KARACHI (Online) An explosion on railway track near Karachi early Saturday derailed two bogies of Thar Express, which was travelling from the port city to Rajasthan in India. No casualties were reported. The train with 155 passengers, including 50 Indians, on board derailed due to the blast triggered by the explosives planted on the uptrack near Dhabeji, 67 km from Karachi. No loss of life or injury was reported. According to railway authorities, the traffic on the downtrack remained uninterrupted while the uptrack railway service has been suspended. The train set out at 11.55 pm from Karachi and was running late by around an hour due to unknown reasons. It is headed to Bhagat Ki Kothi in Rajasthan. Bomb Disposal Squad and police contingents reached the site immediately. Rescuers, railways and police officials, who arrived at the incident site, confirmed the blast was aimed at hitting the Thar Express. Officials seized parts of the damaged rail track and explosives found from the scene and further investigations were on, police said. Blast derails India-bound Thar Express