TIMES NOW pays respect to victims of 26/11 attack
he TIMES NOW team rewinds through the night that left a scar on many a lives including Mumbai city and the country
This weekend TIMES NOW pays its respect to those that were affected by the 26/11 attacks. The TIMES NOW team rewinds through the night that left a scar on many a lives including Mumbai city and the country.
Baby Moshe Holtzberg was orphaned when his parents, Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg and his wife Rivka were killed at Nariman House on 26/11. Times Now visits the toddler and the Holtzberg family to know how the past year has gone by.
Saturday: 02.30pm & 07.30pm ,Sunday: 09.30am & 11.30pm
Men Who Fought
The NSG commandos were hailed as heroes by the country after they bravely fought the terrorists present at the three locations under siege in Mumbai city. TIMES NOW takes a look at these men who valiantly faced the fire, whilst talking to Mr. J K Dutta, Former DG, NSG.
Saturday: 04.30pm & 11.30pm,Sunday: 03.30pm & 09.30pm
I Will Never Forget
Farhang Jehani, partner at Leopold Café was witness to the gruesome night of 26/11 the bullet holes at his restaurant tell the story, Sebastian D’Souza was the first to photograph the gun toting terrorists at CST, Karanbir Kang, GM of the Taj Mahal Hotel watched his entire family wiped out that night, I Will Never Forget speaks to those who will indeed, never forget.
Saturday: 08.00pm,Sunday: 05.00pm
India Infoline Research Team / 08:44, Jun 26, 2015
IIFL is hosting 10 companies at a Management Roadshow in Mumbai today. The opening is a subdued start. US market saw minor losses with Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq closing marginally lower.