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In pictures: Jaipur blasts aftermath

A policeman patrols on a motor bike at a market in the old city in Jaipur on May 14 2008

A curfew has been imposed in the old city in Jaipur in western India after a series of bomb blasts killed 63 and left about 200 wounded.

People drive past Jaipur's landmark Hawa Mahal before the curfew in the old city area in Jaipur on May 14, 2008

The bombs went off near historic monuments in the Rajasthani capital, such as the Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds).

A woman watches from the window of her house the bomb blast site in Jaipur on May 14, 2008

After the curfew, people stayed indoors. The old city was deserted apart from journalists and policemen.

Indian devotees offer prayers at Hanuman temple, one of the sites of bomb blasts, in Jaipur on May 14, 2008

Devotees returned to pray at one temple which had been targeted in the bombings, but left when police cordoned off the old city.

Fire force personnel spray water to clean up blood stains at a site where one of the bomb blasts took place in Jaipur, May 14, 2008

Firemen hosed down blood stains at the blasts sites. Eight bombs went off in the heart of Jaipur in the space of 20 minutes. It is not clear who is behind the attack.

Muslims carry one of the dead in a blast for burial in Jaipur,  May 14, 2008

Meanwhile, funerals for those who were killed have begun. The blasts happened in areas where both Hindus and Muslims live.

A man mourns for his dead father who died in the blast

Here, a man who survived mourns his father. Authorities fear the death toll may rise as many injured are in a critical condition.

Relatives grieving outside a crematorium in Jaipur

There have been heart-rending scenes as relatives grieve outside crematoriums in the city where funerals have taken place.

Broken bangles lie scattered at the scene of a blast in Jaipur, May 14, 2008

At one blast site, brightly coloured glass bangles, some broken, others intact, and shoes abandoned by victims still lie on the road.



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