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    Key developments in the Mumbai terror attack

  • Another grenade blast in Oberoi hotel. (At 22.30)
  • Prime Minister Manmohan Singh holds meeting with Maharashtra Governor S C Jamir, Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh here. Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil and National Security Adviser were also present. (At 22.15)
  • One round of gunshot fired in Nariman House. (At 22.15)
  • Prime Minister Manmohan Singh visits JJ Hospital to enquire about the condition of those injured in the terror attacks (At 9.30 pm)
  • Another explosion in the first floor of the old building of Taj hotel and several rounds of gunshot heard. Military personnel taking position around the hotel.
  • Another grenade blast in Trident (Oberoi) hotel (At 9 pm)
  • Taj Hotels GM's wife, children killed in terrorist attack
  • Terrorist attacks happened due to intelligence failure, says Leader of Opposition L K Advani.
  • UK sending anti-terrorism experts to Mumbai: Brown
  • Home Minister Shivraj Patil must go: Bardhan
  • Fire at Trident (Oberoi) hotel (At 8 pm)
  • Mumbai attacks had some al-Qaeda hallmarks: Britain
  • Indian naval official will not rule out Somali pirates' role
  • At least 7 hostages rescued from Oberoi hotel. (At 7 pm)
  • Seven terrorists killed in Mumbai, says Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh.
  • Railway ADGP K. P. Raghuvanshi given temporary charge of ATS. (At 6 pm)
  • The groups behind attacks in Mumbai are based outside the country, says Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
  • Multiple explosions heard at old building of Taj Hotel.
  • Thirty five people held as hostages inside Oberoi Hotel. (At 5.30 pm)
  • Indian Navy locates the ship M V Alpha used by the terrorists
  • Third grenade blast heard from Trident Hotel
  • Jewish priest Gabriel among hostages held at Nariman House, police say. (At 5 pm)
  • Explosions heard inside Taj hotel also.
  • Grenade blast heard from Nariman House, where 6 terrorists are holed up.
  • 9 foreigners among 101 killed in Mumbai terror attacks
  • All people trapped in Taj Hotel rescued, says DGP A.N.Roy.
  • 200 more NSG commandos being sent to Mumbai: NSG spokesperson.
  • Hand-grenades lobbed from Oberoi Hotel.
  • Security forces and holed up terrorists exchange fire in Nariman House. One terrorist killed, 6 more ultras suspected to be inside the building, says police.
  • Maharashtra government annonces Rs 5 lakh compensation to the kin of those killed in the terror attacks. Rs 50,000 will be paid to the seriously injured.
  • Defence Minister A K Antony calls a high-level meeting of the armed forces in the wake of the Mumbai terror attacks.
  • Two bodies brought out of terror-struck Taj Hotel in Mumbai and taken away in an ambulance.
  • Five terrorists killed and one captured in Mumbai, says Maharashtra Dy CM R.R. Patil.
  • Four to five terrorists are suspected to be holed up inside Nariman House, says Police.
  • Advani to accompany Manmohan Singh during visit to terror-hit Mumbai.
  • Mumbai police did not have prior inputs about terror attacks, says R.R. Patil.
  • NSG commandos reach Trident Hotel to flush out terrorists.
  • Maharashtra Cabinet to meet at 2 pm in backdrop of terror attacks on Mumbai; all-party meet at 3 pm.
  • NSG commandos launch operation at Nariman House.
  • Major General R K Hooda, General Officer Commanding of Maharashtra, Goa and Guja

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