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Delhi: Fire breaks out at shoe factory in Narela, 22 fire tenders rushed to spot

Fire breaks out at a shoe factory in Delhi's Narela due to cylinder blast. 22 fire tenders have rushed to the spot.Delhi: Fire breaks out at shoe factory in Narela, 22 fire tenders rushed to spot

Delhi fire: Death toll rises to 43 in Anaj Mandi incident

A massive fire swept through a factory in Anaj Mandi area of north Delhi on Sunday morning, leaving 43 labourers dead and many others injured, police said. A total of 59 people were inside the factory operating from a residential area when the blaze broke out, they said. The fire was reported at 5:22 AM following which 30 fire tenders were rushed to the spot.Delhi fire: Death toll rises to 43 in Anaj Mandi incident

Delhi: Fire erupts in Anaj Mandi once again, 4 fire tenders rush to spot

Delhi: A fire has broken out in the same building in Anaj Mandi, Rani Jhansi Road where 43 people had died in a fire incident yesterday. Four fire tenders have been rushed to the spot.Delhi: Fire erupts in Anaj Mandi once again, 4 fire tenders rush to spot

Delhi fire: BJP will give Rs 5 lakh compensation, says Manoj Tiwari

BJP lawmaker Manoj Tiwari on Sunday visited the Delhi fire incident site and announced financial assistance of Rs 5 lakh to families of those who lost their lives and Rs 25,000 for the injured. "It is a sad incident. As per initial information, the fire broke out due to short circuit. BJP will provide financial assistance of Rs 5 lakh each to families of those who have lost their lives and Rs 25,000 to those who were injured," Tiwari told reporters after visiting the site. The death toll in Anaj Mandi fire at Rani Jhansi Road has risen to 43.Delhi fire: BJP will give Rs 5 lakh compensation, says Manoj Tiwari

Delhi fire: CM Kejriwal announces Rs 10 lakh ex-gratia, orders magisterial inquiry

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal visited a factory in Anaj Mandi area, where a massive fire broke out in the early hours of Sunday, and announced an ex-gratia of Rs 10 lakh to the family members of the deceased. The chief minister also announced a compensation of Rs 1 lakh to those injured in the blaze that claimed at least 43 lives. He said "It is a very sad incident. I have ordered a magisterial inquiry into it. Compensation Rs 10 lakhs each to be given to families of those dead and Rs 1 lakh each to those injured. The expense of medical treatment of those injured to be borne by the govt."Delhi fire: CM Kejriwal announces Rs 10 lakh ex-gratia, orders magisterial inquiry

Delhi fire: For many search for loved ones ends at morgue, others still nursing hope; 14-yr-old among missing

The incident that claimed 43 live and left 16 injured brought back tragic memories of the Uphaar cinema hall blaze in 1997.

Fire breaks out at Delhi Transport Department office

At least 26 fire tenders were rushed to the spot to put out the blaze. According to the Delhi Fire Services, the fire was reported at 8.38 a.m. on Monday. The DFS informed around 10.45 a.m. that the fire has been doused. No casualties have been reported as of now.

Delhi: Fire breaks out at AIIMS due to short circuit

Delhi: A fire has broken out on first and second floor at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). Fire brigade present at the spot. TIMES NOW’s Parvina P with details.Delhi: Fire breaks out at AIIMS due to short circuit

9 killed in fire in Delhi's Kirari: officials

The incident came days after 43 people were killed in a massive fire in a four-storey building housing illegal manufacturing units in north Delhi's congested Anaj Mandi area on December 8. Nine people have been killed in the incident, the official said.

Fire breaks out at factory in Delhi, 22 fire tenders rushed

Twenty two fire tenders have been rushed to the spot, however, during the bid to douse fire, three fireman got minor injuries, according to the DFS chief.

Fire erupts in same Delhi building where Sunday's blaze claimed 43 lives

The fire department officials said they received a call about the blaze at around 7.50 am after which two fire tenders were rushed to the scene.

