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18 July 2011 Last updated at 03:53 GMT / bbc.co.uk.
Wednesday's attacks were the deadliest in India since 2008.
Police in the Indian city of Mumbai (Bombay) have launched an investigation into the death of a man who was called in for questioning about deadly blasts in the city last week.
Fayaz Usmani died in hospital early on Sunday, hours after he complained of feeling unwell during his questioning.
His family suspects foul play, but police deny allegations of torture, saying he died of a heart attack.
Wednesday's three explosions killed 19 people and injured dozens.
The attacks were the deadliest in India since 2008, when gunmen killed 165 people in a three-day raid in Mumbai.
No group has said it planted the bombs but suspicion among some officials and analysts has fallen on the Indian Mujahideen, a group which has claimed to have carried out similar attacks in the past.
On Saturday afternoon, Mr Usmani was picked up by police for questioning about the blasts.
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