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India - Office of Justice for Victims of Overseas Terrorism Interactive Map

India - Office of Justice for Victims of Overseas Terrorism Interactive Map

** This interactive map reflects OVT activities in connection with terrorist attacks involving U.S. citizens overseas. Select a country listed below or on the map. The accomplishments indicated on this map are a representative sample of OVT accomplishments and are not exhaustive of OVT work.

Algeria | Bangladesh | Belgium | Brazil | Burkina Faso | Colombia | Ecuador | Egypt | France | Gaza/Israel/Jerusalem/West Bank | Germany | Greece | India | Indonesia | Jordan | Kenya | Libya | Mali | Pakistan | Panama | Philippines | Somalia | Spain | Syria | Tanzania | Turkey | Uganda | United Kingdom | Yemen

Interactive World MapBurkina FasoJordanIndiaColumbiaEcuadorMaliFranceGreeceSyriaSomaliaIndonesiaPhilippinesUgandaKenyaTanzaniaBrazilPanamaYemenEgyptLibyaAlgeriaPakistanGaza, Israel, Jerusalem, West BankGermanyUnited KingdomBelgiumTurkeySpain


ITVERP Designations

  • December 7, 2010 bombing in Varanasi.
  • November 26, 2008 Mumbai coordinated attacks.
  • August 16, 2006 armed attack in Imphal, Manipur.
  • July 4, 1995 hostage taking and murder in Kashmir. 
  • October 20, 1994 hostage taking in New Delhi.

Other Advocacy and Assistance

  • November 26, 2008 Mumbai coordinated attacks.
    • OVT created a password protected website for U.S victims of the coordinated attacks to stay updated on current Indian court proceedings that are ongoing.
    • In the only U.S. prosecution based on the Mumbai attack of November 2008, OVT used its password protected website to notify U.S victims that an American, David Headley, had been indicted for his role in planning that crime.
    • OVT organized and hosted a Victims of Terrorism Abroad Task Force debriefing with other government agencies addressing the response to the victims of the November 2008 Mumbai attack.  The information developed during that meeting has been used to inform policy and training for U.S. government personnel working with victims of international terrorism.
  • July 4, 1995 hostage taking and murder in Kashmir.
    • OVT arranged meetings between victim and Justice Department officials.