Indian officials say three separate explosions in India's restive northeast have killed at least five people and wounded 30 or more others.
Officials say the first blast, on Sunday evening, killed three people and injured about 20 in the Tinsukia district of Assam.
Around the same time, a second bomb exploded on a motorcycle in the nearby town of Doomdooma, killing two people. At least 10 others were hurt. Officials identified the bomber, who was driving the motorcycle and was killed by the explosion, as a member of the separatist United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA).
Later Sunday, rebels detonated a bomb that destroyed part of a natural gas pipeline operated by Assam Gas Company Ltd.. The blast set off a massive fire, but no casualties are reported.
Paramashish Ghosh Royhas more on the story.