Bengaluru, Nov 4: Muharram was observed across the world and in Pakistan amidst tight security following the suicide bomb attack on Sunday at the Pakistani side of the border.
The local administrations placed hospitals and ambulance services on high alert, Dawn online reported. A suicide attack at the Wagah border on Sunday claimed 60 lives following which Punjab Police conducted raids in several cities and arrested a number of suspects.
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Bahrain celebrates Muharram
A Bahraini baby, laid for a blessing in a bassinet that is part of a living diorama, plays with ornaments, ahead of the Ashoura holiday during the month of Muharram, in Malkiya, Bahrain.
Melbourne soaks in racing spirit
Race goers enjoy the atmosphere before the running of the Melbourne Cup horse racing at the Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne, Australia.
Mother and baby hippo
A mother Hippo and her new-born calf in their enclosure at the Los Angeles Zoo. The Zoo's female hippopotamus, Mara, went into labor on Friday, Oct 31 and gave birth to a healthy calf.
Salma Hayek at the premier
Honoree Salma Hayek Pinault gets a kiss from presenter Quincy Jones at Equality Now's "Make Equality Reality" event at the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.
Pakistani border guards perform high kicks during a flag
Pakistani border guards perform high kicks during a flag lowering ceremony after a Sunday suicide bombing at the Pakistan-Indian border post, in Wagah, Pakistan, Monday, Nov. 3, 2014.
A fallstreak hole forms in the sky over Wonthaggi
A fallstreak hole forms in the sky over Wonthaggi, Australia. A fallstreak hole is a circular gap that appears in high clouds, when a section of the cloud freezes. The ice crystals are heavy, so they fall out of the cloud, leaving a hole. It is a relatively rare phenomenon.