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In pictures: India train blasts

Flames engulf the Samjhauta Express

It was night-time when the Pakistan-bound Samjhauta Express was hit by explosions and engulfed in flames.

Rescuers flock to the scene of the fire

Fellow passengers pulled victims from the carriages as rescuers rushed to the scene.

Police stand guard at the scene of the burnt train

Hours later, the full extent of the destruction was becoming apparent as rescuers searched the wreckage.

A policeman investigates the inside of one of the burned out train compartments

Indian police combed the scene as officials in Delhi condemned the blasts as an act of terror.

Destruction caused by India train bomb

Initial investigations suggest that the explosives were hidden in suitcases.

Wreckage from train bomb

One witness heard the screams of passengers trapped inside a carriage, unable to get out.

Police enter the train

The burnt-out carriages are now being forensically examined.

An Indian police personnel from Haryana helps Pakistani injured man Kamruddin, 60, from Multan, as he lies on a bed

Many of the injured were taken to local hospitals in Panipat where police stepped in to help.

Unidentified men look for relatives in a morgue in Panipat

Relatives faced the grim task of searching for loved ones among the more than 60 dead.

Anxious relatives scour a list of injured passengers at Delhi's main train station

In Delhi's main railway station, frantic relatives were desperate for any news.

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