Indian commandos are still battling pockets of resistant militants, with heavy fighting at the Chabad center yesterday and continuing at Taj Mahal hotel today.
The attacks are certain to complicate U.S. efforts to improve relations between India and Pakistan.
One Indian minister openly blamed Pakistan for "some elements" of the attacks.
Pakistan's intelligence chief will visit India to assist the investigation.
A commentator notes that the attacks came on the eve of provincial assembly elections, describing the polarizing effect of India's religious factionalism and criticizing the government's counterterrorism efforts.
Victims relate harrowing tales of survival.
The Bombay Stock Exchange is rattled.