26/11 shook Mumbai to the core. The attack was brutal and horrific. Nearly 60 people lost their lives at CST, Taj Hotel, and Trident Hotel. Several senior police officers were killed. One of the officers, Hemant Karkare, was investigating the Malegaon blast of 2006, in which personalities like Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur, Lt Col. Prasad Shrikant Purohit, and others who are associated with the RSS ideology of Hindu Rashtra were named. This compilation of articles unravels the full story of the events and raises unanswered queries related to the attack. It also surveys the phenomenon of terrorism and some acts of terror which have not been investigated so far.
- Chapter 1: Terror: The Aftermath
- Chapter 2: As the Fires Die: The Terror of the Aftermath
- Chapter 3: Hotel Taj: Icon of Whose India?
- Chapter 4: Why the United States Got it Wrong
- Chapter 5: Death of a Salesman
- Chapter 6: Counter-terrorism Must not Kill Democracy
- Chapter 7: Responding to Mumbai Terror: Need for Diplomacy and Restraint, not War
- Chapter 8: Mumbai under Siege
- Chapter 9: Handling Queries: Democratic Responses—Antulay Remarks and the Aftermath
- Chapter 10: The Mumbai Terror Attacks: Need for a Thorough Investigation
- Chapter 11: India's Terror Dossier: Further Evidence of Conspiracy
- Chapter 12: Terrorism, Rule of Law and Human Rights
- Chapter 13: Acts of Terror and Terrorizing Act: Unfolding Indian Tragedy
- Chapter 14: Our Politicians are Still not Listening
- Chapter 15: Terrorism: Are Stronger Laws the Answer?
- Chapter 16: Lessons from the Mumbai Attack