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Mumbai Terror Attacks | The Dossier

India being India, important supposedly TOP SECRET documents, find their way into the public domain practically the very minute that they ‘secretly’ exchange hands. The human factor. The evidence collected, collated and presented to the relevant Pakistan authorities, in the form of a dossier, now know popularly as the TERROR DOSSIER has found its way to The Hindu, which has posted and linked it on the web.

The TERROR DOSSIER makes for compelling reading. The way the terrorists used technology and precision in planning and implementing the attacks does make for some surprise and shock on how easy the whole attack from start to finish appeared to be. The ending, of course, did not go as scripted and thankfully so. Making sure further potential attacks on similar lines are curtailed.

The TERROR DOSSIER follows in three parts to make for easier reading.

Part 1 of 3:

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Part 2 of 3:

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Part 3 of 3:

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Source: The Hindu – Dossier

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  1. January 9, 2009 at 7:01 am

    As an Indian and a country as a whole we have had our share of barbaric and brutal terrorist attacks. The recent terror attack in Mumbai was something first of its kind given the scale of devastation and casualties. As a nation we went through a trauma that perhaps no Indian can ever come out of.

    It left the entire nation reeling in desolation and deep grief. There was anger amongst people and each and everyone joined hand to fight against terror. While most of them contributed in their own little way, Webtree has decided to take a step forward.

    Webtree has started a movement to continue the fight for a worthwhile cause. Webtree has planned to contribute 2% of its earning from each registration to the National Defence Fund (NDF). This activity will be carried out till 15th August 2009. The amount collected would then be deposited to the Prime Minister’s National Defence Fund.

    After all we can not thank our security forces enough for laying down their lives so that we feel protected. This time it is our chance to show a little more respect to our security personnel’s and their dependents.

    Feel proud to be an Indian and let’s together take the pledge to turn down terror on its face.

    For more information, contact us at webmaster@webtree.in or visit our website http://www.webtree.in/ or contact us at +91-9311235656

    • January 9, 2009 at 2:11 pm

      @ Webtree:

      The intention of contributing a percentage of your earnings is well founded and commendable. And many more organizations should follow suit. Every bit counts.

      I looked at your website, though, and notice that there is no mention of this ‘movement’ on your website. Correct me if I am wrong.

      Like me, readers will click through to Webtree and if they don’t find any sort of mention of this contribution, that will only raise a ‘red flag’ and people will assume that Webtree is doing this only to generate more revenue. If you are indeed genuine, please back up your intentions.

      ~ Rakesh

  2. January 13, 2009 at 12:39 pm

    Dear Rakesh,

    Thanks for your feedbacks and time to visit our website. We have already created a section for this movement on our website, that you can access by clicking on the top banner “Turn Terror Down” of the website. You can directly access that page by clicking on http://www.webtree.in/turn-terror-down

    Please let me know if you have any query further.

    • Rakesh
      January 14, 2009 at 3:33 am

      @ Webtree:

      Thank you for your response with the information of your banner and also the direct link to the info page.
      This will be helpful to people who would like to use your services based on their intention to help with a good cause.

      Rakesh

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