Leopold Cafe: News

30 Jun 2020

Pakistan News

Mumbai: 2 Taj Hotels received calls threatening 26/11-like attack

A caller threatened to blow up two Taj Hotels in Mumbai — the Taj Mahal Palace in Colaba and Taj Lands End in Bandra — after which security was tightened.

18 Feb 2020


LeT wanted to paint 26/11 attack as 'Hindu terrorism'

Lashkar-e-Taiba, the hated terrorist organization which executed the Mumbai attacks years ago, wanted to pass it off as a case of "Hindu terrorism".

26 Nov 2018


Remembering 26/11 Attacks: Here are four heart-rending stories of survivors

November 26, 2008, is one of the saddest days for every Indian.

26 Nov 2018


Tributes paid to martyrs on 10th anniversary of 26/11 attack

Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis and other dignitaries in Mumbai paid homage today to those who laid down their lives while fighting Pakistani terrorists who had attacked the metropolis on this day 10 years ago.

22 Nov 2018


26/11 horror: Kasab laughed while shooting people, Railway announcer recalls

Lashkar-e-Taiba operative Ajmal Kasab laughed and said things while he shot at innocents at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) on November 26, 2008, the Railway announcer working at the station recalled, HT reports.

14 Aug 2018


#TravelBytes: 5 unique restaurants in Mumbai you must try

In a city of more than 2 crore mouths, delicious food makes for an obvious requisite.

14 May 2018


26/11: After hinting at Pakistan's involvement, Nawaz Sharif blames media

After facing flak from several quarters for his recent comments on the Mumbai attacks, former Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif has backtracked, claiming media in both countries had "grossly misinterpreted" his remarks.

12 May 2018

Pakistan News

26/11 Mumbai attacks: Nawaz Sharif finally admits Pakistan's hand

In possibly the first such admission, former Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif has hinted at the involvement of cross-border terrorists in the deadly 26/11 Mumbai attacks.

26 Nov 2017


26/11 anniversary: President Kovind vows to make India safer

Today, India is remembering the horror of terrorism that descended upon us on 26 November 2008, commonly known as 26/11.