One person has been killed in the seven blasts that have rocked Bangalore city, the IT capital of India.The blasts were low intensity ones with gelatin sticks being used.

Police suspect terrorists to be involved with an intention to create panic in this peaceful city.

One of the blasts took place at a place thats just a few minutes away from my office(Langford Road)!

Read the whole info here. More updates to follow.

Update: Here’s a forwarded mail I got from one of my friend. I’m posting it here for all of you.

BANGALORE : At least two people
have been killed and 20 people wounded in a series of blasts in Bangalore. Seven blasts
have been reported so far.

According to Bangalore
Police Commissioner, Shankar Bidri, seven blasts rocked Bangalore.

The
police have confirmed that low intensity crude bombs were triggered by a timer.

The police sources also said that these terror attacks bear the
hallmarks of Bangladesh outfit HuJi.

Minister of State for Home Affairs said that it’s too early to blame
anybody for the blasts.

Meanwhile, Union Home Secretary Madhukar Gupta
has said, "we are in the initial stages of the investigation. We are in constant
touch with the state government. We hope to have a detailed report by evening.”

The blasts took place at the Madivala bus stop, Hossur road, Adugudi,
Koramangla, Mysore
Road and Nayadahalli. The blasts took place within a
span of 60 minutes.

Bomb disposal squads have reached the blasts sites.

Schools, colleges, cinema halls and commercial complexes have been shut
down.

All mobile phone networks have been jammed across the city.

According to IB sources, SIMI and LeT may be behind the Bangalore blasts and they
could be retaliatory in nature.

The injured have been admitted to the
St John’s Hospital in Bangalore.

When
and where

1st
blast: 1.20 pm, Madiwala bus depot

2nd blast: 1.25 pm, Mysore road

3rd blast: 1.40 pm, Adugudi

4th blast: 2.10 pm, Koramangla

5th blast: 2.25 pm, Vittal Mallaya road

6th blast: 2.35 pm,
Langford Town

7th blast: Richmond Town

All
metros put on high alert

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