Officials say at least 29 people have been killed and more than 100 wounded in a series of coordinated explosions in western India.
The blasts came one day after a set of blasts in the southern city of Bangalore. Today's (Saturday's) bomb attacks took place in older, crowded portions of the city of Ahmedabad in the state of Gujarat.
Officials say at least 16 explosions occurred within 90 minutes, with one of the bombs planted on a bus, another on a bicycle.
At least two hospitals were also targeted. Indian television reported that a little-known group called "Indian Mujahedin" has claimed responsibility for the attacks. Government ministers said the attacks were meant to destabilize the country, by inciting communal tension.
Ahmedabad was the scene of deadly riots between Hindus and Muslims in 2002, that killed at least one thousand people.