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Six explosions hit Bombay's commuter rail network during rush hour Tuesday evening, ripping apart train compartments and reportedly injuring dozens of people, police and Indian media said.
Indian television news channels broadcast video of the wounded sprawled on train tracks and being carried through stations.
The Press Trust of India news agency said six blasts occurred along the city's commuter rail network, which is among the most crowded in the world.
India's financial center of Bombay and the capital of New Delhi were reportedly on high alert.
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