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List of terrorist incidents in India

Date Incident Fatalities Injured


Status of
case(Arrests
made/ Cracked/
Verdict given)
August 2,
1984
Meenambakkam bomb blast
[1]
30 25 Verdict given
July 7,
1987
1987 Punjab killings
[2]
36

June 15,
1991
1991 Punjab killings
[3]
90

March 12,
1993
1993 Bombay bombings
[4][5]
259 713 verdict given
December
30, 1996
Brahmaputra Mail train bombing 33

February
14, 1998
1998 Coimbatore bombings 58 200+ verdict given
December
22, 2000
2000 terrorist attack on Red Fort
[6]
3

verdict given
October 1,
2001
2001 Jammu and Kashmir legislative assembly
attack
38

December
13, 2001
2001 Indian Parliament attack in New Delhi 7

verdict given
May 13,
2002
2002 Jaunpur train crash
[7]
12 80

December
6, 2002
2002 Mumbai bus bombing
[8]
2

List of terrorist incidents in India
Date Incident Fatalities Injured
Status of
case(Arrests
made/ Cracked/
Verdict given)
December
21, 2002
Kurnool train crash 20 80

September
10, 2002
Rafiganj train disaster 130

September
24, 2002
Terrorists attack the Akshardham temple in
Gujarat
31

January 27,
2003
2003 Mumbai bombing
[9]
1

March 13,
2003
A terrorist bomb attack on a commuter train in
Mumbai
[10]

11

July 28,
2003
2003 Mumbai bus bombing
[11]
4 32

August 25,
2003
25 August 2003 Mumbai bombings 52

July 28,
2005
2005 Jaunpur train bombing
[12]
13 50

October 29,
2005
29 October 2005 Delhi bombings: Three
powerful serial blasts in New Delhi at different
places just two days before
the Hindu festival Deepawali
[13]

70

March 7,
2006
2006 Varanasi bombings: Three synchronized
terrorist attacks in Varanasi in Shri
Sankatmochan Mandir and Varanasi
Cantonment Railway Station
[14]

21

List of terrorist incidents in India
Date Incident Fatalities Injured
Status of
case(Arrests
made/ Cracked/
Verdict given)
July 11,
2006
2006 Mumbai train bombings: Series of 7 train
bombing during the evening rush hour
in Mumbai
209

September
8, 2006
2006 Malegaon bombings: Series of bomb
blasts in the vicinity of a mosque
in Malegaon, Maharashtra
37 125

February
18, 2007
2007 Samjhauta Express bombings 68

May 18,
2007
Mecca Masjid bombing: At least 13 people were
killed, including 4 killed by the Indian police in
the rioting that followed, in the bombing
at Mecca Masjid, Hyderabad that took place
during the Friday prayers
13

August 25,
2007
25 August 2007 Hyderabad bombings - Two
blasts in Hyderabad's Lumbini park and Gokul
Chat.
42

October 11,
2007
One blast at a shrine of a Sufi Muslim saint in
the town of Ajmer
[15]

3

October 14,
2007
One blast in a movie theater in the town
of Ludhiana on the Muslim holy day of Eid ul-
Fitr
[16]

6

November
24, 2007
A series of near-simultaneous explosions at
courthouse complexes in the cities
of Lucknow, Varanasi, andFaizabad
[17]

16

January 1,
2008
Terror attack on CRPF camp in Rampur, Uttar
Pradesh by Lashkar-e-Taiba,
[18]

8 5

List of terrorist incidents in India
Date Incident Fatalities Injured
Status of
case(Arrests
made/ Cracked/
Verdict given)
May 13,
2008
Jaipur bombings: 9 bomb blasts along 6 areas
in Jaipur
63

July 25,
2008
2008 Bangalore serial blasts: 8 low intensity
bomb blasts in Bangalore
2 20 arrests made
July 26,
2008
2008 Ahmedabad blasts: 17 serial bomb blasts
in Ahmedabad
29 110 arrests made
September
13, 2008
13 September 2008 Delhi bombings: 5 bomb
blasts in Delhi markets
21 110

September
27, 2008
27 September 2008 Delhi blast: Bombings at
Mehrauli area, 2 bomb blasts in Delhi flower
market
1 17

