According to various reports from Reuters and Rediff.com, nine bomb blasts have rattled Bangalore, which hosts offices of some of the technology industry’s biggest players- Texas Instruments, Intel, Qualcomm, Infosys, SAP…

Low intensity blasts in a span of one hour in six different places rocked the IT capital of India on Friday afternoon in which two people died and several others were injured. While the first seven blasts took place between 1.30-2.30 pm, the eighth blast took place at Hosaguddahalli, near Gopalan Mall, on Mysore road at around 5.30 pm and the ninth blast took place near the R V Engineering College on Mysore Road at 6.30 pm. The Bengaluru police have termed it as an act of terror.

Om Malik notes that these attacks are likely to reverberate through Silicon Valley. Beefed up security procedures will probably follow and companies with operations offshore will probably have to review their business continuity plans. It will probably also accelerate diversification away from the city…

In any case, I do hope all of my colleagues, people I have dealt with and reader over there are fine.
I would love to hear updates from anyone reading this post…

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One Comment to “Bangalore Serial Bomb Blasts”

  1. BangaloreGuy | August 10th, 2008 at 1:06 pm

    No problem Here Everything Fine.
    More Terror more strong we will be
    Rising India.