Mumbai is back on its feet again after terrorist attacks in November 2008 brought worldwide attention. Security has been beefed up, and it’s business as usual in India’s largest city, with a few exceptions: One resulting change is that foreigners holding tourist visas, including those with multiple entries, are now banned from reentering the country within two months of departure, though reentry may be permitted in special cases. This new rule has reportedly been applied to some business visas as well. Meanwhile, the U.S. State Department continues to advise American citizens of the possibility of terrorist attacks in India. Three iconic luxury hotels sustained heavy damage in the 2008 attacks: the Trident Nariman Point, Taj Mahal Palace & Tower and The Oberoi Mumbai hotel. The Trident reopened in December 2008, as did the Tower wing of the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower; the Heritage wing reopened earlier this year. The Oberoi, adjacent to the Trident, needed to be rebuilt in several areas and reopened in April 2010. The popular Leopold Café, also damaged in the melée, has reopened, but the manager preserved a spray of bullet holes in the walls for posterity.