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JAIPUR, India - At least 45 people were killed Tuesday in six bomb blasts that ripped through crowded areas of a city in western India, a hospital official said.
A.S. Gill, a top police official, said six explosions took place in markets and several other areas of the historic city.
A seventh bomb was defused before it exploded, Gill said.
Television stations showed images of wrecked bicycles and pools of blood, with sirens blaring in the background. They said the blasts had caused panic in
They said the blasts had caused panic in the narrow streets.
We'll be on high alert," said sub-inspector Shivaji Vishnu Patil in the Mumbai police control room. Although police are not aware of any specific threat in Mumbai, he said extra armed police would be sent to power stations, prominent mosques and Hindu temples, and other potential targets as a normal precaution.