Six men arrested by Delhi police over India attacks
Police in the Indian capital Delhi say they have arrested six people in connection with a series of countrywide attacks last year.
The men belong to the Indian Mujahideen group which has been blamed for dozens of bomb attacks throughout India, the police said.
A Pakistani man, suspected to have links to the outlawed radical group Jaish-e-Muhammad, is also being held.
Police say they are seeking another man in connection with the blasts.
The six men, who were detained in Delhi, Bihar and Chennai, are "all members of the Indian Mujahideen terror modules", a statement issued by the Delhi police said.
The men were suspected of involvement in the attacks last year on a bakery in the western city of Pune, a stadium in the southern city of Bangalore and a shooting incident near Delhi's Jama Masjid mosque, the statement said.
Rifles, cartridges, pistols and explosive material had been seized, it added.
The blast at the German bakery in Pune in February 2010 killed 17 people and injured 56. It was the first major bombing in India after the 2008 Mumbai attacks.
At least eight people were injured when a bomb exploded outside a cricket stadium in Bangalore in April last year.
And two foreign tourists were injured after gunmen on a motorcycle opened fire on a bus near the Jama Masjid mosque, a popular tourist site, in Delhi last September.
The United States has put the Indian Mujahideen on its list of foreign terrorist organisations, saying that the group was responsible for dozens of bomb attacks throughout India in the last six years.