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Indian police refute reports on explosions in fourth largest city

September 29, 2013, 21:57 UTC+3
The Times of India said at its Internet portal earlier in the day that two blasts in Hyderabad had left seventeen people dead and over a hundred others, wounded
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Photos EPA / JAIPAL SINGH

Photos EPA / JAIPAL SINGH

NEW DELHI, September 29 (Itar-Tass) - Indian police have not received any reports on ostensible explosions in Hyderabad, the capital of the southern State of Andhra Pradesh and India’s fourth most populous megalopolis, a duty officer at a police department in Hyderabad told Itar-Tass.

“We don’t have any information on explosions,” he said adding that a report might have penetrated the media as a result of human error in the wake of a tense situation in the country’s north on the border with Pakistan.

The Times of India said at its Internet portal earlier in the day that two blasts in Hyderabad had left seventeen people dead and over a hundred others, wounded.

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