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