Delhi: Fire breaks out at a factory in Naraina

Delhi: Fire breaks out at a factory in Naraina, 12 fire tenders on the spot Delhi: Fire breaks out at a factory in Naraina

Anti-Citizenship Act protest: Entry, exit gates of multiple metro stations in Delhi closed

Delhi Traffic Police said in a tweet that the vehicle movement was closed from Okhla Underpass to Sarita Vihar due to the agitation. Vehicles coming from Badarpur and Ashram Chowk were diverted to alternative routes due to the blockade.

Central Vista redo to free up 75 acres of public space

The redevelopment could mean razing 10 government buildings, including Shastri Bhawan, Udyog Bhawan, Krishi Bhawan, Vigyan Bhawan, Vice-President’s House and Lok Nayak Bhawan.

Delhi: Fire breaks out at CGO Complex in Pragati Vihar

Fire breaks out in a building in Block-14 in Pragati Vihar's CGO Complex, Delhi. 15 fire tenders at the spot. Fire-fighting operation underway. Delhi: Fire breaks out at CGO Complex in Pragati Vihar

North & South blocks play with fire norms

The DFS has pointed out that the buildings are “required to maintain minimum fire safety system as required by Rule 33 and shall obtain Fire Safety Certificate from the department under Rule 35 of Delhi Fire Service Rules 2010”.

Violence rocks south Delhi during anti-citizenship law protest, buses torched, nearly 60 injured

Violence erupted on Mathura Road in southeast Delhi following a clash between police and Jamia Millia Islamia students who were protesting against the amended Citizenship Act.

Fire at AIIMS forces evacuation of patients; virology unit gutted, samples destroyed

​A Delhi Fire Services official said that they received a call of fire in the PC and Teaching Block of the hospital at around 5 PM and 15 fire tenders were immediately dispatched to contain it.

Fire breaks out on the sixth floor of Shastri Bhawan

The fire department said they received a call about the blaze at 2.15 PM after which seven fire tenders were rushed to the spot.

At least eight shanties gutted after fire breaks out in RK Puram

"At least eight shanties located opposite Nivedita Kunj in RK Puram Sector-7 were gutted after a fire broke out. However, the fire was brought under control by 5.50 PM," an official said.

Fire breaks out at AIIMS Trauma Centre

Four fire tenders have rushed to the spot. The cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained.

Fire at commercial building in Delhi's Naraina

The incident occurred days after a massive fire at a hotel in Karol Bagh claimed 17 lives.

Fire breaks out at CGO complex in Delhi

The fire department got a call regarding the blaze on the fifth floor of Pandit Deendayal Antyodaya Bhawan at 8:34 am.

BJP sustains attack in alleged classroom construction 'scam', Manish Sisodia sends defamation notices

The leaders of Delhi BJP claimed there has been a "scam" of Rs 2,000 cr in the construction of classrooms in Delhi govt schools and sought the resignation of Manish Sisodia.

DFS sprinkles water on trees in central Delhi to check pollution

New Delhi, Nov 5 () The Delhi Fire Service (DFS) on Monday sprinkled water on trees in central Delhi as part of its measures to control pollution.

CGO complex fire: Important files, documents feared destroyed

CISF Sub-Inspector M P Godara had fallen unconscious after inhaling toxic gases when he went to take stock of the situation.

Delhi government builds action plan of Delhi Fire Service

DFS will also soon start on-line delivery of fire safety certificates and also will start on-line service for standby duty.

Modi government doesn't want to accept there is 'job crisis': Rahul Gandhi

During an interaction - Dasha Aur Disha -- with university students at the JLN Stadium here, he also alleged that the country's wealth is "concentrated" in the hands of "a few people".

Delhi's air quality deteriorates, slides towards 'severe'

The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) recorded the overall Air Quality Index of Delhi at 358 this morning, which falls in the 'very poor' category.

Thick haze engulfs Delhi as Diwali celebrations continue long after SC deadline

The overall Air Quality Index (AQI) was recorded at 302 at 11 pm, which fell in the very poor category, according to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB).

Fire at Bawana factory: Delhi govt orders inquiry; CM keeping 'close watch'

According to a Delhi fire services officials, the blaze started from a firecracker factory which has a rubber factory atop it on the second storey.

Fire breaks out in PMO, no one injured

Seven fire tenders were rushed to the spot and the blaze was doused within 20 minutes, the official said, adding no one was injured in the incident.

