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Previously secret documents indicate Margaret Thatcher knew about possible SAS involvement in 1984 Indian army raid

Team unity swayed Flintoff

Andrew Flintoff today admitted his loyalty to the England team had been a major factor in him opting to return to India.

Bombs found at station that was given all-clear

Discovery highlighted as another security failure

Commandos to protect England side

Same elite force that dealt with Mumbai terrorists set to provide 24-hour security

Indians demand to know why warnings were ignored

The recrimination and fallout from the Mumbai terror attacks has begun, with two senior Indian government officials being forced to resign amid accusations of security failings and missed warnings. The central government's Home Minister, Shivraj Patil, tendered his resignation after a heated meeting of senior members of the ruling Congress Party in Delhi on Saturday evening. Officials also said the national security adviser, MK Narayanan, had also stood down and suggested the resignation of other security and intelligence officials could follow.

The tragic story capturing the Indian public's imagination

They gently pressed, they shuffled and squeezed, but there was never going to be enough room inside the ageing crematorium. Not for the numbers of people who wanted pay their last respects to Niti Kang and her two sons.

India troops mop up last Mumbai militants

Indian commandos killed the last Islamist gunmen holed up at Mumbai's Taj Mahal hotel early today, ending a three-day battle across the financial capital that left at least 195 dead.

Inside room 2115: 'We climbed into the bath and hid under some pillows'

She walked, stopped, spoke into her mobile phone and allowed herself a smile. It appeared as if Gill Stephen could not quite believe she was free.

Despair and joy in the battle for hostages

As Indian commandos stormed the hotels and a Jewish centre, they found survivors &ndash; and the victims of a bloody massacre. By <b>Andrew Buncombe</b> and <b>Richard Orange</b>.

Four Mumbai terrorists 'had links with Britain'

Kashmiri separatists prime suspects for attacks

Step by step, how the terrorists were removed

India's elite commando forces told today how they were forced to fight from room to room to clear terrorist gunmen from Mumbai's flagship hotels.

Commandos storm Jewish centre as hostages killed

Indian commandos stormed a Jewish centre in Mumbai today and found two bodies which appeared to be of hostages, the country's National Security Guards chief said.

Explosion rocks Indian assault on terrorists

A fresh battle raged at the luxury Taj Mahal hotel this evening as commandos fired grenades at the Mumbai landmark while other forces ended a siege at another five-star hotel.

Site-by-site breakdown of Mumbai attacks

Folowing is a list of places where attacks have been reported in Mumbai.

Commandos grab 'terror suspects' on plane

German commandos grabbed two terrorist suspects from an airliner just before it was due to leave Cologne today.

The Gargoyle, By Andrew Davidson

Is this Calvino for Goths, or just a cheesy amalgam of Warcraft fan fiction and Mills and Boon?
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Ashes 2015: Angus Fraser's top 10 moments from previous series'

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Greece debt crisis: EU 'family' needs to forgive rather than punish an impoverished state

EU 'family' needs to forgive rather than punish an impoverished state

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