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11/7. A year later, Big Brother's watching

July 6, 2007
The entrance to Churchgate station in south Mumbai, one of the city's busiest railway stations, where local trains of the Western Railway start and end, is peaceful. But then this is not rush hour.

Among the hundreds of trains that leave Churchgate every day, seven carried bombs on that fateful July day last year. They killed almost 200 people and injured five times that number.

Have the lessons from that day been learnt? Rediff.com decided to find out.

Text: A Ganesh Nadar | Photographs: Uday Kuckian

Also read: Complete coverage: Mumbai's train blasts

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