One of the first pics appearing online from the Mumbai area are from this Indian Blogger http://vinu.wordpress.com and @vinu on Twitter. Many other pics http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=mumbai+or+bombay&s=rec
If the phone lines are jammed then you can take this helpful info from @Gauravonomics great resources Mumbai Help bloghttp://tr.im/1jca & http://groundreport.com/ and @bobgourleyhttp://tinyurl.com/65gh69
India is still secure , life will go on as you will see at dawn so my advice to anyone traveling is not to reconsider travel plans. The country is very resilient and Bombay is very strong. The terrorists are trying to harm the economy by spreading fear and causing cancellations I think. I was there in July ( My parents live there)
Photo Courtesy : Indian Express
I salute the Bombay Police who had 3 casualties : Hemant Karkare, the chief of the police anti-terrorist squad in the city, was killed during the attack.
http://ashokkamte.blogspot.com/ A tribute to officer Kamte
CNN advising twitter to keep up with the news in #Mumbai?? Wow... this is going mainstream... more mainstream..
Live Stream from IBN:CNN http://ibnlive.in.com/videos/video_streaming.php
How cool that Flickr upgraded Vinu's photo stream in a few hours so he can upload more
#mumbai JJ Hospital no. - 022 23735555 JJ Hospital Blood bank no. - 022 23739400
#mumbai British Foreign Office help line in London 0207 0080000
Foreign Affairs 1-613-996-8885 from Canada, 1-800-387-3124 Elsewhere
US helpline 888-407-4747 Brazilian help line 9820686143 (C) CNN IBN FA 1-613-996-8885 from Canada, 1-800-387-3124 Elsewhere
Now Public : http://www.nowpublic.com/tag/mumbai
#mumbai support India and dont cancel any plans in fact give bombay more of your business
picture of the terrorists: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dotcompals/3061655921/