Crude bomb blast kills woman in India's high-tech capital

December 28, 2014 21:11

NEW DELHI - A crude bomb exploded outside a busy restaurant in India's high-tech capital of Bengaluru on Sunday, killing a woman and wounding a man, police said.

The low-intensity blast occurred in the center of Bengaluru packed with Sunday evening crowds, prompting a security alert in other Indian cities.

Police said the improvised explosive device had been placed between two flower-pots near the Coconut Grove restaurant.

Police commissioner M.N.Reddy said nobody had yet claimed responsibility for the blast.

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