Three years ago, almost to the day, ten terrorists equipped with sophisticated arms and communication technology attacked various installations in Mumbai – India’s financial and commercial centre, and one of the world’s most cosmopolitan and international cities. The horrific terrorist attacks that struck the city on 26 November 2008, left 166 dead and many injured. Is Mumbai, or any other part of the world, any safer now?
We at Gateway House: Indian Council on Global Relations have put together a special supplement to commemorate 26/11. Through a series of 13 commentaries, we visit different aspects of the attacks and its aftermath: security, geopolitical, policy, human, and social.