New Delhi market blast death toll 2, with 22 hurt

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September 28, 2008 11:08

 
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The death toll from a bomb blast in a New Delhi flower market rose to two on Sunday after a man died from wounds. Investigators hunted for two motorcyclists who left the explosive, police said. Another 22 market-goers were wounded when a package exploded in the Mehrauli area of the Indian capital on Saturday, spokesman Rajan Bhagat told The Associated Press. Investigators questioned several people but have no leads, Bhagat said. "Several people have been detained, questioned and then allowed to go home," he said.

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