New Delhi Attacks
3 explosions, at least 61 dead, dozens more injured, state of emergency declared. Who was it? Asked who was responsible, he would only say "there are several clues." The Indian government faces opposition from dozens of militant groups — particularly Kashmiri separatists, some of whom also oppose the peace process between Pakistan and India. A leading anti-terrorism expert said the timing and nature of the blasts indicates they were the work of Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Tayyaba, the most feared militant group in Kashmir. "It looks like Lashkar. They are the most active group here," said Vikram Sood, the former head of the Research and Analysis Wing, India's external intelligence agency. "These are not entirely unexpected. It is a wake up call for all those who think of open borders" between India and Pakistan. Pakistanis, again.