A massive fire broke out at the newly constructed BR Ambedkar Telangana Secretariat in Hyderabad. The fire broke out in the wee hours of February 3, around 3 am, confirmed the fire department which rushed to the spot and doused the fire in two hours. Moreover, no casualties or damage were reported in the fire, whereas the reason behind the fire is yet to be known.
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A massive fire broke out in Mumbai's Cooper Hospital, on September 15. According to the hospital authority, the fire broke out at the godown of the hospital, however, no casualties or injuries were reported. Moreover, the fire department confirmed dousing the fire and confirmed the situation at the hospital was under control. In addition, the cause of the fire is yet to be ascertain.
Reacting to the tragic fire incident, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal expressed grief and said, he will meet the families of Gokulpuri fire incident victims. Taking to Twitter Kejriwal said, "I got to hear this sad news in the morning. I myself will go there and meet the victims." Earlier, on March 12, about 30 shanties were burnt and around seven people died after a fire broke out in the Gokulpuri area.
Twenty-seven people were killed in a massive fire incident, in Osaka Japan, on December 17. The fire broke our in the fourth floor of an eight storey building in JR Osaka Station region. As per local media, the fire department received the information at 10:20 AM and extinguished the fire by around 10:45 AM. The fire burned across an area of 20 meters.
Inside room number 59 of Parliament House, a fire broke out on the morning of December 1. The fire department said the fire gutted several wooden articles and computers, reported UNI. However, the department doused the fire by around 8:05 AM. The room is said to be situated close to the room allotted to media personnel. Besides, there are no reports of injury so far.
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The Odisha government on March 5 deployed five teams from the Jashipur Fire Station after destructive fires embroil the Simlipal Forest of the Mayurbhanj district. Reportedly, ten locations in the four ranges of the forest have been severely affected. While 25 fire department personnel equipped with five special vehicles have already been trying to douse the flames, ten more personnel will join them with three additional vehicles.
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