Last evening five bombs have ripped through busy shopping areas of
India's capital, Delhi, within minutes of each other, killing at least
20 people and injuring about 90 people.
Four unexploded bombs were also found and defused, police said.
More than 400 people have died since October 2005 in bomb attacks on Indian cities such as Ahmedabad and Bangalore.
CNN-IBN, a local TV news channel, said it had received an e-mail
before the blasts from a group calling itself the "Indian
"Do whatever you can. Stop us if you can," the e-mail reportedly said.
The same group has claimed responsibility for two other recent bombing attacks.
Pakistan has joined in official Indian condemnation of the attacks.
Connaught Place, Karol Bagh , Barakhamba Road, Greater Kailash area,
all those places where I always enjoy to go on Saturday evenings...
They want to break the spirit of Delhi, the city of all people, all languages, all religions, all colours...
But those who did this are not humans no more, they have no religion, no God, they are nothing.
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