September
29, 2008
29 September 2008 western India bombings:
10 killed and 80 injured in bombings in
Maharashtra (including Malegaon) and Gujarat
bomb blasts
10 80

October 1,
2008
2008 Agartala bombings 4 100

October 21,
2008
2008 Imphal bombing 17 40

October 30,
2008
2008 Assam bombings 77 300

November
26, 2008
2008 Mumbai attacks
[19][20]
171 239 verdict given
List of terrorist incidents in India
Date Incident Fatalities Injured
Status of
case(Arrests
made/ Cracked/
Verdict given)
January 1,
2009
2009 Guwahati bombings
[21]
6 67

April 6,
2009
2009 Assam bombings
[22]
7 62

February
13, 2010
2010 Pune bombing
[23]
17 60

December
7, 2010
2010 Varanasi bombing
[24]
1 20

July 13,
2011
2011 Mumbai bombings 26 130

September
7, 2011
2011 Delhi bombing
[25]
12 76

February
13, 2012
2012 attacks on Israeli diplomats 0 4

August 1,
2012
2012 Pune bombings 0 1

February
21, 2013
2013 Hyderabad blasts 16 119

March 13,
2013
March 2013 Srinagar attack 7 10

17 April
2013
2013 Bangalore blast

16

List of terrorist incidents in India
Date Incident Fatalities Injured
Status of
case(Arrests
made/ Cracked/
Verdict given)
25 May
2013
2013 Naxal attack in Darbha valley 28 32

24 June
2013
June 2013 Srinagar attack 8 19

7 July 2013 July 2013 Maoist attack in Dumka 5

7 July 2013 Bodh Gaya bombings

5

27 October
2013
2013 Patna bombings 5 66

1 May 2014 2014 Chennai train bombing 1 14

The Palar Blast was a landmine attack on 9 April 1993 in Karnataka, India. The attack,
organized by the Forest Brigand Veerappan, killed 22 people, making it the deadliest explosive
attack in Karnataka during the 20th century.
17 August 2008 Mangalore Church Attack . Hindu extremist group Bajrang Dal was behind this.

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1. 2014 Chennai train bombing

The Guwahati bound train from Bangalore, Guwahati-Bangalore Express was scheduled to arrive
at Chennai around 05:30 AM IST. But it had arrived late around 07:05 AM IST. While the train was
stationed at Platform 9 of the railway station, two bombs had blasted at the junction of S4 and S5
coaches at 07:15 AM IST.
[2][3]
On hearing the explosion, panicked passengers had rushed out of the
train
[1]
One of the bombs had exploded under the seat of the 24 year old deceased woman.
[4]

With the 24-year-old female dead has been identified as Swathi Parachuri, employed with Tata
Consultancy Services (TCS) in Bangalore, and was travelling to her home town Guntur in Andhra
Pradesh, five passengers of the injured fourteen were admitted in serious condition in the Rajiv
Gandhi General Hospital.
[5][6]

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2. 2013 Patna bombings
On the morning of 27 October 2013, the first bomb exploded at Patna Junction railway station at
around 10:00 , while two unexploded bombs were recovered by bomb disposal personnel. The
second bomb exploded at 12:10, while the third bomb exploded at 12:25, both near Gandhi Maidan,
where the Bharatiya Janata Partys Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi was supposed to
hold a rally in the lead-up to the Indian general election, 2014 a couple of hours later. There were
five other blasts from which three bombs exploded in and out of the Gandhi Maidan area, one
exploded near a cinema hall and another close to the Twin Tower building complex in Patna.
[8][9]

The chronology of the bombings were:
[10]

09:30 Sulabh Sauchalaya
11:40 near Udyog Bhawan
12:05 near eastern side of Regent Cinema
12:10 near Mohandas Gandhi Statue at Gandhi Maidan
12:15 near Twin Towers of Southern Periphery of Gandhi Maidan
12:20 near State Bank of India (west Gandhi Maidan)
12:25 near Childrens Park (North-western side)
13:35 Modi started his speech.
17:15 inside Gandhi Maidan
Railway station[edit]
A crude bomb exploded on an isolated place on platform 10 of Patna Junction railway station. One
person who sustained injuries in this blast died. According to Railway Protection Force, the
explosion took place at a paid toilet within the station. Two more homemade bombs were
defused.
[11]
According to Union ministry, one of the two crude bombs placed had a timer attached to
it.
[12]

