By Anshul Tewari:
A Google spreadsheet has been circulated for people to pitch in their numbers and official help locations, such as blood banks and the police control room; the spreadsheet includes individual offers to help with food and shelter. Other Mumbai residents have offered to donate blood, while some have said that they can make calls, send text messages and emails, or tweet on behalf of others.
This appears to be an initiative of Nitin Sagar who is located in New Delhi and the response has been phenomenal.
The 3 blasts took place at rush hour on the 13th July, 2011 in Zaveri Bazaar, Dadar and Opera House (more here)
You can also pitch in the spreadsheet and extend help here. Do let us know if you come across more innovative ways to help the blast victims.
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