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Hyderabad Blasts

Terror returns to Hyderabad: 13 dead, 80 injured in twin blasts triggered by IED devices

At least 12 people were killed and 84 injured in two blasts in Hyderabad and the death toll could go up, Sushilkumar Shinde said tonight. Strongly condemning the blasts, the PM said those responsible for the 'dastardly' act won't go unpunished. Police Control Rooms: +91-40-27852435-36, +91-40-23261166

Hyderabad blasts: high alert across Andhra Pradesh

Police sounded high alert in Hyderabad and other cities in Andhra Pradesh after two blasts killed over 10 people in Hyderabad and injured scores of others.

NIA, NSG teams flying to Hyderabad blast site: home secy

Elite teams of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) and the National Security Guard (NSG) on Thursday will be flying to Hyderabad, which has been rocked by twin blasts that killed 10 people and injured 50, an official said.

Delhi on high alert following Hyderabad blasts

Delhi has been put on high alert and security beefed up at all important buildings and markets following two blasts in Hyderabad, officials said.

BJP condoles loss of lives, demands thorough probe

BJP president Rajnath Singh on Thursday condoled the lost of lives in Hyderabad blasts and demanded that the government conduct a thorough probe into the incident.

Hyderabad blasts: high alert in Maharashtra

A high alert has been sounded across Maharashtra in the wake of the blasts in Hyderabad this evening, home minister RR Patil said.

Prime Minister condemns Hyderabad blasts, says guilty won't go unpunished

Strongly condemning the twin blasts in Hyderabad, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Thursday described it as a "dastardly attack" and said the guilty should not "go unpunished."

Sonia expresses sorrow over Hyderabad blasts

Congress chief Sonia Gandhi expressed sorrow on the blasts in Hyderabad which left at least 11 people dead and scores injured, a party statement said on Thursday.

Security tightened after serial blasts

The already tight security at the MA Chidambaram Stadium and the team hotel has been strengthened in Chennai ahead of the first Test following the deadly serial blasts in Hydera-bad, the second Test venue.

City caught in terror crossfire

Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) chief Hafiz Mohammad Saeed considers taking back Hyderabad along with Junagarh and Kashmir from India, the unfinished agenda of Partition of the country in 1947.

Hit five years ago, Abdul falls victim again in Hyderabad blasts

Thirty-year-old Abdul Wazid Mirza lost a leg in the 2007 bomb blast in old Hyderabad city. Five years later, he suffered severe injuries to his abdomen in yesterday's twin blasts at Dilsukhnagar where he had shifted, thinking that it was a safer locality.

Investigators hint at IM hand in Hyderabad serial blasts

Counter-terrorism investigators say that yesterday's serial blasts in Hyderabad carry the fingerprint of Indian Mujahideen. The use of cycles, ball bearings and timers have made investigators link the attack with failed Pune serial blasts.
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