#13 | 1706 days ago

 There have been lapses in our security part especially those guarding the coastline. But what happened last year should be an eye opener (though infiltrations were later on, after 26/11, still reported) for the intel-services to be more pro-active with a more concerted effort to efficiently track down pre-emptive subversive actions. But, all these are futile as long as the rogue country still get the backing of strong and hostile allies and freebies to further their rogue cause...
My heart goes to those bereaved and affected families, especially those gallant Jawans who place their lives before the country.
Jai Hind!!!
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#14 | 1706 days ago

What a terrible tragedy for all involved, prayers for all who lost loved ones. I am sure although it happened the loss and prayers are still needed. The terrorism that  happens across the world is sickening, uncalled for and hope that soon that peace will come to all countries around the world. I wish that all countries would work together to abolish these people who take lives in the name of their gods. I hope that the countries would raise their children with better values and more respect for all countries. If we could remember that we are all children of a higher power and in the end we are all brothers and sisters, and unite then one day maybe peace would follow. Prayers and love to all friends of the Q. I am thankful for all who share in loving thoughts instead of hateful ones.
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#15 | 1705 days ago

On 26/11/2008 I lost someone I consider my Guru. One year down the line I have started to wonder whether his death meant anything at all to the shit-faced politicians of this country. One year down the line I have justified doubts whether they took any lesson from the death of 170 odd more people. Thankfully, while the politicians, on the anniversary of the horrific attacks continue playing petty games of political oneupmanship, we the people of India stand united, now more than ever before. Thankfully we know that the brave men in uniform who defended us on that day a year ago are ready to do it again, despite poor ammunition, despite sub-standard protective gear, despite even a proper salary. But one year down the line I am not confident that this is the last such attack we have seen. Why? Because in the last 13 years there have been at least 28 such attacks from the same terrorist groups costing, by conservative estimates, at least 1100 lives. Because this year our brothers in Mumbai commemorated 12th March 1993, 13th March 2003, 25th August 2003, 11th July 2006 and 29th September 2008 apart from 26th November 2008. Sadly, on this day I have been left wondering why Tukaram Ombale, the brave-heart Assistant-Sub-Inspector who was instrumental in capturing Ajmal Kasab alive by holding on to the terrorist despite being pumped with bullets from an AK-47 Rifle, had to go into battle armed only with a wooden stick. Sadly, I am still wondering whether Mr.Hemant Karkare, Mr. Ashok Kamte and Mr. Vijay Salaskar would have been still alive had they not been provided frock-like 'bullet-proof' jackets which left the neck area completely exposed, and anyway got pierced by bullets from the terrorists in the chest area as well. And yes, I am in grave doubt if one year down the line the situation has improved. Still, on this day we stand united to face the terror and not back off an inch. That is important. On this day let us remember the roughly 175 people who died on those 3 fateful days in Mumbai. Above all, let us salute the brave men who sacrificed their lives to defend ours:

1. Hemant Karkare                           Ex-RAW officer, Chief of ATS, Mumbai police
 

 
2. Ashok Kamte                                Additional-Commissioner, Mumbai police
 

 
3. Vijay Salaskar                               Senior Inspector, Mumbai police
 

 
4. Tukaram Ombale                          Assistant-Sub-Inspector, Mumbai Police
                                                       (responsible for the capture of Ajmal Kasab
                                                          while armed only with a stick).
                                  
 
 
 
 
 
5. Ambadas Pawar                            Constable, Mumbai police

 
6. Arun Chitte                                    Constable, Mumbai Police
 

 
7. Balasaheb Bhosale                     Assistant-Sub-Inspector, Mumbai Police
 

 
8. Bapusaheb Durugade                  Sub-Inspector, Mumbai Police
 

 
9. Jaywant Patil                                Constable, Mumbai Police
 
 
 
