Yes, Bombay has bounced back on the very next day. The attendance has been close to 80% at work(and this turnout is more than what it was after the recent downpour in Bombay). I guess that is the best way to fight terror for an average citizen. Things are almost back to normal - trains, buses, offices, schools, everything is functioning like any other day.
More pictures from yesterday night...
Truck, buses, cabs & private cars, being stopped by locals, to accommodate people who were not able to get home by train at Mahim & Matunga (West) junction. Close to one of the blast sites. 10.20pm
Matunga Road over bridge connecting east to the west, was packed with people waiting to find some mode of transport to get home.
Another picture of the bridge in the night mode
Packed buses taking people to the western suburbs. Locals giving water to stranded passengers, stuck in traffic jams at Dadar TT area. 10.50pm
Another picture of a packed BEST bus (the efficient public transport of Bombay)
Local residents of Matunga (east) giving water, tea, biscuits to stranded bus passengers. 11.00pm
This went on till late in the night...... Spirit of Bombay lives on.....