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Terror attacks have come with depressing regularity to Mumbai -- and each time the city, brought to its knees, has dusted itself off and forged on.

It did so in March 1993 when more than 250 were killed in a series of bombings on the stock exchange, on trains and at hotels.

It did so in August 2003 when two taxicabs loaded with explosives blew up outside a crowded market, killing 50. Read full article »

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