Mumbai Attack Resources

by matttbastard

Canadians concerned about relatives/loved ones in Mumbai can call the Department of Foreign Affairs at 1-613-996-8885 from inside Canada or 1-800-387-3124 from other countries. US citizens contact special State Department call center phone number set up for the crisis: 1-888-407-4747. UPDATE For Australians:1300 555 135 or +61 2 6261 3305 (DFAT) UK: 0207 008 0000 (Foreign Office) (h/t Brandy Betz)

Please add additional resources in comments and I’ll update accordingly.

- Indian dead tree media: Hindustan Times, Times of India, The Hindu, Outlook India, Deccan Herald, Indian Express

- list of Mumbai bloggers liveblogging events as they unfold, comprehensive round-up from DesiPundit

- Vinu’s Mumbai attacks Flickr photostream UPDATE new sets from Vinu here and here, ashesh shah’s photostream (h/t Gauravonomics) UPDATE Boston Globe photoset (h/t dina)

- Google Map of attacks

- regularly updated Wikipedia page

- YouTube and VodPod videos, sorted by date (most recent first)

- Ongoing coverage from Neha Vishwanathan of Global Voices Online [UPDATE Global Voices special Mumbai attacks page) and from GroundReport.com

- searchable list of injured/dead

- regularly updated emergency information at Mumbai Help

- PinStorm information page

- Livestreams from CNN-IBN and NDTV

- Twitter content marked #mumbai, Colaba, Oberoi, Taj

- Mumbai Tweetgrid (automatically refreshes)

- invaluable Twitter updates from MumbaiAttacks, zigzackly, vinu, gsik, chhavi, asfaq and dina .

- SkyNews MicroBlog

- Timeline of terror attacks in India, 1993-present

- UPDATE public Google Notebook aggregating key points and facts (thanks, Anannya Deb!)

- UPDATE Mahalo , Addictomatic and NowPublic pages

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5 Responses to Mumbai Attack Resources

  1. Anannya Deb says:

    Have made a public Google Notebook aggregating key points and facts

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  3. sphurthy says:

    These attacks have to be stopped and may be the journalists should show some restraint of what they report and what they show. Some of these are sensitive and security planned information.

  4. Brandy Betz says:

    A couple of more hotline numbers:

    For Australians:1300 555 135 or +61 2 6261 3305 (DFAT)

    UK: 0207 008 0000 (Foreign Office)

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