Listen: Mumbai, DAN, Lauren Freyer discussed on All Things Considered
"The heroes of the Mumbai attacks are memorialized on plaques across the city and here on marine drive. This is one of busiest seaside thoroughfares between a cricket field and the water there. Eighteen pillars. Eighteen police officers who lost their lives, but this is also where the terrorist. Landon the arrived by sea from Pakistan hijacked, fishing boats, and sleeting to a port a couple of hundred yards from here at Mumbai, southern Tim security has been increased a cow's diesel van and Dan became Mumbai. Police Commissioner just after the attacks. He's since retired from the force. He deployed bulletproof police boats along mambas coast embedded quick response teams across the city and updated police weapons back in two thousand eight they were still using World War Two Arab rifles this cinematic horror of what happened in Mumbai made hotels theaters shopping. Walls around the world ramp up security says Yvonne and Dan the metal detector industry, and the things that bloom little anything. Billion dollar business. Back at his clinic, just blocks from the Taj hotel. Doctor says his priorities have changed is Jane my life. Now, I was practicing delayed hours at night. Now, I'm not practicing too late hours of might is at least up in finished my work can ritual spending more time with family now he considers November twenty sixth the day of his survival. His new birthday, Lauren Freyer NPR news Mumbai. You're listening to all things considered from."