Atul Ganpat Anap


Age: 30

Indian software engineer and senior manager of product management at the telecommunications company Reliance Communications Ltd. in Mumbai, India who had been hospitalized in critical condition at an intensive care unit for about a week from multiple bone fractures and serious burns suffered up to 35 percent of his body in the devastating February 13 Pune bombing that killed nine people at the scene and injured more than 60 others including his wife Rita Anap when a powerful bomb exploded at the popular German Bakery in the city of Pune, India near the Osho Ashram Commune and a Jewish Chabad House near the upscale Koregaon Park area, in which the blast was the first major terrorist attack in India since the deadly November 2008 Mumbai attacks.

Cause of Death: Injuries sustained in a bomb blast

Born: April 17, 1980

Died: February 20, 2010

Pune, India