Terror Tuesday's Economic Toll

Although the tragedy highlights concerns about India's investment potential, the overall financial outlook remains bright

Slide Show >>

The scenes were as grisly as they were tragic. In the space of just 11 minutes during the evening rush hour, seven bombs exploded in first-class carriages of commuter trains in Bombay, India's bustling financial capital. Charred bodies lay where they had been thrown on twisted railway tracks and in mangled train carriages. As police investigated the attacks, medics carried away survivors on stretchers. All told, the bombs killed about 183 people and injured more than 700.

To continue reading this article you must be a Bloomberg Professional Service Subscriber.