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The injured have been rushed to various hospitals by ambulances and police and bomb disposal squads swung into action and began searches.
There were reports that the bomb blast could be heard two to three kms away from the site of the explosion.
Sources in the state-run Osmania General Hospital said of the around 30 injured people admitted some of them were in a serious condition. They said three bodies were received brought dead.
Official sources said 14 blast victims were admitted to private Yashoda hospital at Malakpet. In another private hospital, 18 injured persons were admitted.
S A Huda, Additional DGP (law and order) said the bomb blasts occurred at two places both in the Dilsukhnagar area falling within the Cyberabad Commissionerate.
Terrible scenes were seen at the hospital as blood soaked injured persons, some of them grievously, being treated and their relatives wailing.
Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy and Home Minister P Sabita Reddy also rushed to the spot.
The Dilsukhnagar area witnessed a blast in 2002 near a famous Saibaba temple in which two persons were killed and over 20 injured.
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