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Thursday, July 14, 2011

13/7 MUMBAI TERROR ATTACK: Morning after: Unstoppable Mumbai gets back to work!

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Indo-Asian News Service, NDTV / Updated: July 14, 2011 10:59 IST.


Mumbai:  A day after three blasts rocked India's financial and entertainment hub, Mumbaikars with their unshakable spirit on Thursday ventured out of their homes and resumed their daily chores.

On Wednesday evening, at least 17 people were killed and 131 injured as three blasts ripped through the city -- at Dadar in central Mumbai and Zaveri Bazaar and Opera House in south Mumbai -- making it the worst terror attack since the 26/11 savagery.

The city's lifeline -- the Western Railway, Central Railway and the BEST buses -- had the usual crowds of office-goers this morning.

"Today, on account of very heavy rains in the city and Thane, a few people decided to stay put at home, but a majority are out as usual," Kiran S.V., an executive who works in Worli, barely three kilometres from the scene of blast in Dadar, told IANS.

A resident of Mira Road suburb of Thane, she said even her two children went to school "as usual" and everything appeared to be like any other day.


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