Attacks on Mumbai
Fire engulfs part of the Taj Hotel in Mumbai, India, Nov. 27, 2008. (AP Photo/Gautam Singh)
Fire engulfs part of the Taj Hotel in Mumbai, India, Nov. 27, 2008. (AP Photo/Gautam Singh)
MUMBAI -- On a leafy hospital campus in this still-scarred city, one of the victims of last month's terrorist attacks is making a recovery. He's a chubby, cream-colored pooch whom workers have named Sheru -- the Hindi word meaning Lion Heart.
 
Spinning Quirky Yarns: Film Industry in Small Indian Textile Town Makes Low-Budget Parodies Of Bollywood Smash Hits With a Lot of Heart, Local Flavor and Ingenuity (Post, December 18, 2008, Page A19)
 
Anti-Terror Bills Advance in India: Lower House of Parliament Approves Tough Legislation (Post, December 18, 2008, Page A21)
 
Indian Businesses Push for Security: Industry Leaders Fear Recent Attacks Will Deter Investors and Derail Growth (Post, December 17, 2008, Page A12)
 
Calls Shed Light on Gunmen's Motives: Officials Say Two Mumbai Attackers Voiced Numerous Grievances (Post, December 16, 2008, Page A14)
 
Brown Offers Pakistan Anti-Terror Aid: British Prime Minister Vows to Provide Information on Mumbai Attacks (Post, December 15, 2008, Page A14)
 
Pakistan Cites Airspace Breach: Minister Says 'Our Forces Are Alert' After Indian Incursions (Post, December 14, 2008, Page A18)
 
S. Asian Tensions Trickle Down to Cricket (Post, December 13, 2008, Page A12)
 
Pakistani Town Roiled By Tie to Mumbai Case: Home of Surviving Gunman a Focus of Probe (Post, December 12, 2008, Page A20)
 
Offices of Pakistani Charity Shuttered: Head of Organization Linked to Mumbai Attacks Is Placed Under House Arrest (Post, December 12, 2008, Page A20)
 
Indian Official Unveils Plan to Strengthen Security (Post, December 11, 2008; 9:30 AM)
 
Mumbai Investigation Focuses on Possible Indian Collaborators (Post, December 11, 2008, Page A11)
 
Pakistan Detains Extremist Leader: U.S., India Question Effort's Seriousness (Post, December 10, 2008, Page A01)
 
In India, Muslims Mark a Somber Eid: Celebrations Subdued After Mumbai Siege (Post, December 10, 2008, Page A18)
 
In Outcry Over Siege, Two Indias Emerge: The Poor, Hit Hard in Past, Question New Level of Protest After Attacks on Affluent (Post, December 9, 2008, Page A08)
 
India's Ruling Party Wins Three States in Local Elections (Post, December 9, 2008, Page A08)
 
Former Pakistani Official Denies Links to Lashkar (Post, December 9, 2008, Page A12)
 
Suspected Planner of Attacks In Mumbai Is Seized in Raid (Post, December 9, 2008, Page A12)
 
Indian Minister Says Pakistan Is Using Hoax As Distraction (Post, December 8, 2008, Page A11)
 
Vehicles Headed to U.S. Military Torched in Pakistan (Post, December 8, 2008, Page A11)
 
Pakistani Jets Scramble As India Hardens Tone: All Options Open, Minister Says in New Delhi (Post, December 23, 2008, Page A12)
 

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