I knew none of this, of course, when I arrived in Mumbai in November 2006 to interview Jolie.
Mumbai, India—More than a decade ago, I accompanied Kailash Satyarthi on one of his rescues.
A sense of realism has eclipsed the anger that erupted in the streets of Mumbai after the 2008 attacks.
How its leaders respond to the Mumbai attacks will tell the business world what it wants and needs to know.
My wife teaches French to tenth-grade students at a private school here in Mumbai.
Brook finds recurring trends in St. Petersburg, Mumbai, Shanghai, and Dubai.
He has publicly promised al Qaeda will outdo Mumbai in the West.
Then in 2008 along came the Indian group Tata, based in Mumbai, which bought them from Ford for $2.3bn.
The attack shared characteristics with the military-style assault in downtown Mumbai, India in November 2008.
One possible example is the bloody Mumbai attack in 2008, carried out by a handful of men, which killed 164 people.