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India Blames Pakistan for Deadly Blasts

A top Indian official suggested Tuesday that neighboring Pakistan was involved in bombings that ripped through Bombay this week, as police searched for teams of terrorists that allegedly included several women who rented taxis used in the attacks that killed at least 50 people. Authorities were hunting for a man, woman and child who had hired one of the cabs for two days of sightseeing, then slipped away from the historic Gateway of India monument minutes before the vehicle exploded. Police also were tracking two women and a man who reportedly had hired a taxi that exploded at the city’s main jewelry hub. That blast took place 15 minutes before the one at the landmark monument. Full Story

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