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26/11: The Attack on Mumbai

 
Vir Sanghvi (Author)
Synopsis The attack on Mumbai shocked the world. For three days terrorists wreaked havoc over multiple venues in India's commercial capital, leaving a trail of blood, death and destruction. Reporters from Hindustan Times tracked the events as they unfolded at Cama Hospital, the Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus and followed the three-day siege at the Taj and Trident Hotels and at Nariman House. The collection brings together their dispatches as well as commentaries, profiles and columns published during the siege and its aftermath. This is a dramatic snapshot of the victims, heroes and perpetrators of the attacks and also of the outrage that still grips the nation.
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About the author

Vir Sanghvi

Vir Sanghvi is probably the best-known Indian journalist of his generation.  He was twenty-two when he became Founder-Editor of Bombay magazine.  Thereafter, his brilliant career has included editorships of Imprint, one of India’s foremost feature magazines, Sunday, then India’s largest – selling weekly newsmagazine, and of Hindustan Times, north India’s biggest English – language daily.

Sanghvi also has a parallel career as an award-winning TV interviewer and has hosted various successful shows on confessed gourmand, he is India’s premier food writer.  His book Rude Food won the Cointreau Award, the international Food Business’s Oscar for Best Food Literature in the world.  He has authored several best-selling books including Men of Steel, and Madhavrao Scindia: A Life, that he co-authored.

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Bibliographic information

Title 26/11: The Attack on Mumbai
Author Vir Sanghvi
Format Softcover
Date published: 10.03.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9780143067054
length xii+283p., 20cm.