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Terrorists tore through Mumbai which is India's financial hub. Witnesses say they were targeting tourists, torching luxury hotels, popular restaurants, critical train stations and even hospitals. Yash Jog, Atul Patel and Sanjay Hirpara are all from...
Tags: Prosecution, Hotels and Accommodations, Witnesses, Death, India
There are growing fears in one Seattle neighborhood after vandals hit a local Jewish Center. Police say the criminals tagged part of the Jewish Student Center just off the campus at the University of Washington. The couple that runs the Center...
Tags: Death, Terrorism, Crimes, Unrest, Conflicts and War, Seattle
MUMBAI, INDIA - The public is getting a look at the first horrible moments of last week's attacks in Mumbai, India. Official released closed-circuit television footage of the ordeal Tuesday. Patrons in a cafe at a train station were forced to hit the...
Tags: Death, Television Industry, India, WPIX
People in Houston are worried about family and friends in Mumbai. The India Consulate has set up a helpline for people who need to contact relatives. The consulate general, Sanjiv Arora, has his hands full, fielding calls from people concerned about the...
Many faiths came together at the India House in Southwest Houston Sunday to remember the victims of the Mumbai terrorist attack. About 250 people came together in a show of solidarity with the victims and their families. The 90-minute service featured...
SACRAMENTO - "I can't explain. It's horrible. It's terrible. I can feel the terror amongst the people who are there. " Komil Vora was born and raised in India. The Sacramento State student has family and friends who live in Mumbai, none of whom he's...
MUMBAI, India (AP) - The world's cheapest car will retail for just over $2,000 and can be yours - if you live in India and are very lucky - by July, Tata Motors said Monday. The Nano, a pint-sized vehicle designed to make car ownership accessible to...
FLOAT THEME: Bollywood Dreams "Bollywood Dreams" is a tribute to the world's most prolific film industry. Around the globe, Hindi cinema is known as "Bollywood" - a blend of Bombay (now Mumbai) and Hollywood. Annually, India produces over 800 feature...
Tags: Weddings, Television, India, NBC (tv network), Dance
LOS ANGELES -- Local memorial services for the victims of the terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India -- one of 25 "Sister Cities" of Los Angeles -- were held Sunday. One memorial and prayer service was held at the ultra-orthodox Jewish Chabad House in...
MUMBAI-- With a mix of solemn prayers and Bollywood glitter, India's financial capital on Sunday took its most symbolic step yet toward a return to normalcy when both of the five-star hotels assaulted by terrorists last month reopened their doors to...
Tags: Hotels and Accommodations, Hinduism, Death, Politics, Islam
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday March 24, 2000 Roshan Seth is one of India's most internationally renowned actors, best known as the prosperous uncle in "My Beautiful Laundrette" and for appearances in such films as "Mississippi Masala" and "London Kills Me." Never in the...
Tags: Mississippi, Death, India, Entertainment, Jonathan Goldsmith
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDaniel Pearl of the Wall Street Journal, whose death at the hands of Pakistani kidnappers was announced by the State Department on Thursday, was never a typical business reporter, not even in his earliest days at the country's premier business newspaper....
Tags: Radio Industry, Criminals, Death, Nation of Islam, Newspapers
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