HYDERABAD, India At least 10 people were killed and 50 injured Thursday in a pair of explosions in crowded areas of the southern Indian city of Hyderabad, an official said.
Federal Home Secretary R.K. Singh said police were trying to determine the cause of the explosions. He spoke to reporters in New Delhi, the Indian capital.
The blasts occurred about 10 minutes apart outside a movie theater and a bus station, police said.
Television images showed the injured being taken to nearby hospitals. The areas were cordoned off by police as panic spread.
The last major bomb attack in India was a September 2011 blast outside the high court in New Delhi that killed 13 people.