http://www.cnn.com/2006/WORLD/asiapcf/07/11/mumbai.blasts/index.html THis is the big story lately. "At least 174 killed in Indian train blasts MUMBAI, India (CNN) -- A series of seven explosions killed at least 174 people on crowded commuter trains and stations Tuesday evening in the Indian financial capital of Mumbai, police said. Officials said at least 464 people were injured in the blasts in the city's western suburbs as commuters made their way home. All seven blasts came within an 11-minute span, between 6:24 and 6:35 p.m. (12:54 and 1:05 p.m. GMT). Analysts are comparing the attack with the mass transit bombings in Madrid in 2004 and London last year, saying they all involved a series of mutiple blasts and were well-coordinated. There was some confusion about the number of dead and injured as information was compiled from hospitals and explosion sites in Mumbai, the west Indian seaport previously called Bombay. "There still are bodies being recovered," said Pooja Saxena, with the International Federation of the Red Cross, speaking early Wednesday. CNN-IBN correspondent Jency Jacob was aboard one of the trains during the attacks. "People started running helter-skelter and started jumping from the train," Jacob said. (Watch rescuers pull victims from wrecked trains -- 1:59) ....." It's still a developing story so it might change. So you think terrorists like Al-Queda were behind this? I thnk it's a good possibility. India's a densly populated country, where a decent sized explosion could injure many people.