"All countries must uphold their worldwide obligations to take action against this United Nations sanctioned terrorist group and its leaders", said Nathan Sales, State Department's coordinator for counterterrorism in his brief remark.
"I can assure Mumbaikars that the city is safe and police are capable of protecting you from any eventuality", Mumbai Police Commissioner Subodh Kumar Jaiswal said.
"The planners of 26/11 still roam the streets of Pakistan with impunity. We once again call on the Government of Pakistan to give up double standards and to expeditiously bring the perpetrators of the horrific attack to justice", the foreign ministry said in a statement.
The United States on Sunday announced a reward of up to $5 million (around Rs 35.2 crore) for information leading to the arrest or conviction of any individual involved in planning or abetting the Mumbai terror attacks of 2008.
"It's a matter of deep anguish that even after 10 yrs of this heinous terror attack, families of 166 victims from 15 countries still await closure, with Pakistan showing little sincerity in bringing perpetrators to justice", the MEA said in a statement.
The secretary of state pointed out that the State Department's "Rewards for Justice"(RFJ) program continues to offer $5 million in reward money for information leading to the capture of the Mumbai masterminds.
To honour the memory of the victims, a moment of silence was observed by the attendees followed by lighting of candles.
Paying tribute to those who were killed during the dastardly attack, Mumbai Police tweeted a video thanking those who stood by and defended the city.
The murders at the Chabad center occurred one day after residents were taken hostage inside the building.
Cricket icon, Sachin Tendulkar also paid tribute to victims of the bad Mumbai terror attacks that took place a decade ago, saying "we shall stand united and tall against terror". Since its inception in 1984, the program has paid over Dollars 150 million to more than 100 people who provided actionable information that helped bring terrorists to justice or prevented acts of global terrorism worldwide.
"A grateful nation bows to our courageous police and security forces who valiantly fought the terrorists during the Mumbai attacks", said Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who called the attacks "gruesome".
Meanwhile, France, Israel and the United Kingdom took a similar stand, condemning the Mumbai terror attack.