J M Road blasts accused remanded
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A special MCOCA remanded Saturday seven accused of the Pune blasts of August 1 in police custody till January 17. They were produced before the court by the state anti-terrorism squad, which is probing the case. The three low-intensity blasts on J M Road last year had injured three people. Public prosecutor Raja Thakre said, "The accused will be in custody in Mumbai, not Pune."