Gandhi Maidan[edit]


Gandhi Maidan was the venue of Narendra Modi's rally
Later that day, five more low intensity blasts took place in Gandhi Maidan, where the pre-election
rally of Narendra Modi was taking place. Several people were injured in these blasts.
[11]
One more
blast took place in Elphinstine cinema hall near the Gandhi Maidan, injuring six people.
[13]
One more
unexploded bomb was found below the dais where Narendra Modi had spoken in the rally,
[1]
which
has been defused. The eighth bomb exploded around 5 PM on the same day, which was believed to
be hidden under garbage.
[1]

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3. Bodh Gaya bombings
The Mahabodhi Mahavihara is an important temple for Buddhists worldwide.
[10]
The bombs exploded
between 05:30 and 06:00 IST(00:3001:00 UTC), concurrently with the Sutta
chanting and meditation which begin the daily routine of the mahavihara.
[11][12][13]

Four of the blasts occurred within the Mahabodhi Temple complex:
[12]

The first bomb exploded at 5:30 IST, during prayers in the temple sanctuary.
About two minutes later a bomb exploded on the east side of the complex, at the Animesh
Lochna Temple. Wooden bookshelves, stacked with Buddhist scriptures, were damaged by this
blast.
A third bomb exploded on the south side of the complex, at the Butter Lamp House. This blast
damaged the Bodhgaya Temple Management Committee (BTMC) ambulance parked there.
A fourth bomb exploded on the north side of the complex, inside a small shrine; however, an
image of the Buddha in the shrine was unaffected by the blast.
Five blasts occurred in Gaya, within a 500-metre radius of the Mahabodhi Temple complex:
[12][14]

A small bomb exploded at an 80-foot (24 m) statue of the Buddha.
Three bombs exploded at the Tergar (Tibetan)
[15]
Monastery. One bomb was placed behind the
door of a classroom where children study Buddhism. The windows and classroom doors were
damaged; there were no injuries, since the children were on holiday.
[16]

One bomb exploded on a bus parked at the Sujata bypass.
Indian Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde said on 8 July that there were ten blasts, not nine as
earlier reported;
[17]
it was unclear where the tenth bomb detonated.
[3][17][18]
Despite the blasts, BTMC
monks opened the main sanctuary of the temple for routine prayer and rituals.
[12]

Bomb-disposal squads defused three more bombs,
[4]
which did not explode because the analog
timers in them failed. The bomb-detection team separated the detonator from the power source to
defuse these bombs:
[19]

A cylinder bomb at the Tergar monastery
Another bomb near the 80-foot statue of the Buddha
A third bomb was found during the afternoon, near the Royal Residence Hotel in the village of
Baiju Bigaha.
Three pamphlets, handwritten in Urdu, were reportedly found with the defused bombs. Code words
in two of the pamphlets seemed to describe the locations where the bombs would be planted, while
the third pamphlet included the phrase "Revenge for Iraq".
[20][21]

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4. June 2013 Srinagar attack
June 2013 Srinagar attack
Location Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India
Date 24 June 2013
4.30 pm (IST)
Target Army convoy
Attack type
shooting
Deaths 8 Jawans
Non-fatal injuries
19
Perpetrators Hizbul Mujahideen
[1]

Defenders Indian Army and CRPF
The attack took place in Hyderpura when Army trucks were travelling from Leh on Baramullah-
Jammu National highway.
[3]
The attack came as a day ahead of Prime Minister Manmohan
Singh visit to the Srinagar.
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5. 2013 Hyderabad blasts
Location Dilsukhnagar,
Hyderabad, India
Coordinates 17.360106N 78.473427E
Date 21 February 2013
18:58 and 19:01 (IST(UTC+5.30))
Attack type
Serial blast
Weapons Improvised explosive devices
[1]

Deaths 17
[2]

