Multiple bomb blasts rocked the South Indian city of Bangalore today.
Early reports suggest that at leastÂ twoÂ peopleÂ were killedÂ and several others injured.
Seven low intensity bombs exploded in crowded areas across the city.
The blasts occurred in the areas of Madiwala, Nayanadhalli, Adugudi, Rajaram Circle, Anepallya and Ashok Nagar.
Capital of the South Indian state of Karnataka, Bangalore is known as the Garden City and IT hub of India.
Serial Blasts rocked Ahmedabad the very next day after the Bangalore blasts….
I lived in Mumbai. Once serial blasts occurred in the local trains and the very next day life returned to normal.People were traveling as though nothing had happened. Such is the struggle for the daily earning, people in India have seemed to forgotten what fear is..I wonder how the panic would have been like if a similar situation occurred in the US or other European Nations.
You write above: I wonder how the panic would have been like if a similar situation occurred in the US or other European Nations.
We did experience a tragic incident on 9/11. Because of the panic and fear, some poor souls jumped out of the twin towers. The authorities in NYC (Fire Dept, Police and Health System) as well as a lot of civilians responded remarkably well to the attack.
Any attack on innocent civilians is tragic, wherever they may be.