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Saturday, November 29, 2008, Chandigarh, India
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Itís not over yet...
Location 1: Oberoi. Secured.
148 hostages freed, many bodies recovered
Location 2: Taj.
Firing on.
More than one terrorist holed up
Location 3: Nariman. Secured.
Two terrorists, five hostages killed at this Jewish centre
A National Security Guards commando rappels from a helicopter near Nariman House from where hostages were freed on Friday night.
A National Security Guards commando rappels from a helicopter near Nariman House from where hostages were freed on Friday night. ó Reuters

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After blunt talk by PM, ISI chief to visit India
In an unprecedented move, Pakistan today agreed to send the chief of its main spy agency to New Delhi for sharing intelligence with Indian counterparts amid persistent accusations that Mumbai attackers had come from Karachi.

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Black Friday for Unnikrishnan family

Oberoi cleared, battle on at Taj
Mumbai, November 28
After a siege that lasted nearly 42 hours, commandos of the National Security Guard rescued the last batch of 148 guests, including several foreigners, holed up at the Trident Hotel of the Oberoi group at the downtown Mumbaiís Nariman Point area this afternoon.

Smoke billows out from the Taj as gunbattle rages between terrorists and security forces. ó Reuters

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15 bodies seen in one Taj room
Mumbai, November 28
The terrorists who struck at Taj Mahal hotel operated with ease and showed no remorse and fired at anyone who moved, a top marine commando said, adding he saw 12 to 15 bodies in a single room on the luxury premises.

Mauritian identity card, explosives recovered

Briton killed in Taj gave interview before his death
London, November 28
A British-Cypriot businessman was named as one of 125 persons killed in the Mumbai attacks, hours after he gave an interview describing how he was trapped in a hotel with gunmen outside.

Advani slams UPA for intelligence failure
New Delhi, November 28
Even as the BJP was keeping its powder dry against the government on the Mumbai terror attack till at least the successful completion of the commando operation against terrorists there, Leader of the Opposition L.K. Advani let out his steam against the government here today.

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As the terror drama unfolded in the countryís financial capital Mumbai, social networkers and bloggers rapidly posted pictures of the ongoing events and sent SMS-es over phone to whet the growing hunger for information and reports of live unedited action.

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He may have acted as an outlaw umpteen times on the screen but the terror attacks in Mumbai were enough to shake Amitabh Bachchan up who kept his revolver under his pillow while going to sleep.

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