Investigating agencies collecting samples a day after the twin blast occurred at Dilsukhnagar in Hyderabad. (PTI)
Terror revisited Hyderabad on Thursday as two powerful bombs ripped through a busy street junction in the Dilsukhnagar area of Hyderabad during the evening rush hour, killing at least 16 people and injuring at least 119.
A man holds an injured person as he sits near the source of a bomb blast in Hyderabad. (AP)
Seen here a relative reacts following the blasts. (PTI)
Sujatha wails after seeing her husband Venkateshwarulu's body (unseen) killed in the blast. (AP)
Women arrive at the bomb blast site desperately looking for their relatives in Hyderabad. (PTI)
The twin blast in Hyderabad has left more than 114 injured, 6 of which are crical. (Reuters)
Doctors attend to the victims injured during twin bomb blasts in Hyderabad. (Reuters)
Doctors treat a victim who was injured during the twin bomb blast in Hyderabad. (Reuters)
A victim who was injured during a bomb blast is carried on a wheel chair at a hospital. (AP)
A victim injured during a bomb blast lies on a stretcher at a hospital. (Reuters)
Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh N Kiran Kumar Reddy visits bomb blast site in Hyderabad. (PTI)
Azghar Ali cries after identifying the body of his relative killed in the Hyderabad bomb blast, outside the mortuary of a Government hospital.
Terror revisited Hyderabad on Thursday as two powerful bombs ripped through a busy street junction in the Dilsukhnagar area of the city during the evening rush hour, killing at least 14 people and injuring at least 119, of which six are critical. (IE Photo: Harsha Vadlamani)
The bombs were kept in tiffin boxes inside rexine bags that were placed on bicycles parked outside two popular cinema halls, Venkatadri and Konark, where new films are released. (IE Photo: Harsha Vadlamani)
Hyderabad was last targeted on August 25, 2007, when two near-simultaneous explosions killed 42 people and injured more than 50. Those explosions took place at Lumbini amusement park and Gokul Chat Bhandar. (IE Photo: Harsha Vadlamani)