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Last Updated: Wednesday, 8 March 2006, 13:55 GMT
In pictures: India on alert

Security officials stand near bricks showing bomb damage at Varanasi Cantonment station 8 March 2006

The hunt continues for those behind Tuesday's bomb attacks, which killed at least 14 in the Indian holy city of Varanasi.

Indian troops patrol Varanasi station 8 March 2006

Troops patrolled the city's Cantonment train station, site of one of the two bombings.

Officers outside Sankat Mochan temple 8 march 2006

Other security staff stood watch outside the Sankat Mochan temple, rocked by a blast around sunset.

Indian Railway Protection Special Forces (RPSF) officials patrol a platform at Delhi Railway Station 08 March 2006

In Delhi, security officials searched rail passengers amid fears of more attacks.

Indian security official, Delhi Railway Station, 8 March 2006

Passengers were checked as trains pulled in to Delhi station. Authorities are afraid the blasts may stoke religious tensions.

Bajrang Dal supporters, Delhi, 8 March 2006

Hindu nationalist activists gathered in Delhi to protest at the bombings.

Women look at the temple blast site in Varanasi

People are shocked in Varanasi, which has a reputation for religious tolerance.

Varanasi Cantonment station on Tuesday 7 March 2006  (Picture: Serena Bowles)

Investigators spent the night searching for clues. It is not clear who carried out the attacks. Picture: Serena Bowles





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