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Blasts Fall In Hyderabad, 11 dead

Terror attack again enter in crowded market in India as two bombs situated on bicycles burst in a packed market-hub in Hyderabad on Thursday, and Home Minister Sushil kumar Shinde confirmed at least 11 people were killed and 50 injured.

All leading cities were settled on high alert, TV channels said, adding that as many as 15 people might have been killed in the blasts.

Hyderabad is a prima IT center in nation, only next to Bangalore. Microsoft and Google have leading attractions in the city. "Both blasts are spotted within a encircles of 150 meters," Shinde said to reporters, adding the burst were set on bicycles parked in the thronged marketplace. "Eight people killed at one spot, three at the other."

The bursts happen less than two weeks after India hanged Afzal Guru for a militant attack on the parliament in 2001 that had flickered fierce clashes. Witnesses said that they perceived at least two blasts in the Dilsukh Nagar area of Hyderabad just after dusk but there could have been many.

TV displayed dust and body parts strewn on the street in the region, a packed neighborhood of cinema halls, shops, restaurants and a fruit and vegetable marketplace. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh described it a "cowardly attack".

"I request to the public to stay calm and keep peace," he said in a Twitter message. In July 2011, three near-coincidental blasts raked through India's economic capital, Mumbai. At least 20 people were terminated and over 100 injured in the bangs set off by Muslim militants, authorities said.

Last year, four little explosions happened in fast succession in a busy shopping hub of Pune.

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