The BBC also incorrectly describes Pickled Politics "[who] use the Iraq war, Western foreign policy and international media coverage to discuss Tuesday's events". There is often a tendancy to ignore the woolly mammoth in the room over at PP, but even they didn't say something so, well, stupid...
Reuters on the other hand respectfully avoids any "value-judgements" by placing terrorist attack in quotes;
July 12 (Bloomberg) -- Mumbai, India's commercial hub, was rocked by seven explosions on trains and in commuter stations yesterday, killing at least 163 people and injuring 459 in the nation's worst terrorist attack in 13 years.
The explosions occurred within 30 minutes starting at 6 p.m., tearing apart train cars and ripping through rush-hour crowds in this city of 16 million. Mumbai police commissioner A.N. Roy said in a televised interview that much of the rail network was suspended and phone services were disrupted.The Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist group, which seeks an end to Indian control of Jammu & Kashmir state, claimed responsibility,
Pakistan's Foreign Ministry issued a statement saying that President Pervez Musharraf and Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz strongly condemned the "terrorist attack" in Mumbai.