Non-fatal injuries
119
[3]

Suspected perpetrators
Indian Mujahideen
[4][5]

The first bomb went off at Anand Tiffins, located opposite Konark Theatre at around
19:02 IST (UTC+05:30). The second bomb went off at 19:06 IST between Venkatadri Theatre
and Dilsukhnagar Bus Stand.
[11]
According to the Hyderabad Police, the bombs were placed on
bicycles.
[12]
Andhra Pradesh's Director General of Police noted that Improvised Explosive
Devices (IEDs) had been used in the two blasts to cause maximum damage.
[1]
The blasts killed 17
people, which included at least three college students
[13]
and at least 119 injured.
[14]
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6. 2011 Delhi bombing
Location Sher Shah Road, New Delhi,Delhi, India
Coordinates
28.6090N 77.2362ECoordinates:
28.6090N 77.2362E
Date 7 September 2011
10:14 IST (UTC+05:30)
Attack type
Bombings
Weapons Improvised explosive devicesmade
with Ammonium nitrate, Neogel-90
Deaths 17
[1]

Non-fatal
injuries
76
[2]

Perpetrators HuJI,
[3]

Indian Mujahideen
Suspected
perpetrators
Sikh extremists (IB and Delhi
Police intelligence reports),
[4]

The blast took place at 10:14 IST on 7 September 2011. Explosives were placed in a briefcase at
the high court reception where hundreds of people throng every day to attend court cases, home
secretary R.K. Singh said to reporters.
[2]
According to the special secretary in the Home Ministry, two
kilos of explosives were used, with ammonium nitrate and PETN to cause considerable damage
even though used in a small amount.
[8]
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7. 2011 Mumbai bombings
Location Opera House
Zaveri Bazaar
Dadar
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Coordinates
18.96N 72.82ECoordinates: 18.96N
72.82E
Date Wednesday, 13 July 2011
18:54 19:06 IST
[1]
(UTC+05:30)
Attack type
Improvised explosive devices
Deaths 26
[2][3]

Non-fatal
injuries
130
[4]

Perpetrators 3
he first device was planted on a motorcycle at Khau Gali in south Mumbai's Zaveri Bazaar and
exploded at 18:54 local time. The second device, planted in a tiffin box
[7]
outside Prasad Chambers
and Panchratna Building, in the Opera House area on Charni Road, exploded at 18:55, the area of
workplaces of 5,000-6,000 people connected with the diamond-trade industry.
[8]
The third device
was placed on an electric pole at the Dr Antonio Da Silva High School bus stand near Kabutar
Khana in Dadar area and exploded at 19:06.
[9][10]
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8. 2010 Varanasi bombing
Location Varanasi, India
Date 7 December 2010
18:20 IST (UTC+05:30)
Target Sheetla Ghat
Attack type
Bombing
Deaths 2
Non-fatal injuries
37
Perpetrators Indian Mujahideen
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9. 2010 Pune bombing
Location German Bakery, Pune, India
Coordinates
183222.67N735313.82ECoordinates:
183222.67N 735313.82E
Date 13 February 2010
19:15 IST (13:30 UTC)
[1]
(UTC+5:30)
Attack type
Bombing
Weapons Improvised explosive device (IED)
Deaths 17
[2][3][4]

Non-fatal
injuries
54+
[5]

Perpetrators Lashkar-e-Taiba al-Almi;
[6]
SIMI International;
Mujahideen Islami Muslim Front
[7]

Suspected
perpetrators
Indian Mujahideen,
[8]
Lashkar-e-Taiba
[9]


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10. 2009 Guwahati bombings

Location Guwahati, Assam, India
Date 1 January 2009 (+ 5:30)
Attack type
suicide bombing
Deaths 6
[1]

Non-fatal injuries
67
[2]

Perpetrators ULFA

Police confirmed that first blast took place near Lokopriya Gopinath Bordoloi TB Hospital at Birubari
at 2.35pm, injuring five people, including a 10-year-old child. Another blast at the busy Bhootnath
market near the famous Kamakhya Temple, killed two people instaneously and injured at least 25
others. Police said that a bomb was placed on a bicycle.
[2]
Incidentally, P Chidambaram was to pass
Bhootnath on his way from the airport.
[4]

