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Strike after Bombay bus bomb

A strike over a deadly bus bombing has disrupted transport and trading in India’s commercial capital, Bombay. Monday’s attack, which killed three people, was the latest in a series of blasts in the city since December. Hundreds of right-wing activists took to the streets of Bombay, also called Mumbai, to enforce the stoppage on Wednesday. Banks and financial institutions were open, but staff attendance was down because of the strike. “We have received reports of stone pelting from several places,” said joint police commissioner Ahmad Javed. Full Story

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