Nariman House

  • Six years after the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, Chabad House reopens August 26, 2014

    Mumbai: Six years since the gruesome 26/11 terror attack on the Chabad House in Mumbai, the Jewish learning centre reopened on Tuesday. The fully renovated sixstoreyed Nariman House in South Mumbai's Colaba area saw a special gathering of 25 Rabbis representing the Jewish community from all over Asia. The sixstorey Chabad...
  • Six years after the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, Chabad House to reopen today August 26, 2014

    Mumbai: Six years since the gruesome 26/11 terror attack on the Chabad House in Mumbai, the Jewish learning centre will reopen on Tuesday. The fully renovated sixstoreyed Nariman House in South Mumbai's Colaba area will see a special gathering of 25 Rabbis representing the Jewish community from all over Asia....
  • 26/11: Nurse Sandra, who saved baby Moshe recounts horror November 26, 2013

    Nurse Sandra rescued Baby Moshe when terror struck Nariman House on November 26, 2008. ...
  • Baby Moshe: the unforgettable face of 26/11 November 26, 2011

    Jerusalem: Three years ago, Baby Moshe, the unforgettable face of Mumbai attacks, escaped the carnage clinging to his nanny not knowing that his parents were killed, but now a four-year-old he knows they have fallen victims to terrorists. Orphaned by the terrorists who struck Mumbai, Moshe is now a happy and...
  • 26/11: Bombay HC's verdict on Kasab tomorrow February 20, 2011

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court will deliver its verdict on the fate of Pakistani terrorist Ajmal Kasab on Monday, nine months after he was pronounced guilty of perpetrating the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack and sentenced to death. The division bench of Justices Ranjana Desai and RV...
  • Moshe's grandparents fight for Nariman House November 25, 2010

    Mumbai: The case for rebuilding of Nariman House is scheduled to come up for hearing in the Bombay High court on Thursday. Baby Moshe's grandparents Rabbi Nachman and Freida Holtzberg are in Mumbai ahead of the second anniversary of the 26/11 terror attack. They are fighting a legal battle in the...
  • Nariman House to reopen on 26/11 anniversary August 27, 2010

    Mumbai: Nariman House, which was one of the main targets of the 26/11 attack, is finally being restored and renovated. It will be reopened on November 26 this year, exactly two years after the carnage. The Jewish Chabad movement promises a "bigger and better" structure. It's been more than one and a...
  • Watch: A walk through Nariman House November 26, 2009

    Mumbai: CNN-IBN correspondent Raksha Shetty revisited Nariman House where many people lost their lives including Rabbi Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg, the parents of baby Moshe. ...
  • Baby Moshe won't attend Nariman House memorial November 18, 2009

    Mumbai: Two-year-old Moshe, who lost his parents in the 26/11 strike at Nariman House last year, is not expected to come from Israel to attend a memorial service planned at the Jewish guest house on the eve of the first anniversary of the dastardly attacks. However, his grandparents would be here...
  • Canadian PM pays homage to 26/11 victims November 18, 2009

    Mumbai: Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Tuesday paid homage to the victims of Nariman House, a Jewish centre and one of the sites of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. Harper along with a few Rabbi (Jewish priests) visited the centre, being restored ahead of the first anniversary of the audacious terror...
  • HBO to show Terror In Mumbai on November 19 November 16, 2009

    HBO recaptures Terror In Mumbai on November 19 Washington: Terror In Mumbai, a new riveting documentary reconstructing the horrendous attack on India's financial capital airs in the US on Thursday to mark the first anniversary of the November 26 assault. Directed by Dan Reed, who made a similar film out of a...
  • Baby Moshe's grandparents dream he imitates father February 16, 2009

    Mumbai: The Mumbai terror attacks may have left the world aghast but there are some, who though touched by the terror directly, wish to emerge stronger. The grandparents of little baby Moshe, son of the Rabbi who perished in the attack on Nariman House or Chabad House, are in Mumbai to...
  • Exclusive: Moshe's miraculous survival on 26/11 January 29, 2009

    New Delhi: November 26, 2008 - Mumbai was the target of a planned terror attack. Two luxury hotels, a railway station and a Jewish cultural centre were targetted in a strike that killed at least 173 people. Among one of the survivors at the Jewish centre was a rabbi couple's...
  • Exclusive: The untold story of Baby Moshe January 28, 2009

    Baby Moshe was rescued by his nanny when terror struck Nariman House on 26/11. But how is the child doing today? In a CNN-IBN exclusive, with that streak of hope, we also touch upon how the Rabbis, including his parents were killed at Nariman Point. ...
  • No joint probe, Pak must act against terror: Pranab January 11, 2009

    Pakistan finally admitted that Ajmal Aamir Kasab, the lone terrorist caught alive during the Mumbai terror attacks, was a citizen of Pakistan but New Delhi is clearly not satisfied. It wants Pakistan to do more on the evidence it has provided. So, what are India's expectations now and what can...
  • Mumbai attacker Kasab's judicial custody extended January 6, 2009

