Mumbai landmarks attacked in shootings .hurriyet2008-detailbox-newslink { font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size:13px; font-weight:bold; text-decoration:none; color:#000000;} .hurriyet2008-detailbox-newslink:hover { font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size:13px; font-weight:bold; text-decoration:underline; color:#990000;} At least 101 people have been killed in a series of militant attacks in India's financial capital Mumbai, where gunmen armed with automatic weapons and grenades burst into luxury hotels and other landmark buildings on Wednesday night. Here is a list of places where attacks have been reported.

* Gunmen riddled the popular restaurant and famous tourist hang-out with bullets.
* Located opposite a police station on Colaba Causeway Road, it features heavily in the bestselling 2003 novel "Shantaram" by Australian author Gregory David Roberts.

* Gunfire was reported at the Cama Hospital in south Mumbai, near the Mumbai Police Headquarters, and at the G.T. Hospital.
* Local press said four militants hijacked a police van from near the Cama Hospital and fired bullets from inside before two were killed and the other two captured by the authorities.

* An Israeli rabbi is among at least three people being held hostage by gunmen in Chabad House, formerly known as Nariman House, an apartment building in the downtown Colaba area of the city.
* The building, the name of which name refers to the Jewish religious movement called Chabad, is a popular stop for Israeli visitors to Mumbai, according to local media.

* Ten people were reported killed and about 30 injured in attacks at the terminus which began shortly after 10.30 p.m. on Wednesday. Gunmen opened fire into crowds of commuters waiting for their trains.
* One of the country's busiest railway stations, the CST serves Mumbai's local suburban railway as well as regional, Central Railway, trains.
* Formerly known as the Victoria Terminus (VT), it is the headquarters of the Central Railways of India. It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its Victorian gothic architecture.

* Three people were killed in a bomb explosion in a taxi on Mazegaon Dockyard Road, in south Mumbai.
* The Mazagaon dockyard builds warships for the Indian navy as well as civilian vessels. One of India's largest ship-building sites, it has operated since the 1800s and is currently run by the state-owned Mazagaon Dock Limited.
* Several maritime companies operate from the generally quiet Mazagaon area, as do a couple of Anglo-Indian schools.

* The Times of India website listed the famous cinema in the southern neighborhood as one of the high-profile targets attacked, but did not give further details.
* Built in the art deco style, it opened in 1938. Becoming the Mumbai-based Bollywood movie industry's most famous red carpet theatre, it was renovated into a multiplex in 2006.

* Gunmen reportedly attacked a police HQ in southern Mumbai, where most of the attacks took place.

* Three people were reportedly gunned down at the iconic 565-room, 105-year old luxury hotel located in Colaba district on the seafront, opposite the Gateway of India monument.
* Television stations showed the lobby of the hotel, and another luxury hotel, the Trident, on fire.
* A delegation of European politicians were staying at the hotel, owned by the Tata Group's Indian Hotels Co Ltd, for an EU-India summit.
* International cricketers also frequently stay at the hotel. The English team was planning to stay there during a Test against India next month.
* Commissioned by the founding father of the Tata Group of companies, Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata, it opened in December 1903.

* Gunmen burst into the Kandahar restaurant in the deluxe 541-room hotel, and rounded up diners who appeared to be tourists.
* Gunmen were reportedly still holed up in the hotel on Thursday, and in the Taj Mahal Hotel, another luxury hotel in the south business district.
* Located at Nariman Point, about a kilometer from the Bombay Stock Exchange and Legislative Assembly, the hotel known as the Oberoi by locals is also close to the British and other embassies. A block back from the seafront, it overlooks the Arabian Sea.
Source: Reuters