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Four explosions in Agartala, India, Wednesday night left four people dead and 76 more injured, hospital sources said. The state police confirmed just one death but said the toll likely would rise, The Times of India reported. The first bomb went off about 7:30 p.m. at a bus stand.
Text of report by Indian news agency PTI website New Delhi, 25 September: Google's social networking site Orkut today banned a community named as 'Indian Mujahideen' following the serial blasts in the national capital on 13 September.
Mumbai: The police suspect Mumbai techie Taufique Bilal to have hacked into American Ken Haywood's computer to send the terror email.
By Parth Shastri AHMEDABAD/ MUMBAI: It is not just the 19 serial blasts, the whole terror operation is an example of meticulous planning -a combination of technological expertise and brute power to strike terror.
By MATTHEW ROSENBERG By Matthew Rosenberg The Associated Press AHMADABAD, India An obscure Islamic militant group claimed responsibility for bombings that killed at least 45 people, and authorities stepped up security Sunday after India's second series of blasts in two days.
After a tip from a local streetsweeper, Amina Habib Rasool and a few friends began digging through a rubbish tip, looking for the remains of sons and husbands four years after they were slaughtered by a Hindu mob.
By Nita Bhalla MUMBAI (Reuters) - The Mumbai bombers should be identified within a week, investigating officials said on Sunday, after police carried out scores of raids in the western Indian city overnight. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh left for St.
AHMEDABAD, India (Reuters) - At least 30 people were hurt in clashes between Hindus and Muslims in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad in Gujarat state, witnesses and police said. Police official B.C.
AHMEDABAD, India (Reuters) - A Hindu mob burned to death a Muslim man in his car in new violence in a western Indian city early on Wednesday, raising the toll in clashes sparked by demolition of a Sufi shrine to six, police said.