NEW DELHI (Reuters) - At least 43 people were injured, two of them seriously, after a bomb exploded on Friday in a busy roadside make-shift market, a few metres (yards) away from police headquarters in the Indian capital. "Of the 43 injured, 41 have been admitted in Lok Nayak Jaiprakash hospital and two in Ram Manohar Lohia hospital," policeman Dharam Pal Singh told Reuters. "So far nobody has died but the condition of two of the injured is serious," he said. The explosion occurred at around 2.10 p.m. (0840 GMT) in a lane between the Income Tax Office and a private building. B.K. Gupta, Additional Commissioner of police, told reporters at the blast site that a crude home-made bomb suspected to have been planted under a hand push cart selling food. Gupta said shrapnel recovered from the site indicated that the bomb's chemical composition was similar to those used in a series of blasts that rocked the capital last year. Gupta said no one had so far claimed responsibility for the blast. The blast damaged a car and another vehicle and shattered the window panes of a nearby building housing a nursery. The children in the nursery escaped unhurt, police said. The incident was the latest in a series of blasts in the capital in recent months.