The Pakistan-based Islamic group Jaish-e-Mohammad warned of suicide strikes in New Delhi, Bombay and elsewhere in India as tensions mounted in the border areas of disputed Kashmir state. The group originally claimed responsibility for the Oct. 1 suicide bombing outside the legislature in Srinigar, in which 38 people died, but later denied involvement. India accuses Pakistan of trying to infiltrate militants across the Kashmir border, and Pakistani militants protest Indian shelling of the military line of control that divides the region. Elsewhere, a Coca-Cola bottling plant was attacked Oct. 21 in Atmakuru near the coastal city of Vijayawada in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh by a Marxist group protesting the war in Afghanistan. The group has threatened to attack other Western companies in the state. No one was injured in the bombing, but the plant was heavily damaged.