Life in Mumbai in India is slowly returning to normal as the investigation continues into attacks that killed around 200 people and injured 700 others on Tuesday. A memorial for the victims has been set up at Mahim station, one of the sites of the bomb blasts. Indian officials say the Pakistan-based militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba is the prime suspect. Police have detained around 20 people.
The government’s anti-terror squad released the names of two young men. The names indicated they were Muslims but the government did not make that clear. In New Delhi, there have been protests against the bombings. Demonstrators shouted anti-Pakistan slogans and denounced the Pakistani President. Pervez Musharraf has offered assurances of co-operation with India into the attacks.
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