Six people were killed and 100 others injured when a bomb strapped to a motorcycle went off near a mosque in Malegaon city in Nashik district of Maharashtra on September 29, 2008.
The blast occurred near the football club in Panjgur's Essai area on Saturday, killing two people, police said.
Mohammad Qasim Paikar and another officer were killed and two other soldiers were wounded in the explosion, which took place between Balkh and Char Bolak districts.
In eastern Ghazni province, 31 soldiers were killed and 24 others wounded when the attacker drove a military humvee full of explosives onto an army commando base before detonating the car bomb.
Tariq Arian, spokesman for the Interior Ministry, said 45 people were also wounded in a late afternoon blast in Bamiyan city in Bamiyan province. Several shops and vehicles were destroyed or damaged.
The Balochistan government had appealed to the PDM to postpone the public meeting in view of security threats.
Memon was buried at Marine Lines Bada Kabrastan in south Mumbai on July 30, 2015 after he was hanged in Nagpur central jail.
Police said Ashwanth was entrusted with the task of observing the surroundings while others were manufacturing the bombs.
They were taken to the Sagar Dutta Medical College and Hospital and two of them were declared brought dead
No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attacks but both the Taliban and Islamic State group affiliate are active in the area.
Afghan civilians continue to bear the brunt of the war across their country despite efforts to launch peace talks and find a road map for post-war Afghanistan.
A police investigation was underway, Faramarz said. Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said he was not aware of the explosions.
Witnesses said the attack began with a heavy explosion and people ran from the area as gunfire could be heard from the hotel, which is frequented by government officials.
India underscored that it is important to hold States accountable for activities that support or encourage terrorism from territories under their control.
The eight were riding in a packed car in the district of Surobi when the vehicle hit the roadside bomb, setting it off.