A day after three blasts rocked India's financial hub, Mumbaikars with their unshakable spirit ventured out of their homes and resumed their daily chores.
Lets salute the spirit of Mumbai.
but didnt our govt knew that its his bday especially when he is our "guest" for around 3 years
Let us take a moment to remember the victims of yesterday's mumbai blasts.
The victims were innocent office goers, merchants and other sundry people.
Though life will go on as usual for most of us, some lives have turned upside down forever. Some households would have lost their sole bread winners and their only solace. Some people would be incapacitated forever. See the price that innocents have to pay for the acts of terrorists.
What did the these innocents do to deserve such a grotesque death? How long should we remain callous when innocent blood is being spilled?How many more innocent lives will be lost before India realizes the worth of her own children? Only our political class knows
Three explosions have taken place in Mumbai on Wednesday evening - two in South Mumbai at Opera House and in Zaveri Bazar and one at Dadar West, in central Mumbai. The Home Ministry has confirmed a terrorist attack and Mumbai is on high alert.
Maharashtra government sources say at least 60 people have been injured in the serial blasts. Eyewitnesses said about 15 to 20 people have taken to hospital in Zaveri Bazar. There were unconfirmed reports said six people had died in the Dadar blast, four in the Zaveri Bazaar blast.
The Home Ministry has said that Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) were used. All blasts took place during rush hour and in crowded places. The Dadar area houses the Shiv Sena Bhawan.
One explosion, in a car at a bus stop in Dadar West, has been confirmed. A police officer said there might have been an explosive in a meter box behind a hoarding at Khau gali, a street filled with eateries at Zaveri Bazaar. The Opera House blast took place at Prasad Chamber.
An unexploded bomb has also reportedly been found in Dadar and a bomb disposal squad is working to defuse it.
Early reports said a police control room had received a call claiming that there were serial blasts in Mumbai.
A National Investigation Agency (NIA) team has rushed to Mumbai from Delhi to investigate and collect forensic evidence. The police have appealed for calm.
Zaveri Bazaar has been hit before - over 50 people were killed in twin blasts in 2002.
Malls, markets and other crowded places in Delhi, Chennai and Bangalore are on high alert.
Read more at: Three blasts in Mumbai, ten reported dead, 60 injured
Here are the numbers of the Police Control Rooms in Mumbai 22621855, 22621983, 22625020, 22641449, 22620111 ext 10