Russia has tightened security across the country in view of the Easter celebrations over the weekend, unwilling to take chances after terror attacks in Moscow and the restive Caucasus region killed over 52 people.
With police scrambling hard to nab
the perpetrators of the twin suicide bombings on Moscow metro,
President Dmitry Medvedev on Tuesday sought tough anti-terror laws
to combat the menace, amid moving tributes by Russians to the
39 people killed in the worst attack in the city in six years.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and
US President Barack Obama were among the world leaders who
condemned Monday`s twin blasts on two metro stations here which
left at least 38 people dead and 63 injured.