 10. Prakash More                             Sub-Inspector, Mumbai Police
 

 
11. Vijay Khandekar                         Constable
 

 
12. Shashank Shinde,                      Inspector, Mumbai police
 

 
13. Yogesh Patil                               Constable, Mumbai Police
 

 
14. M.C. Chowdhary                        Head Constable, Reserve Police Force


15. Rahul S. Shinde                         Constable, State Reserve Police Force
 

 
16. Mukesh Jadhav                          Constable, Home Guard
 

 
17. Gajendra Singh                          Commando, National Security Guard
 

 
18. Sandeep Unnikrishnan              Major, National Security Guard
.
 
 
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#16 | 1705 days ago

aritragupta wrote:
On 26/11/2008 I lost someone I consider my Guru. One year down the line I have started to wonder whether his death meant anything at all to the shit-faced politicians of this country. One year down the line I have justified doubts whether they took any lesson from the death of 170 odd more people. Thankfully, while the politicians, on the anniversary of the horrific attacks continue playing petty games of political oneupmanship, we the people of India stand united, now more than ever before. Thankfully we know that the brave men in uniform who defended us on that day a year ago are ready to do it again, despite poor ammunition, despite sub-standard protective gear, despite even a proper salary. But one year down the line I am not confident that this is the last such attack we have seen. Why? Because in the last 13 years there have been at least 28 such attacks from the same terrorist groups costing, by conservative estimates, at least 1100 lives. Because this year our brothers in Mumbai commemorated 12th March 1993, 13th March 2003, 25th August 2003, 11th July 2006 and 29th September 2008 apart from 26th November 2008. Sadly, on this day I have been left wondering why Tukaram Ombale, the brave-heart Assistant-Sub-Inspector who was instrumental in capturing Ajmal Kasab alive by holding on to the terrorist despite being pumped with bullets from an AK-47 Rifle, had to go into battle armed only with a wooden stick. Sadly, I am still wondering whether Mr.Hemant Karkare, Mr. Ashok Kamte and Mr. Vijay Salaskar would have been still alive had they not been provided frock-like 'bullet-proof' jackets which left the neck area completely exposed, and anyway got pierced by bullets from the terrorists in the chest area as well. And yes, I am in grave doubt if one year down the line the situation has improved. Still, on this day we stand united to face the terror and not back off an inch. That is important. On this day let us remember the roughly 175 people who died on those 3 fateful days in Mumbai. Above all, let us salute the brave men who sacrificed their lives to defend ours:

1. Hemant Karkare                           Ex-RAW officer, Chief of ATS, Mumbai police
 

 
2. Ashok Kamte                                Additional-Commissioner, Mumbai police
 

 
3. Vijay Salaskar                               Senior Inspector, Mumbai police
 

 
4. Tukaram Ombale                          Assistant-Sub-Inspector, Mumbai Police
                                                       (responsible for the capture of Ajmal Kasab
                                                          while armed only with a stick).
                                  
 
 
 
 
 
5. Ambadas Pawar                            Constable, Mumbai police

 
6. Arun Chitte                                    Constable, Mumbai Police
 

 
7. Balasaheb Bhosale                     Assistant-Sub-Inspector, Mumbai Police
 

 
8. Bapusaheb Durugade                  Sub-Inspector, Mumbai Police
 

 
9. Jaywant Patil                                Constable, Mumbai Police
 
 
 
 10. Prakash More                             Sub-Inspector, Mumbai Police
 

 
11. Vijay Khandekar                         Constable
 

 
12. Shashank Shinde,                      Inspector, Mumbai police
 

 
13. Yogesh Patil                               Constable, Mumbai Police
 

 
14. M.C. Chowdhary                        Head Constable, Reserve Police Force


15. Rahul S. Shinde                         Constable, State Reserve Police Force
 

 
16. Mukesh Jadhav                          Constable, Home Guard
 

 
17. Gajendra Singh                          Commando, National Security Guard
 

 
18. Sandeep Unnikrishnan              Major, National Security Guard
.
 
 
 I am sorry for your loss and yes we all lost many many good person known or unknown. You are true that, will there be change or it will go on "policy, tricks" (Politics) ...hope we all will unite more than ever now and face it strong and that will off coarse bring more changes. Many things have been developed but more have to be done as terror has no face.


#17 | 1704 days ago

We Indians in  this One year (Post 26/11/2008 attacks) has shown the world our Courage.
Time has come "The World" should Unite to fight the terrisim,
True Salute to the Martry's will be given the Day 'azmal kasab' the culprit will be hanged.
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