23 June 1985
Air India Flight 182 was an Air India flight operating on the Montreal-London-Delhi-Bombay route. On 23 June 1985 the Boeing 747-237B operating on the route was bombed over Irish airspace, killing all onboard. Until 11 September 2001, the Air India bombing was the single deadliest terrorist attack involving aircraft. It remains to this day the largest mass murder in Canadian history. This act was taken responsibility by Babbar Khalsa known as being a hardcore terrorist group which was and still is banned in Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Germany, and India in 1985.
The incident occurred within an hour of the Narita Airport Bombing. The plane, a Boeing 747-237B (c/n 21473/330, reg VT-EFO) named Emperor Kanishka exploded at an altitude of 31,000 feet (9500 m), crashing into the Atlantic Ocean killing all 329 people on board, of whom 280 were Canadian citizens and 22 were Indian nationals
1991 May 21
1991 May 21: Former Indian prime minister Rajiv Gandhi assassinated in a bomb blast believed to be the work of Sri Lankan Tamil terrorists belonging to the LTTE. This is also the first time that the suicide vest is used by any terrorist group
1993 March 12
1993India, March 12: Mumbai car bombings leave 257 dead with 1,400 others injured
1993 March 17
1993India, March 17: A bomb blast in Calcutta killed at least 50 people. Two apartment blocks came crashing down when the blast rocked central Calcutta’s Bowbazar locality shortly after midnight
March: Eleven people killed in a bomb attack aboard a commuter train in Mumbai.
August: Six people killed in two car bomb blasts in Mumbai.
2005 India, July 28: Jaunpur train bombing: 13 are killed when militants detonate a bomb on a commuter train.
India, July 5: 2005 Terrorist attack on Ayodhya – Six terrorists belonging to Lashkar-e-Toiba storm the Ayodhya Ram Janmbhomi complex. Before the terrorists could reach the main disputed site, they were shot down by Indian security forces. One devotee and two policemen were injured.
India, July 28: Jaunpur train bombing: 13 are killed when militants detonate a bomb on a commuter train.
India, October 29: Multiple bomb blasts hit markets in Delhi, India, leaving at least 61 dead and more than 200 injured.
India, December 28: Two or more unidentified gunmen open fire at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, killing a retired professor of mathematics and wounding four others.
March: Blasts in a train station and a temple in Varanasi, Hinduism’s holiest city, leave 20 people dead, mostly devotees.
July: A series of seven high-powered blasts on suburban trains in India’s business capital Mumbai kill 187 commuters and leave 800 injured. The attacks prompt India to freeze peace talks with Pakistan.
September: Thirty-eight people killed and more than 100 injured in three nearly simultaneous blasts, including one in a mosque, in the town of Malegaon in Maharashtra
February: Attackers fire-bomb the Pakistan-bound Friendship Express passenger train, killing 66 passengers, mostly Pakistanis.
May: Eleven killed, 15 injured in blast at 17th century Mecca mosque in Hyderabad. Five more die when police fire at Muslim protesters.
August: At least 40 people killed and more than 50 others injured as two bombs rock a crowded outdoor auditorium and a popular eatery in the southern city of Hyderabad.
October: Two die in a low-intensity explosion in the Ajmer Sharif shrine during Ramadan in the northern town of Ajmer. The Islamic shrine is equally popular among Hindus and Muslims of India and Pakistan.
November: At least 13 people die in bombings outside court buildings in three cities in the north state of Uttar Pradesh.
Mumbai, November 26, 2008: Several killed and many more injured in seven terror attacks targetting mostly foreigners’ hangout places.
Assam, October 30, 2008: At least 45 killed (figure can change) and over 100 injured in 18 terror bombings across Assam.
Imphal, October 21, 2008: 17 killed in a powerful blast near Manipur Police Commando complex.
Kanpur, October 14, 2008: Eight people injured after bomb planted on a rented bicycle went off Colonelganj market.
Malegaon, Maharashtra, September 29, 2008: Five people died after a bomb kept in a motorbike went off in a crowded market.
Modasa, Gujarat, September 29 2008: One killed and several injured after a low-intensity bomb kept on a motorcycle went off near a mosque.
New Delhi, September 27, 2008: Three people killed after a crude bomb was thrown in a busy market in Mehrauli.
New Delhi, September 13, 2008: 26 people killed in six blasts across the city.
Ahmedabad, July 26, 2008: 57 people killed after 20-odd synchronised bombs went off within less than two hours.
Bangalore, July 25, 2008: One person killed in a low-intensity bomb explosion.
Jaipur, May 13, 2008: 68 people killed in serial bombings.
Bangalore, April 17 – Two back to back explosions on Saturday evening outside a packed stadium of Bangalore created havoc among people . The explosions injured at least eight people, including three policemen, police. A popular TV Channel reported.
The explosions happened when a popular Indian Premier League cricket tournament was going on.
“The explosions were heard from a generator room. We are trying to find out what exactly happened,” said a police officer, who did not give his name.
The match was in between Bangalore and Mumbai, involved high profile foreign players, was schdeuled to begin later on Saturday, Police said.
Note:Its very sad and hurting that many people are dying because of terrorists attacks I pray to God to protect my country India and all the people who are dwelling in India, from all the dangers and evil people.