Casualties of the 2008 Mumbai attacks include civilians, Indian security personnel, and the attackers. The main targets of the attack appeared to be Americans, Britons, Australians and Jews, but most of the casualties were locals and foreign tourists caught in the gunfire.At least 164 people had been killed in the attacks and 293 wounded.
Among the dead were 136 Indians (including 17 policemen) and 28 foreigners. The breakdown of the foreigners was as follows: four Americans, three Germans, two Israeli-Americans, two Israelis, two Australians, two Canadians, two French, two Italians, one British-Cypriot, one Dutch, one Japanese, one Jordanian, one Malaysian, one Mauritian, one Mexican, one Singaporean and one ThaiAccording to Maharashtra chief minister Vilasrao Deshmukh, 15 policemen and two NSG commandos were killedTwelve staff members of the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower Hotel were killed. and seven were injured. Their medical treatment and counselling needs will be provided and fully paid for by Taj Hotels.