Workers clear debris from a railway station platform damaged by a bomb explosion on Tuesday as commuters waiting for their train watch in Mumbai, July 12, 2006, the day after the attacks. (Arko Datta/Reuters)

Five years later, some of the victims and the families of those who died are still trying to get compensation or justice for what happened.

Others are remembering the day:

Never forget the carnage of 11th July 2006 Serial blasts in Mumbai Locals innocent lives lost. Spirit of Mumbaikars triumphed.less than a minute ago via Twitter for BlackBerry® Favorite Retweet ReplyTushar A. Gandhi

And expressing gratitude for the loved ones who survived:

Before this day ends, my gratitude for the person who made @sushobhan wait for a meeting this day of 2006, so he skipped taking the train...less than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet ReplySudha Kanago

Listen to a first person account of the attack:

In 2008, a movie entitled, “Mumbai Meri Jaan,” which means “Mumbai my heart,” in reference to an old Hindi song, was released to tell the story of the 2006 attacks.

In November 2008, Mumbai was attacked by terrorists once again, in a three-day siege that resulted that left 164 people dead and 308 wounded.