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    Mumbai fire: In Parel building, 10-year-old girl’s fire safety training at school helps to save lives

    On Wednesday morning, a fire broke out in a ground-plus-16 floor building at the Crystal Tower in Mumbai‘s Parel which left 4 dead and 16 injured. As per the reports, the injured are fine and undergoing treatment in KEM Hospital. However, keeping in mind the intensity of the fire, it is really a miracle too see so many people survived. Meanwhile, as the fire-tenders were trying to rescue the

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    Mumbai: Fire breaks out in 7-storey building in Dharavi

    Mumbai: Fire erupted in Dharavi in Mumbai on late Sunday evening. A high-rise building near a Ganesh temple in Dharavi caught fire. The building which caught fire was a seven-storey building and help was send immediately to handle the incident.

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    Mumbai: Major fire breaks out at High Tech Commercial Park in Sakinaka

    Fire broke out at High Tech Commercial Park in Sakinaka, the incident took place at around 4.40 pm. The cause of the fire is not known till now and more information is awaited but four fire engines have been rushed to the spot and even police, Reliance energy and ambulance are present at the spot. No casualties have been reported so far.

  • Mumbai: Major fire breaks-out at DMart in Dahisar West

    A fire broke out at Laxman Tower in Dahisar West, the building also has DMart. The incident took place around 5.30 pm to 6 pm in evening, after which fire station was alerted and three fire tenders rushed to the spot and evacuated the place. A call centre which is also present in the building was also evacuated.

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    Mumbai Kamala Mills Fire: “If terrace was illegally occupied, how was license given”, HC asks BMC

    Mumbai: Bombay High court on Monday reprimanded Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) lawyer and sought an explanation on “if terrace was illegally occupied, how you could give a license to operate even an eating house at the premises?” The question was followed by the Ex top cop Julio Rebeirro’s PIL filed in Kamla Mills tragedy case.

  • Thane: Another fire breaks out, this time in building; fire brigade rushed to spot

    A fire broke out in the Girija Heights building in Maharashtra’s Thane on Friday. Fire brigade and other emergency services have rushed to the spot. Earlier in the day, a fire officer was injured while dousing the flames on the fourth floor of the Navrang Studio in Mumbai’s Lower Parel.

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    Pune: Major fire breaks out at godown of Nishiland Park

    A major fire breaks out at godown of Nishiland Park Pune at old Mumbai highway.The reason behind the fire is not known, there have been major fire incidents in the state from quite a few times.

  • Mumbai: Fire breaks out at Andheri’s timber shop near SV road area

    Another fire incident took place in Mumbai’s Andheri near SV road area in a timber shop . At least three fire engines and three water tankers have been rushed to the spot, news agency ANI said. There are no reports of casualties or injuries. There have been major fire accidents in city from a quite few days and the most shocking was Kamala Mills Fire in which 14 people died and and

  • Mumbai Kamala Mills Fire: Owners’ kin arrested, get bail within hours

    Mumbai: Under pressure to come up with results, the Mumbai police on Sunday arrested two relatives of the pub owners – an uncle and a cousin — on the charge of harbouring an offender who has escaped from custody or whose arrest has been ordered (IPC section 216).However, the irony of it all was that the duo — Rakesh Sanghvi and Aditya Sanghvi — got bail within hours of the arrest with the

  • Mumbai farsan mart fire: BMC claims Kurla is too big to look into every irregularity

    Mumbai: The Kurla civic ward compared to other civic wards is densely populated and has around 10 lakh population and total 16 corporators look after the sixteen inter-ward needs and requirements. As the ward has to cater large number of people, therefore, a proposal to split the ward into two division has been made much earlier said Ajit Kumar Ambi, the Assistant Commissioner of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) Kurla civic ward.