A look at some major attacks in India

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Some major attacks in India since 2005, most blamed on Islamic militants:

- Nov. 26, 2008: Series of shooting and grenade attacks, including two on luxury hotels, kill at least 78 people and wound at least 200 in Mumbai, India's main commercial city.

- Sept. 13, 2008: At least five explosions in crowded shopping areas kill 21 and wound 100 in New Delhi, national capital.

- July 26, 2008: Some 16 small bombs explode in Ahmedabad, killing 45.

- July 25, 2008: Seven small bombs kill two in Bangalore, hub of India's technology industry.

- May 13, 2008: Seven bombs hit crowded markets and streets outside Hindu temples in Jaipur, killing 80.

- Nov. 24, 2007: Nearly simultaneous explosions rip courthouse complexes in Lucknow, Varanasi and Faizabad, killing 16.

- Aug. 25, 2007: 43 people killed by three explosions at park and street-side food stall in Hyderabad.

- May 18, 2007: Bomb during Friday prayers at historic mosque in Hyderabad kills 11 worshippers. Police later fatally shoot five people during clashes with Muslims protesting attack.

- Feb. 19, 2007: Train heading from India to Pakistan torn apart by two bombs, sparking fire that kills 68.

- July 11, 2006: Seven blasts rip through rail stations and commuter trains in Mumbai, killing 187.

- March 7, 2006: Three explosions rock Hindu temple and train station in Hindu holy city of Varanasi, killing 20.

- Oct. 29, 2005: 62 killed by three blasts at markets in New Delhi ahead of Hindu holiday of Diwali.

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