Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Reads like a Hollywood cop story

One thread in the Vanity Fair article on the Mumbai attacks reads like something out of a Hollywood cop movie (of the more downbeat & realistic type - more Traffic than Training Day). From the article, Where Were the Police? section:

"Speeding toward the hotel that night, Vishwas Nangre Patil, Bombay’s deputy police commissioner, tried to keep himself from erupting in rage. His command was Zone 1 of the city’s 12 police districts, a plum assignment that included the five-star hotels, South Bombay’s big corporations, and the Gateway of India. Patil knew, however, that his situation was conditional. His first language was Marathi, which set him apart from his superior, Commissioner Hasan Gafoor, who was from a landed feudal family and grew up speaking the Queen’s English."

Read the rest of the article at Vanity Fair.


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