Moshe was rushed to safety - drenched in blood - after his nanny found him crying by their bodies.Clutching a toy basketball, his face contorted by tears, this is Moshe Holtzberg at today's memorial service for his parents." Then the screaming stopped, and it was quiet, Mr Katz said'The whole night I heard gunshots and loud blasts,' she said in a statement to police.'Next morning it was quiet for a while, when I heard the baby crying.' Moshe's grandmother Yehudit Rosenberg and member of the family's domestic staff console him during the service today Samuel quietly unbolted the door, and went up to the second floor where she found Moshe crying, his pants drenched in blood, next to the bodies of his parents.Telecom PTT was spun off and rebranded Swisscom ahead of a partial privatisation in 1997 which has left the Swiss government with a 51% stake.Besides pioneering the first mobile telephone network NATEL A, the present-day Swisscom owns the protected brand NATEL, which is used and known only in Switzerland.
The Foreign Ministry said the government would arrange official funeral send representatives to the ceremonies, as it does for victims of attacks at home.'There are going to be thousands of people at this funeral,' said Mr Katz.
The Swiss telegraph network was first set up in 1852, followed by telephones in 1877.
The two networks were combined with the postal service in 1920 to form the PTT (Postal Telegraph and Telephone).
This photograph shows the inside of Nariman House after the commando operation The attack on Nariman House pitched Mumbai's tiny Jewish community into the the glare of the world's media and its members say they now feel vulnerable.
Israeli officials say the Chabad centre was targeted for being Jewish.