Mumbai's terror track record: nine major attacks in two decades

By , Staff writer

2006 train bombings blamed on Pakistani intelligence

In July 2006, seven blasts in separate locations on local trains killed 186 people. Indian officials blamed the attacks on Pakistan-based militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba and domestic group Students Islamic Movement of India and said they were acting on behalf of Pakistani intelligence agency Inter-Services Intelligence (a claim that Pakistan denied), according to a BBC report from 2006.

The incident brought Indian-Pakistani relations to a low point, with Pakistan furious with India for placing blame on the Pakistani government.

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