India bombings update from Reuters:
MUMBAI (Reuters) – At least 135 people were killed and hundreds injured in seven bomb explosions on packed commuter trains and stations on Tuesday in Mumbai, India’s financial hub, officials said.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the evening rush hour attacks, the worst in the city for more than a decade.
But suspicion was likely to centre on Muslim militants fighting New Delhi’s rule in disputed Kashmir, who have been blamed for several bomb attacks in India in the past.
City Police Commissioner A.N. Roy told Reuters 135 people were killed while Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh, the state’s top elected official, said 300 people were injured in the blasts, which took place in the space of around 10 minutes.