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Six bombs defused in Indian capital

Police on Friday defused at least six explosive devices found at the main railway station in New Delhi a day after an explosion killed 12 people on a train in Bombay. The bombs were found in unattended baggage, authorities said. Security in both cities has been increased to prevent further incidents. No one knows who is behind the attacks. A passenger spotted the bombs in an unattended bag near a taxi stand, Railway Police Deputy Commissioner R S Ghuman said. He told the Press Trust of India news agency that no timers were attached to the devices. New Delhi police were flooded with scores of calls from people complaining of unidentified objects seen at several places but all the calls turned out to be hoaxes. The Indian capital has been on a high alert after Thursday’s train explosion in Bombay that killed 12 people, and left at least 80 others wounded. Police checkpoints are in place elsewhere, according to authorities. Full Story

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