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Last Updated: Wednesday, 12 July 2006, 11:19 GMT 12:19 UK
In pictures: Mumbai blasts aftermath

Commuters survey wreckage at Mahim station

Commuters faced scenes of wreckage as they set off the morning after seven co-ordinated blasts hit Mumbai's rail network during the evening rush-hour.

A woman breaks down after hearing her husband died (12/07)

Some received news of lost loved ones after an agonising overnight wait.

Injured survivor moved at Bhabha hospital

Hundreds of injured are being treated in 31 hospitals around the city, police say.

A victim of the trains blasts is moved from the mortuary of Bhabha hospital

Mortuary workers faced sad tasks with the dead numbering more than 180.

Fragment of human skull found in train wreckage

Poignant reminders of the victims - like this fragment of skull - were found among the debris.

Relatives look at list of dead and injured at a Mumbai hospital

Anxious relatives scoured lists of the names of dead and injured at hospitals.

Commuters travel on a local train on Wednesday morning

Most of the city's suburban trains are back on schedule, but many commuters are travelling by bus instead.

Railway workers clear bombed train at Khar, Mumbai

Railway staff worked overnight to clear the mangled wreckage from the train lines and stations hit in the attacks.

Pictures from Khar explosion

The entire rail network was suspended on Tuesday. Stranded passengers faced a difficult journey home - some slept in schools and colleges.






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