By ANI News Staff A woman who was in a car with her boyfriend when two bombs exploded near her, killing her and injuring many others, was the first Indian woman to be killed by terrorists.

The 25-year-old student, who has not been identified, was killed on Sunday afternoon by two men who burst into her car in north Delhi, killing the woman, and wounding several others.

The two terrorists blew themselves up outside the bus depot in north-western Delhi after the woman and her boyfriend arrived to take a break, police said.

The woman’s friend, who was also inside the vehicle, escaped unharmed.

The attack took place near the spot where three young men, aged 19, 21 and 22, were killed in an attack on a bus last year, when a young Hindu man, identified as Rajesh Kumar, had shouted slogans about ‘Allah Akbar’ and ‘Kharag’.

The two men have been named as Arshad, 24, and his brother Srinivas, 20.

The women had returned home to their house in north central Delhi on Friday evening, when they were targeted.

The police are searching for the two men. 

The woman was taken to a hospital where she died on Sunday evening.

The suicide bombers detonated the bombs in the car in a residential area, killing several people and injuring others, according to the police.

The injured include three women and two children.

Police have arrested two suspects in connection with the attack.

The blasts came less than a month after a spate of suicide bombings in the country’s largest metropolis, killing at least 20 people and wounding hundreds more.