    Mumbai: Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab, the lone surviving terrorist of the Mumbai attacks, was on Tuesday remanded to police custody till January 19 by a magistrate's court for his role in the shootout at the Cama and Albless Hospital in south Mumbai. Kasab, who has been in police custody since his...
  • Chidambaram sets two goals to fight terrorism January 6, 2009

    New Delhi: India must set itself “two goals” to improve national security and take up a “proactive” approach against terrorism, said Home Minister P Chidambaram on Tuesday. Chidambaram asked the country's top police brass to improve preparedness against sophisticated terror attacks and enhance the speed and decisiveness of response mechanisms. "Thirty-six days...
  • Pakistan can't address this: Kasab's letter January 5, 2009

    Islamabad: The Pakistani government is in a bind on dealing with an appeal for help from Mohammad Ajmal Kasab, the lone terrorist captured during the Mumbai terror strikes, a noted Pakistani commentator said Monday. India had on December 23 forwarded Kasab's letter seeking legal help and his confessional statement to the...
  • Pak has FBI proof of Mumbai terror attacks: report January 4, 2009

    London: USA’s Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has given Pakistan evidence that ‘elements’ in its territory were involved in the Mumbai terror attacks, a newspaper reported on Sunday. The Sunday Times report said the attacks in Mumbai were orchestrated by militants based in Pakistan and Zarar Shah, communications specialist of the...
  • Pak seeks good ties but won't extradite suspects January 4, 2009

    Islamabad: Pakistan won’t hand over people suspected of involvement in the Mumbai terrorist attacks but would “endeavour” to improves it ties with India, said a senior Pakistani Minister on Sunday. Pakistan extraditing terror suspects to the US and India's demand that Islamabad hand over suspects in the Mumbai terror attacks cannot...
  • India alerts Pak: banned group has a new name January 2, 2009

    New Delhi: India on Friday said the Islamic charity banned by the United Nations has assumed a new name and it was Pakistan’s responsibility to ensure the group doesn’t operate. “When LeT (Lashkar-e-Toiba) was banned, it came up as Jamaat-ud-Dawa. Now it has been banned. It (JuD) might have taken another...
  • LeT accuses US of manufacturing evidence against it January 2, 2009

    New Delhi: The Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT), the Pakistan-based terrorist outfit suspected of plotting the Mumbai carnage, has rejected a US media report that suggested its leaders had confessed to their involvement in the terror strike. Repudiating the report published in the Wall Street Journal this week, LeT spokesperson Abdullah Ghaznavi has "completely...
  • 30 terror groups active in Pakistan: India January 2, 2009

    New Delhi: More than 30 terror outfits are still active in Pakistan, said Defence Minister A K Antony on Friday while stressing that there was no change in Islamabad's attitude after the Mumbai terror attack. “Statements are not important, actions are important. That way, I do not think there is any...
  • Pakistan living in denial: Chidambaram December 31, 2008

    New Delhi: Refuting Pakistan's allegations that India had not shared evidence with it on the 26/11 Mumbai mayhem, Home Minister P Chidambaram on Wednesday wondered what more evidence was required after captured terrorist Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab's father had owned up to him on a television channel. “If anyone is in...
  • Custody extended of 'Mumbai terrorists’ informants' December 31, 2008

    Mumbai: A city court on Wednesday sent two suspected Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) supporters to judicial custody till January 12 for their alleged role in last month's terror attacks on Mumbai. Fahim Ansari and Sabahuddin allegedly knew about the plan to attack Mumbai and helped the terrorists who carried out the attack...
  • US asks Pak to surrender LeT leader to India December 31, 2008

    Islamabad: Pakistan is under tremendous US pressure to extradite to India Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) commander Zaki Al Rahman Lakhvi, the alleged mastermind of the Mumbai terror attacks, a media report said on Wednesday. "The Americans are believed to have given Pakistan a taped conversation Lakhvi allegedly had with the gunmen involved in...
  • Kochi celebrates Jewish wedding after 21 years December 30, 2008

    Kochi: It was a wedding at the Kochi Synagogue that had plenty to cheer about. The first Jewish wedding after 21 years took place in Kochi on Sunday. Scores of Jews had gathered and they finally had something to celebrate after the Nariman House killings in Mumbai. The merry making was...
  • India declares Pak no-go area as tensions rise December 27, 2008

    New Delhi: Indian nationals should avoid going to Pakistan. That was the word from the Government after Indians were reportedly arrested in Lahore and Multan and accused of terrorism. ...
  • Indians advised not to travel to Pak as tensions rise December 26, 2008

    New Delhi/Islamabad: India warned its citizens on Friday it was unsafe to travel to Pakistan after the prime minister met military chiefs, and Pakistan cancelled army leave and moved some troops from its western border. The warning marked a dramatic rise in tension between the nuclear-armed neighbours after last month's attack...
  • Mumbai jews remember slain Rabbi, wife on Hannukah December 26, 2008

    Mumbai: The Jewish festival of lights Hannukah saw the community came together to remember and mourn the Rabbi couple killed in the Mumbai siege. Special prayers were held in Mumbai in memory of Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg and his wife Rivkah and dozens of jews from the Chabad-Lubavitch movement lit up...