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Blast In Varanasi

Blast In Varanasi

India TV News Desk [ Published on: December 08, 2010 0:00 IST ]
  • Indian policemen help an injured victim after an explosion in Varanasi, India, Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2010. A bomb hidden in a metal canister exploded Tuesday evening as thousands gathered for a Hindu ceremony, killing a toddler and triggering a stampede that left many others wounded in a holy Indian city. The bomb was stashed in a milk container on the Sheetla Ghat, one of many stone staircases leading to the Ganges river, the site of daily spiritual rituals, according to police official Brij Lal. (AP Photo)
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    Indian policemen help an injured victim after an explosion in Varanasi, India, Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2010. A bomb hidden in a metal canister exploded Tuesday evening as thousands gathered for a Hindu ceremony, killing a toddler and triggering a stampede that left many others wounded in a holy Indian city. The bomb was stashed in a milk container on the Sheetla Ghat, one of many stone staircases leading to the Ganges river, the site of daily spiritual rituals, according to police official Brij Lal. (AP Photo)

  • An Indian policemen stands guard at the scene of an explosion in Varanasi, India, Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2010. A bomb hidden in a metal canister exploded during a Hindu ceremony Tuesday evening, wounding some 20 people, including four foreigners, in India's Hinduism's holiest city.(AP Photo)
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    An Indian policemen stands guard at the scene of an explosion in Varanasi, India, Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2010. A bomb hidden in a metal canister exploded during a Hindu ceremony Tuesday evening, wounding some 20 people, including four foreigners, in India's Hinduism's holiest city.(AP Photo)

  • People watch as policemen and officials inspect the site of an explosion in Varanasi, India, Tuesday, Dec.7, 2010.A bomb hidden in a metal canister exploded during a Hindu ceremony Tuesday evening, wounding 20 people, including four foreigners, in India's Hinduism's holiest city.(AP Photo/ Rajesh Chaurasia)
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    People watch as policemen and officials inspect the site of an explosion in Varanasi, India, Tuesday, Dec.7, 2010.A bomb hidden in a metal canister exploded during a Hindu ceremony Tuesday evening, wounding 20 people, including four foreigners, in India's Hinduism's holiest city.(AP Photo/ Rajesh Chaurasia)

  • People watch as policemen and officials inspect the site of an explosion in Varanasi, India, Tuesday, Dec.7, 2010. A bomb hidden in a metal canister exploded during a Hindu ceremony Tuesday evening, wounding 20 people, including four foreigners, in India's Hinduism's holiest city.(AP Photo)
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    People watch as policemen and officials inspect the site of an explosion in Varanasi, India, Tuesday, Dec.7, 2010. A bomb hidden in a metal canister exploded during a Hindu ceremony Tuesday evening, wounding 20 people, including four foreigners, in India's Hinduism's holiest city.(AP Photo)

  • Indian security men inspect the site of an explosion in Varanasi, India, Tuesday, Dec.7, 2010. A bomb hidden in a metal canister exploded during a Hindu ceremony Tuesday evening, wounding 20 people, including four foreigners, in India's Hinduism's holiest city.
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    Indian security men inspect the site of an explosion in Varanasi, India, Tuesday, Dec.7, 2010. A bomb hidden in a metal canister exploded during a Hindu ceremony Tuesday evening, wounding 20 people, including four foreigners, in India's Hinduism's holiest city.

  • Most of the people who were injured in the Varanasi blast this evening have been admitted to Marwari hospital and Kabir Chaura hospital here.
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    Most of the people who were injured in the Varanasi blast this evening have been admitted to Marwari hospital and Kabir Chaura hospital here.

  • UP CM Mayawati Visits Site Of Blast In Varanasi
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    UP CM Mayawati Visits Site Of Blast In Varanasi

  • Injured admitted in Kabirchowra hospital include 19 year old Priya of Varanasi, Vishnu of Mirzapur, Bholey Baba of Gujarat, Dev Kant of Samastipur, Gopal Maurya, 45, and Radhika Saini of Varanasi, Vipin Bihari Tiwari of Deoria and Bechan Yadav of Ghazipur.
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    Injured admitted in Kabirchowra hospital include 19 year old Priya of Varanasi, Vishnu of Mirzapur, Bholey Baba of Gujarat, Dev Kant of Samastipur, Gopal Maurya, 45, and Radhika Saini of Varanasi, Vipin Bihari Tiwari of Deoria and Bechan Yadav of Ghazipur.

  • Bechan Yadav of Ghazipur said, splinters and stone pies began to fall soon after the blast and people started running helter skelter. He was taken to Marwari Hospital.
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    Bechan Yadav of Ghazipur said, splinters and stone pies began to fall soon after the blast and people started running helter skelter. He was taken to Marwari Hospital.

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