Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari (L) gestures as his son Bilawal Bhutto Zardari (R) waves upon their arrival while India's Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal (C) looks on at the airport in New Delhi April 8, 2012.
Riots broke out in Saidabad and Madannapet police station areas of the old city in India, after desecration of a religious building on Sunday.—AP Photo

Riots broke out in Saidabad and Madannapet police station areas of the old city of Hyderabad in India, after desecration of a religious building on Sunday. The intensity of riots instigated the police to impose curfew in the area, according to a news report published in The Hindu.

The curfew was imposed following unabated incidents of hurling stones at the local residents and passers-by. A couple of incidents of stabbings were also reported.

The Hindu also cited the suspension of public transport leading to Saidabad and adjoining localities after 19 buses were vandalised.


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