New Delhi: One is more likely to die in a bomb blast in India than in Afghanistan. Strange as it may sound, but the government data show that India is among the most dangerous places in the world as far as bomb blasts per year are concerned – next only to Iraq and Pakistan. Even war-torn Afghanistan and Syria are doing better.
Latest data from National Bomb Data Centre (NBDC) show that India suffered 212 bomb blasts in 2013 – more than double of what Afghanistan (with 108 blasts) suffered. Bangladesh with 75 blasts and Syria with 36 blasts have tackled better way with internal security.In fact, along with Pakistan and Iraq, India accounts for almost 75% of bomb blasts in the world.