- Reporter's Notebook: Indian Commuter Trains Bombed During Rush Hour
Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay, is India's financial capital and one of its major cities. Today, its commuter rail network was hit with seven bombs in rapid succession. The latest death toll is 147, with more than 439 injured. India's major cities are on high alert and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is placing the blame on "terrorists." Anuj Chopra reports for the Christian Science Monitor in southern India.
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