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Tragedy strikes In India

There was caos all over Mumbiai India which started Wensday and now is put to an end. All it took 10 young armed men to terrorize the 18 million people in the city of Mumbia. This was one of the most deadliest attacks in India.

What happened is disgusting," said Suresh Thakkar, 59, who reopened his clothing store behind the hotel Saturday for the first time since the attacks. "It will be harder to recover, but we will recover. Bombay people have a lot of spirit and courage."

The bloody rampage carried out by suspected Muslim militants at 10 sites across Mumbai, killed at least 195 people and wounded 295. Among the dead were six Americans.

The Taj hotel was on flames on Saturday when the Army killed the last 3 terrorist with gunfire and gernades.

Suddenly no one feels safe or secure," said Joe Sequeira, the manager of a popular restaurant near the Oberoi hotel, another site targeted in the attacks. "It will take time. People are scared but they will realize it's no use being scared and sitting at home."

Pakistan denied it was involved and demanded evidence for Indian charges. Islamabad has pledged to share intelligence with its rival neighbor but went back on its initial promise to send its spy chief to aid the probe, saying it would send a lower ranking official instead.
As officials pointed the finger at neighboring Pakistan, some Indians looked inward and expressed anger at their own government.


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