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Indian authorities warned that six Islamic militants were driving around the capital looking for potential bombing targets Thursday, the 15th anniversary of the destruction of a famed mosque by Hindu extremists in northern India.
Extra police were deployed at airports, railways stations and key government buildings, such as Parliament and the presidential palace, in an effort to counter the threat, said a home ministry official.
While general warnings about militant activity are not unusual in India, where more than 300 people have been killed in bombings blamed on Islamic militants since 2005, Thursday's was unusually specific.
Authorities even identified the make of the suspects' car: a Hindustan Ambassador, an Indian-made car modeled on a 1950s-era British Morris Oxford.