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Tibetan Among Delhi Blast Casualties
Phayul[Tuesday, September 16, 2008 17:41]
Dharamshala September 15 – A Tibetan man is among the injured in the recent serial bomb blasts in the Indian capital, reports a Tibetan radio service. Tsering (named changed), a Tibetan resident of Samye Ling Tibetan colony of Majnu Ka Tilla in Delhi was at Connaught Place at the time of the blasts.

Tsering is admitted to Ram Manohar Lohia hospital in New Delhi. Dhondup (name changed), a friend of Tsering who is attending him told the radio service that Tsering is having difficulty to talk.

Doctors say that some damage has been done to his intestine though there is no threat to life, Dhondup told the radio service.

Serial bomb blasts were reported from Connaught Place, Great Kailash and Karol Bagh areas, where many Tibetan hangout for business and leisure purposes.

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