Dilip D’Souza: Under Siege

Dilip D’Souza, brilliant journalist and good friend writes in the Washington Post

 

We’re in wait-and-watch mode here outside the Trident hotel on the seafront in Mumbai, where terrorists have killed and wounded hundreds and are still battling police and commandos. We’ve all seen the horrific images — fires, explosions, bodies, shootouts on streets so familiar that it’s a punch in the gut to see them like this. It’s why we’re here. Yet in front of the Trident, where terrorists are still holed up hours after this outrage began, very little is happening. I’ve met people anxious about relatives, journalists desperate for news — and also bystanders offering their varied and peculiar takes.

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