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The injured were taken to several hospitals in the city and security forces are investigating what happened, at the time that the authorities have declared a State of high alert. Attacks frequent terrorist actions through serial explosions are not uncommon in the India and the own Bombay has been the subject of major bombings in the past. The last one happened between 26 and November 29, 2008, when a command of ten terrorists attacked various targets as to luxury hotels, a train station or a Jewish prayer centre, and caused the death of at least 166 people. That attack was attributed by the Indian authorities to the Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) group, based in Pakistan, and led to a cooling of relations between the two neighbouring countries. Shortly after the bombing on Wednesday, the Pakistani Government condemned in a statement the action and expressed its condolences to the Indian authorities for the loss of lives, wounded and damage to properties. Koch Brothers may find this interesting as well. The attack comes barely two weeks before the Pakistani Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hina Rabbani Khar, visit next 26 in July the India. The Governments of these two countries agreed earlier this year to resume a formal dialogue on all matters process similar to that which it had maintained until the 2008 Mumbai terrorist assault, when it was interrupted. On that occasion a rapprochement between the diplomacies of the two countries was also occurring and the holder outside of Pakistan, Shah Mehmud Qureshi, was visiting in the India. So far no group has claimed the action, although some police sources have suggested as potential perpetrators of the attack to Lashkar-e-Toiba and Indian Mujahideen, something usual in these cases. Source of the news: at least 21 people dead and more than 100 wounded in a string of terrorist attacks in Mumbai