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MUMBAI CACCIA ALL'ULTIMO UOMO.UN TERRORISTA ASSERRAGLIATO AL TAJ MAHAL.

Mumbai 27 Nov.Ultima ora 23.36.(Corsera.it) Sono 70 gli ostaggi salvati e non 39 come riportano alcuni giornali italiani.C'è ancora un terrorista asserragliato,ferito gravemente resiste alle incursioni dei reparti speciali.E' una dichiarazione dell'ultimo minuto fino adesso tenuta segreta.Mentre continuano le azioni per snidare gli ultimi terroristi all'Oberoi hotel,il direttore generale del National Security NSG JK Dutt ha detto: il terrorista ferito non è ancora stato catturato e si nasconde all'ottavo piano dell'albergo.

MINUTO PER MINUTO DALLE AGENZIE INDIANE.LE FASI DELAL LIBERAZIONE DELL'OBEROI HOTEL.

  • Powerful explosion at Taj hotel (00.47)
  • Gunshots heard from inside Oberoi hotel where terrorists are holding around 35 people hostage. (00:47)
  • Three top police officers, ATS Chief Hemant Karkare, Additional CP Ashok Kamte and encounter specialist Vijay Salaskar were travelling in a jeep near CST when they came under fire from terrorists, says Deshmukh. (00.47)
  • Three more rounds of gunshots heard from inside the old building of Taj hotel. (00:25 (28/11/)
  • All but one terrorist killed in Taj hotel: NSG (00.16 (28/11)
  • Seven hostages rescued from Nariman House (00.01 (28/11)
  • Another grenade blast in Oberoi hotel. (At 22.30)
  • Prime Minister Manmohan Singh holds meeting with Maharashtra Governor S C Jamir, Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh here. Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil and National Security Adviser were also present. (At 22.15)
  • One round of gunshot fired in Nariman House. (At 22.15)
  • Prime Minister Manmohan Singh visits JJ Hospital to enquire about the condition of those injured in the terror attacks (At 9.30 pm)
  • Another explosion in the first floor of the old building of Taj hotel and several rounds of gunshot heard. Military personnel taking position around the hotel.
  • Another grenade blast in Trident (Oberoi) hotel (At 9 pm)
  • Taj Hotels GM's wife, children killed in terrorist attack
  • Terrorist attacks happened due to intelligence failure, says Leader of Opposition L K Advani.
  • UK sending anti-terrorism experts to Mumbai: Brown
  • Home Minister Shivraj Patil must go: Bardhan
  • Fire at Trident (Oberoi) hotel (At 8 pm)
  • Mumbai attacks had some al-Qaeda hallmarks: Britain
  • Indian naval official will not rule out Somali pirates' role
  • At least 7 hostages rescued from Oberoi hotel. (At 7 pm)
  • Seven terrorists killed in Mumbai, says Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh.
  • Railway ADGP K. P. Raghuvanshi given temporary charge of ATS. (At 6 pm)
  • The groups behind attacks in Mumbai are based outside the country, says Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
  • Multiple explosions heard at old building of Taj Hotel.
  • Thirty five people held as hostages inside Oberoi Hotel. (At 5.30 pm)
  • Indian Navy locates the ship M V Alpha used by the terrorists
  • Third grenade blast heard from Trident Hotel
  • Jewish priest Gabriel among hostages held at Nariman House, police say. (At 5 pm)
  • Explosions heard inside Taj hotel also.
  • Grenade blast heard from Nariman House, where 6 terrorists are holed up.
  • 9 foreigners among 101 killed in Mumbai terror attacks
  • All people trapped in Taj Hotel rescued, says DGP A.N.Roy.
  • 200 more NSG commandos being sent to Mumbai: NSG spokesperson.
  • Hand-grenades lobbed from Oberoi Hotel.
  • Security forces and holed up terrorists exchange fire in Nariman House. One terrorist killed, 6 more ultras suspected to be inside the building, says police.
  • Maharashtra government annonces Rs 5 lakh compensation to the kin of those killed in the terror attacks. Rs 50,000 will be paid to the seriously injured.
  • Defence Minister A K Antony calls a high-level meeting of the armed forces in the wake of the Mumbai terror attacks.
  • Two bodies brought out of terror-struck Taj Hotel in Mumbai and taken away in an ambulance.
  • Five terrorists killed and one captured in Mumbai, says Maharashtra Dy CM R.R. Patil.
  • Four to five terrorists are suspected to be holed up inside Nariman House, says Police.
  • Advani to accompany Manmohan Singh during visit to terror-hit Mumbai.
  • Mumbai police did not have prior inputs about terror attacks, says R.R. Patil.
  • NSG commandos reach Trident Hotel to flush out terrorists.
  • Maharashtra Cabinet to meet at 2 pm in backdrop of terror attacks on Mumbai; all-party meet at 3 pm.
  • NSG commandos launch operation at Nariman House.
  • Major General R K Hooda, General Officer Commanding of Maharashtra, Goa and Gujarat, reaches Trident Hotel.
  • Death toll in Mumbai terror attacks reaches around 100.
  • Firing at Nariman House in South Mumbai intensifies; window panes on third and fifth floor shattered.
  • Two terrorists shot dead at Taj Mahal Hotel. Two continue

     

    MUMBAI: The NSG, which is engaged in a gun battle with the terrorists at Taj hotel here, said just one terrorist was still hiding and hoped to wrap
    up the flush-out operation at the Trident-Oberoi hotel and Nariman House very soon. ( Watch )

    "There is one terrorist in the Taj (hotel). He has been injured and I think we will be able to mop up the operation there very quickly," Director General of National Security Guard (NSG) J K Dutt said.

    He said the injured terrorist has not yet been captured but "we will be able to do so soon".

    Dutt said two terrorists are holed up in the 8th floor of the Oberoi hotel while in the Trident section the combing operation has been completed.

    "As far as Trident is concerned, we have been able to completely clean up and we do not have any report of any terrorist being holed up over there.

    "As far as Oberoi is concerned, yes, we have engaged two terrorists on the 8th floor," he said.

    He said that the operation to clean up the Nariman House was still going on.
     


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