Cops hunt for bombers


BOMBAY: A massive manhunt was under way here yesterday as police warned India's financial capital was being targeted in a bombing campaign by militants following an attack on a rush-hour train which left 11 dead and 65 injured. 

“Looking at the four bomb blasts in the city within a span of three months, it is very clear that Bombay is being targeted,” said Bombay joint police commissioner Ahmed Javed in the aftermath of Thursday night's train blast. 

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