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UPDATED: 09:09, July 13, 2006
Death toll reaches 190 in Mumbai train blasts
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Relatives of the injured people cry outside a hospital in Mumbai, India, July 12, 2006. The death toll in the serial blasts hitting India's financial capital Mumbai on July 11 has risen to 190.

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An injured man rests on the bed at a hospital in Mumbai, India, July 12, 2006. The death toll in the serial blasts hitting India's financial capital Mumbai on July 11 has risen to 190.

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Relatives of the injured people wait for news outside a hospital in Mumbai, India, July 12, 2006. The death toll in the serial blasts hitting India's financial capital Mumbai on July 11 has risen to 190.

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An injured man receives medical treatment at a hospital in Mumbai, India, July 12, 2006. The death toll in the serial blasts hitting India's financial capital Mumbai on July 11 has risen to 190.

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An injured child rests on the bed at a hospital in Mumbai, India, July 12, 2006. The death toll in the serial blasts hitting India's financial capital Mumbai on July 11 has risen to 190.

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A worker registers injured people's names on a board outside a hospital in Mumbai, India, July 12, 2006. The death toll in the serial blasts hitting India's financial capital Mumbai on July 11 has risen to 190.

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Indian policemen stand guard near the Matunga Railway Station in Bombay July 12, 2006. According to the latest report, at least 190 people were killed and more than 714 others injured in a series of bomb attacks hitting seven railway stations in Bombay overnight.

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A train runs into Matunga Railway Station in Mumbai in which a series of blasts took place on July 11. The Railway returned to normal on July 12.

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