India’s unsolved bombings


New Delhi – A series of bombings. No claim of responsibility. No prime suspects. Wednesday’s explosions in India’s financial capital Mumbai ticked a wearily familiar list of boxes in a country which is no stranger to bombings that go unclaimed and lack any transparent motive. Briefing reporters on Thursday about the investigation, Home Minister P Chidambaram cast the net of suspicion about as wide as it would go. “All groups hostile to India are on the radar. We are not ruling out anything, we are not ruling in anything. We are looking at everyone,” he said. “Whoever perpetrated the attack has worked in a very callous manner. Maybe it’s a very small group working in a…

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