Delhi's air quality slips to 'very poor', firefighting continues at Bhalswa landfill

The Centre-run System of Air Quality Forecasting and Research (SAFAR) also reported an AQI in the 'very poor' category.

Mumbai inferno prompts safety inspections at Delhi markets

More checks will be conducted across the city to find out the actual seating capacity of each restaurant and a report will be sent to the three corporations and NDMC.

17 people killed, 35 injured in Delhi's Karol Bagh hotel fire

According to the fire department, seven men, a woman and child died in the blaze.

Fire at plastic factory in Bawana, 17 dead

The Delhi Fire Services received a call about the fire at the factory around 6.20 pm and 10 fire tenders were rushed to the spot.

Major fire breaks out at Lok Nayak Bhawan

The fire started at the fourth floor of the multi- storeyed building, located next to the upscale Khan Market, a fire official said.

Why knowing a building's nearest exit point is a must

G C Mishra, the director of Delhi Fire Services, shares his thoughts on how to stay alive in the wake of a tragedy and other safety precautions.

Air Force helicopter deployed to contain Delhi's Malviya Nagar fire

Previously on Tuesday night when the massive fire broke out at the godown, 40 tenders were rushed to the spot to no avail.

Over 300 fire-related incidents reported in Delhi on Diwali

The Delhi fire department received 243 calls till 12 PM while another 107 calls were attended to between midnight and morning, an official said.

Rs 1 crore ex-gratia now for families of Delhi's firefighters

A decision in this regard was taken today in a Delhi Cabinet meeting presided over by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

Major fire breaks out in Sadar Bazar slums

"Thirty fire tenders have been rushed to the spot and rescue operations are still on," an officer from Delhi Fire Services said.

133 fire-related incidents reported in Delhi on Diwali

The time period from 8 pm to 10 pm is the time when the department receives maximum fire calls as people celebrate the festival by lighting earthen lamps and bursting crackers.

Hauz Khas Village is a ticking time bomb: High Court

A bench headed by Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal warned the associations of restaurants owners that they will not be allowed escape civil and criminal liability.

290 fire-related incidents in Delhi on Diwali

As many as 128 calls were received after midnight, said the official, adding elaborate arrangements were in place to deal with any emergency.

Diwali fire emergencies breached 10-year high in Delhi

Fire emergencies in Delhi breached a 10-year high this Diwali as more than 400 calls were made to the Delhi Fire Services even as the festival witnessed incessant bursting of firecrackers notwithstanding appeals by authorities.

LG doesn't sit on files as alleged by AAP govt: Centre to Supreme Court

The ASG said "in last three years, 96 per cent files or proposals have been cleared within 2-3 days of receipt by the Lieutenant Governor".

Fire in hotel; Dhoni, Jharkhand cricket team members rescued

The match referee's decision to postpone the game was taken as the kits of the team were at the hotel and there was no way that the match could have started.

Lt Governor has no power, making mockery of democracy: Delhi government to SC

A five-judge constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra is hearing pleas on who enjoys supremacy in governing the national capital.

Bad gear a threat to lifesavers

On show at the exhibition, for instance, is a rapid intervention vehicle with water jets that can be remotely operated from as far away as 500 metres from the fire.

Uttarakhand forest fire controlled: Kiren Rijiju

The Minister said a team of experts has already reached Uttarakhand to ascertain the cause of fire and extent of damage.

A minor fire breaks out at CBI headquarters

A minor fire broke out at the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) headquarters around 11 AM today, officials said.

HC questions relevance of govt's fire safety law for eateries

Delhi HC questioned the relevance of a city government law which makes it mandatory for eateries to comply with fire safety norms only if they have a seating capacity exceeding 50.

Only 400 of 5,000 Delhi eateries have got fire safety permit

​Fire officers say restaurateurs get away with gross violations. Eateries with a seating capacity of less than 50 do not require fire clearance.

Minor fire breaks out in Gujarat Bhavan

The Delhi Fire Services said they received a call at 8:10 AM following which eight fire tenders were rushed to the spot to douse the flames.

People to decide future of 'odd-even' scheme: Arvind Kejriwal

"We have decided to organise meetings in every constituency to seek suggestion on when odd-even should be brought again and for how long," he said.

