What happened in Mumbai General hospital?
On 26 November 2008, Mumbai’s Cama Hospital was also a target of terrorists during the attack. Many hospital workers and police personnel were killed and severely injured. The hospital was under attack for over five hours that night and many hospital staff and patients lived through the horror.
Was there attack on Mumbai General hospital?
Ajmal Kasab and his partner, Ismail Khan, attacked the hospital after leaving behind a carnage at the CST station. Ashok Kamte, the additional commissioner of Mumbai police at the time, died during a gun fight that ensued near the hospital. His body was eventually taken to the Bombay Hospital.
Who bombed German Bakery Pune?
‘Pune German Bakery Blast’ – 68 News Result(s) Himayat Baig, earlier convicted for bombing Pune’s German Bakery where 17 people died, will not hang, said the Bombay High Court today, accepting his appeal against the death sentence given to him by a Pune court.
Who gave Mumbai name?
In the mid-1990s, Shiv Sena, the Hindu nationalist party in power in Bombay, decided to change the city’s name to Mumbai, a name often used in local languages that derives from Mumba Devi, the patron Hindu goddess of the island’s original residents, the Koli fishermen.
What do we know about the Mumbai blasts?
The Home Ministry classified the bomb blasts as a terrorist act and dispatched a National Investigation Agency (NIA) team to the bomb site. The Chief Minister of Maharashtra Prithviraj Chavan said that the bombs used could have been fuel filled, much like molotov cocktails.
What are the Mumbai bombings of 2011?
The 2011 Mumbai bombings were a series of three coordinated bomb explosions at different locations in Mumbai, India, on 13 July 2011 between 18:54 and 19:06 IST.
How many people died in the 2008 Mumbai blasts?
^ The 2008 Ahmedabad bombings took place on 26 July 2008; the Delhi serial blasts occurred on 13 September 2008; Mumbai terror attacks happened on 26 November 2008, followed by the German bakery blast in Pune on 13 February 2010. ^ a b c “Mumbai blasts: Death toll rises to 23”. NDTV.
Where was the Mumbai triple bomb blast accused arrested?
^ “2011 Mumbai Triple Bomb blast accused arrested in Goa”. news.biharprabha.com. Indo-Asian News Service. Retrieved 17 July 2014. ^ “Police dismiss custodial violence charges in death of Mumbai blast detainee”. The Times of India.