How the 26/11 terror spots have rebuilt themselves

Along with the 166 people killed, five iconic inst... more

It took around 12 months and Rs 500 crore to rebuild the iconic Taj Mahal Palace and Hotel which was reopened tp the public on 15 August 2010. Reuters
1/5It took around 12 months and Rs 500 crore to rebuild the iconic Taj Mahal Palace and Hotel which was reopened tp the public on 15 August 2010. Reuters
Leopold Cafe was one of the first sites attacked by the terrorists. Despite suffering extensive damage it was reopened briefly four days later as a gesture of defiance. The cafe is back to business. HT
2/5Leopold Cafe was one of the first sites attacked by the terrorists. Despite suffering extensive damage it was reopened briefly four days later as a gesture of defiance. The cafe is back to business. HT
File photo of 3 May 2010 shows Nariman House, also known as Chabad House, still bearing the bullet marks and yet to get refurbished. The building saw the tragic deaths of 6 innocent victims. HT
3/5File photo of 3 May 2010 shows Nariman House, also known as Chabad House, still bearing the bullet marks and yet to get refurbished. The building saw the tragic deaths of 6 innocent victims. HT
At least 380 people were staying in the Hotel Trident at the time of the attacks. The hotel which suffered extensive damage was also rebuilt and reopened in all its finery.HT
4/5At least 380 people were staying in the Hotel Trident at the time of the attacks. The hotel which suffered extensive damage was also rebuilt and reopened in all its finery.HT
The Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus went back to its business with lakhs of Mumbaikars, passing through it daily in the course of their commutes. HT
5/5The Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus went back to its business with lakhs of Mumbaikars, passing through it daily in the course of their commutes. HT
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