An unexploded bomb was found in Bangalore on Saturday morning and a bomb disposal squad was sent to the area to defuse it, the police said.
Adugodi, the neighbourhood in which the bomb was found, is 10 km east of the city centre.
The news of the unexploded bomb spread in India's IT hub when the city was back to business on Saturday, a day after eight serial blasts killed one woman and injured seven people all over the city.
“Police have some leads but no definite clue to Friday's serial blasts,” Director General of Police R Sri Kumar told IANS.
He said police have announced a reward of Rs 100,000 to any person who gives information leading to the culprits. “The city is calm and life is normal,” Sri Kumar said.
“Friday's blasts appear to be the handiwork of professionals. Materials used to assemble the bombs and trigger them by timers establish professional hands behind the incidents,” he added.