After train explosions on Monday killed 68 passengers, an anti-terror protest was organized in Kolkata, India.
A boy holds a placard during a protest in Kolkata condemning the blasts on the Samjhauta Express train on February 19, 2007. Two bombs exploded aboard a train bound from India to Pakistan, sparking a fire that killed at least 66 passengers on Monday in what the Indian government called an act of terrorism. (Hindustan)
Congress Party activists carry banners while taking part in a demonstration in Kolkata. India has questioned a suspect and launched a manhunt for two more about blasts that killed 68 on a trans-border train as peace talks with Islamabad went ahead amid high security for all Pakistan-bound transport. (Yahoo)
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Meanwhile, police on Tuesday said 35 people had been interrogated in connection with the blasts aboard the Samjhauta Express that killed 68. Police are still investigating who was behind the terror attacks.
Indian Congress Party activists take part in a condolence gathering in Kolkata. Indian police questioned a Pakistani man about blasts that killed 68 on a cross-border train as a top official arrived from Islamabad to push ahead peace talks despite the carnage.(AFP/Deshakalyan Chowdhury)