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-- a desperate search for suspects is going on in India right now security forces are sifting through evidence in yesterday's.
Triple bombing that -- to the country's financial capital Mumbai.
A top government minister says investigators are looking into every known hostile group -- so far.
No arrest national correspondent Catherine -- is following this story for us from Washington and has -- very latest hi Catherine.
-- -- -- -- there on this morning Indian officials saying that they have no claim of responsibility they'd have no serious investigative leads.
And also that there was no intelligence warning that the attack would take place.
Meanwhile US officials here in Washington described this attack as quote coordinated and during the hallmarks of a sophisticated operation.
A senate source tells fox -- the Indian mujahideen who want is on to dominate -- way of life -- suspect.
But the group is traditionally poorly organized and probably had outside help possibly from Pakistani intelligence.
But with the dramatic attack like this obviously coordinated over three locations.
It took money and it took planning and that always raises the Specter of the ISI in Pakistan.
And this morning -- evidence suggests that the bombs were planted at a bus shelter also on a motorcycle.
And near a parked car this really shows.
That these devices were designed to cause maximum casualties.
And they all went off within a span of that fifteen minutes and again this simultaneous nature of the attacks is a signature of terrorism Heather.
And they did their jobs and what Catherine what is this attack mean for the US.
Well look immediately here in Washington the focus went right back to three years ago and these attacks in Mumbai.
That was that was a series of attacks that that was orchestrated by ten Pakistani militants.
Who are armed simply with cell -- handguns and backpacks with explosives analysts here say that if this latest attack causes friction between India and Pakistan.
That could be serious trouble for the US let's listen.
If the attack.
Were calls to try to provoke a crisis between -- in Pakistan that would have major implications for the United States we do not want to see those two countries.
Go into another crisis and perhaps -- -- a war which they've done three times in the past.
-- secretary of state Hillary Clinton still plans to go to India next week that had been previously planned but that trip is going -- -- -- thank you very much national correspondent Catherine Herridge reporting points.
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