Red alert in Delhi after Chennai blasts
New Delhi: A high security red alert was announced here Thursday after two bomb blasts on a train in Chennai killed a young woman and injured 14 people.
"Security has been tightened at all railway stations, bus stations, crowded markets and other important places," Delhi Police spokesperson Rajan Bhagat told IANS.
A young woman was killed and 14 people were injured Thursday when the bombs went off in quick succession in two coaches of the Bangalore-Guwahati train at the Chennai station.
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