bangalore, Jul 25 (UNI) Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chairman G Madhavan Nair today strongly condemned the serial blasts in the city, in which one woman was killed and seven others were injured.
Condoling the death of Ms Sudhasri Ravi and wishing speedy recovery to the injured, he said, ''The signals were not encouraging. But, we will endeavour to discourage such incidents.'' Dr Nair was speaking after releasing a book titled 'India in the Space Age', written by renowned Science Writer Mohan Sundara Rajan and published by the Union Government's Publications Division here.
Meanwhile, IT major Infosys Technologies, in a media statement, said, ''All our employees are safe and there has been no impact in our business operations. We are in touch with the police department and will remain fully alert. We have increased security on our campus'' Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman K Rahman Khan strongly condemned the serial bomb blasts.
In a release here, he said ''anti-social elements in order to disrupt peace have resorted to this nefarious act''.
Mr Khan appealed to the people to maintain peace and social harmony to defeat such forces.
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