The third blast occurred outside a Big Bazaar retail outlet at Bhangagarh, a commercial area
near Guwahati Medical College (GMCH), at 5.45 pm. Bhangagarh is one of the poshest areas in
Guwahati and is home to many shopping malls.
[3]
Three of the 34 people injured in the blast
succumbed to their injuries in hospital. Police suspected that the bomb was kept inside a pan shop
in the area.
[2]
Another person died in the hospital making the death toll 6.
[1]

All three blasts were low intensity, carried using Improvised explosive devices (IED). Police say that
the a biker placed the first bomb in a dustbin, the second one was placed on a cycle and third on the
roadside. The second blast was the most powerful one. The third blast ignited a fire due to its
proximity to a kerosene source.
[4]

The injured were admitted to the GMCH and Mahendra Mohan Choudhury Hospital (MMCH) and are
reported to be in critical condition.
[4]

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11. 2008 Mumbai attacks
Date 26 November 2008 29 November 2008
(IST,UTC+05:30)
Attack type
Bombings, shootings, hostage crisis,
[1]
siege
Deaths Approximately 164 (including 10 attackers, 1
attacker captured and later executed)
[2]

Non-fatal
injuries
More than 600
[2]

Perpetrators Lashkar-e-Taiba, later confirmed by the
Pakistani Governmen
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12. 2008 Imphal bombing
Location Imphal, Manipur, India
Date 21 October 2008
19:30 (UTC+05:30)
Attack type
Bike bomb
Weapons Crude bomb
Deaths 17
[1]

Non-fatal
injuries
40+
[2]

Perpetrators Kangleipak Communist Party(Military
Council)
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13. September 2008 Delhi bombings
Location Delhi, India
Coordinates 28.6N 77.2E
Date 13 September 2008
18:07 18:38 IST (UTC+05:30)
Attack type
Bombings
Weapons Ammonium nitrate-based bombs tied to
integrated circuits with timers
Deaths 30
[1]

Non-fatal injuries
130
[2]

Suspected
perpetrators
Indian Mujahideen
Motive Retaliation against perceived persecution
of Muslims
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13. 2008 Bangalore serial blasts
It was initially reported that three blasts took place at around 1:30 pm IST.
[6][7]
Later reports indicated
that four low-intensity blasts occurred: One at Nayandahalli (1:30 PM IST), two in Madiwala (at
1:50 pm IST), and the last in Adugodi (2:10 pm). Other blasts were reported from areas including
the Mallya hospital, Langford Road and Richmond Circle.
[4]
The Madiwala blast took place at a check
post, behind The Forum, a popular shopping mall in Bangalore.
It has been reported that gelatin sticks were used in the bombs. Police indicated that all bombs
had timer devices attached to them and that mobile phones were used to trigger the bombs.
[8]
The
blasts were low-intensity but occurred in crowded areas.
[9]

1st blast: 1.20 pm, Madiwala bus depot
2nd blast: 1.25 pm, Mysore road
3rd blast: 1.40 pm, Adugodi
4th blast: 2.10 pm, Koramangala
5th blast: 2.25 pm, Vittal Mallya road
6th blast: 2.35 pm, Langford Town
7th blast: Richmond Tow
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14. Jaipur bombings
Location Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
Coordinates 26.9260N 75.8235E
Date 13 May 2008
19:30 (UTC+5:30)
Attack type
Bicycle bombs, ammonium nitrate, RDX
Deaths 80
[1]

Non-fatal injuries
216
Perpetrators Indian Mujahideen (claimed responsibility)
Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami(suspected)
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15. 25 August 2007 Hyderabad bombings
Location Hyderabad, India, 17.360106N
78.473427E
Date 25 August 2007
19:45 and 19:50 (IST(UTC+5.30))
Target Lumbini Amusement Park, and Gokul
Chat Bhandar
Attack type
Bombing
Weapons Improvised explosive devicesmade
with Ammonium nitrate,Neogel-90
Deaths 42
Non-fatal injuries
54
Suspected
perpetrators
Harkat-ul-Jehadi Islami
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