DELHI, India (CNN) -- Seven quickfire explosions killed at least 10 people in India's northwestern city of Jaipur on Tuesday evening, local police told CNN-IBN.
The blasts struck about 7:30 p.m. (1400 GMT, 1000 ET) and the bombs exploded within 12 minutes of each other, police said.
The explosives detonated within a small radius in Jaipur's old city, which is frequented by tourists.
One struck near Hanuman Temple, which was crowded with Hindus who worship Hanuman, the Hindu monkey god, on Tuesdays. Another struck near a sweet shop, police said.
There has been no claim of responsibility.
Jaipur is about 260 kilometers (160 miles) southwest of India's capital, New Delhi.
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