An Indian court has convicted two more men in connection with a series of bomb attacks that killed 257 people in Mumbai more than a decade ago.

Mohammed Shaikh and Nasim Barmare were found guilty on charges related to the bombing campaign that rocked India's economic capital in 1993.

Eleven other people have been convicted in the case, and 123 other defendants stand accused.

The attacks were carried out in revenge for Hindu-Muslim clashes that killed hundreds of people several months before the bombings.