Up-to-the-Minute News on Mumbai Attacks

I just arrived home and am catching up on the terrorist attack on Mumbai this evening (tomorrow morning in India).

BlogTalkRadio SAJA (South Asian Journalist Association) are holding web-based phone-in discussions every 12 hours, 10 – 11:30 am/pm ET or 8:30 – 10:00 am/pm Indian time. The guests on the first call (evening of Nov. 26 in Canada) included Benjamin Piven, former Fulbright Scholar in Mumbai and Suketu Mehta, author, “Maximum City: Bombay Lost and Found.” Author Rohit Bhargava has posted the details on his Influential Marketing Blog.

For those wishing to follow the latest news, some sources:

Thanks to everyone who have been spreading the word such as Kevin O’Keefe, Sharon a.k.a. “NoReinsGirl” (a law student from Sacramento), Deepa Prahbu (tweeting from Mumbai) and Jim Parsons. My thoughts are with those in Mumbai.

Note: I am updating this post as I discover new sources of information. If you find others, feel free to add into the comments.

11 pm ET – Mumbai police asked citizen journalists and live news feeds to only report “soft” news to protect military operations so there may be a gap in reporting. See @MumbaiUpdates.


  1. Thank you both for those excellent additions.

    Deven, I have been seeing tweets from @shloky quoted on Twitter.

  2. Good reminder. Thanks, Dave.