The latest from Fox News is that there is a stand off between Indian Commandos and some of the terrorists.
Indian police have taken at least seven people out of the luxury Oberoi-Trident hotel in Mumbai, one of three buildings where gunmen are still holding hostages in country's financial capital.
The Associated Press reports one of the rescued hostages told reporters he had seen many bodies inside the hotel. He did not give his name.
He refused to give more details, saying he had promised police not to discuss the rescue while it was ongoing.
Indian TV, meanwhile, reports commando teams are engaged in a gunfight with terrorists on the eight floor of the Oberoi-Trident. The battle broke out as commandos were conducting room-to-room searches.
CNN reports that flames at the Oberoi Hotel.
Fires were reported at the Oberoi Hotel in Mumbai, India, a day after a series of attacks that killed 125 people. Flames could be seen coming from the building. CNN sister network CNN-IBN reported the fire was on the fourth floor and that 30 people were trapped. CNN correspondent Sara Sidner reports fresh explosions at the Taj Hotel, the scene of another attack
MSNBC has an eyewitness report.
Bill Roggio gives his analysis of the web of loose associations of terrorists.
Indian intelligence believes the Indian Mujahideen is a front group created by Lashkar-e-Taiba and the Harkat ul Jihad al Islami to confuse investigators and cover the tracks of the Students' Islamic Movement of India, or SIMI, a radical Islamist movement. The groups receive support from Pakistan's Inter-Service Intelligence and are al Qaeda affiliates.As always in a situation like this, events are fluid and constantly changing.