Seven timed blasts hit railway carriages and platforms within 20 minutes during Mumbai's evening rush hour, crippling the city's transport system. The biggest blast took place in Bandra, a suburb with a big Muslim community.
Pakistani officials, including President Pervez Musharraf, have condemned the attack. At least 170 dead, many hundreds more injured; the attacks today
came within hours of a wave of explosions in Srinigar, the capital of Indian-controlled Kashmir, where a series of grenade attacks killed eight people and wounded more than two dozen. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the bombings….
The Financial Times story, quoted above.
Reason's June account of the culture those monsters were attacking today: Shikha Dalmia's reporting on what Detroit could profitably learn from Bangalore.