Delhi is on high alert following two devastating bombings in Bombay Aug. 25 that killed at least 48 people and injured more than 150. Officials are concerned that Delhi may also be a target and have stepped up security to prevent attacks in the capital. One of the Bombay blasts occurred at the Gateway to India, a popular tourist site, the other in the gold market. Both bombs had been placed in taxis. No one has claimed responsibility for the attacks, but officials suggested that an outlawed Islamic students’ group with ties to Kashmiri rebels may be to blame.