Only 20 prosecutions for not giving right of way in Delhi

During these operations, a few violators ended up getting prosecuted after their registration numbers got captured in the assessment footage, said a senior police official.

Kapil Mishra alleges tainted businessman funded AAP leaders' foreign trip

Delhi government spokesperson Nagender Sharma dismissed the allegations and said that Mishra had been given a "horribly wrong script".

Firecracker explosion triggers panic at Delhi's Saket court

A firecracker explosion in a basement at Saket court in Delhi triggered panic, following which police and fire officials were rushed to the spot.

Venkaiah Naidu briefs President Pranab Mukherjee on fire in Parliament complex

Naidu has convened a meeting of Secretaries of Ministries of Parliamentary Affairs and Urban Development besides senior officials of Lok Sabha secretariat,etc.

Rajan planted 'a time bomb' in the financial system that will explode in December: Subramanian Swamy

Swamy, who had last month written twice to the prime minister seeking ouster of Rajan for keeping interest rate high, took to Twitter to criticise the Governor.

PM Narendra Modi, Lt Governor Najeeb Jung trying to create hurdles for Delhi government: Arvind Kejriwal

The attack came after ACB of Delhi government launched a probe into an app-based premium bus service on a complaint of Leader of Opposition in Delhi Assembly Vijender Gupta.

Thunderstorms, lightning wreak havoc in 4 states, kill 41

West Bengal bore the brunt of a thunderstorm that left at least 12 people including four children dead, while 11 were killed in Uttar Pradesh and nine in Andhra Pradesh, and two in Delhi, officials said.

Delhi Lt Governor Anil Baijal rejects ex-gratia to kin of former soldier who killed self

Sources said that Baijal, on March 6, rejected the decision of the Delhi Cabinet which had also granted martyr status to Grewal.

Museum blaze: Fire safety mechanism was 'not functioning'

The flames have been completely doused and other buildings in FICCI auditorium are safe. Only the National Museum of Natural History building has been damaged.

Fire breaks out in Parliament Annexe, no casualties

A minor fire today broke out on the second floor of the Parliament Annexe which was brought under control by fire fighters.

Supreme Court, Parliament facing serious fire safety lapses: CIC

CIC pulled up Delhi Fire Services for not releasing information regarding fire safety of Parliament and Supreme Court under RTI Act claiming it to be sensitive in nature.

NGT nod to registration of 10 diesel vehicles for fire tending

"We permit the 10 vehicles of the Fire department to be registered by the Delhi RTO only after certificate of condemning and dismantling of old diesel vehicles is produced," the bench said.

Fire breaks out at Shastri Bhavan; no one injured

A fire broke out at the sixth floor of Shastri Bhavan in New Delhi which houses several central government ministries and other offices.

Fire breaks out in Connaught Place building

According to Delhi Fire Service officials, the fire broke out at NIIT centre located in Rama building.

Fire breaks out in Connaught Place; no casualty reported

According to fire department, the fire broke out at Oriental Bank situated on the third and fourth floor of Harsha Bhawan located at E-block of Connaught Place, a commercial hub.

Delhi pollution: It will cost Rs 11,000 cr over years to combat the situation, says Punjab government

The Punjab government said it will cost Rs 11,000 cr over years to combat the situation while experts said the use of harvesters, which leave behind a stubble, is a necessity for farmer

Sonia Gandhi comes under fresh BJP fire over Ishrat affidavit

He alleged Sonia Gandhi, the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Chidambaram "suppressed" information provided by the NIA and the FBI.

Vijay Mallya row: CBI stand that it erred a 'cover-up', says Congress

Congress today dubbed as "cover-up excuse" CBI's "very strange explanation" that the Lookout notice for Vijay Mallya was erroroneously issued.

Five Metro stations have fire safety related issues

Five Metro stations in the capital have been found to have fire safety related issues after an audit by Delhi Fire Services.

Institutions allowed to be tarnished by anarchy: Shatrughan Sinha

The MP said inaction by police against assualt by some lawyers at a court complex presented a "very poor image" which could have been avoided.

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal asks students to study hard like Google's CEO Sundar Pichai

On Saturday, Kejriwal paid a glowing tribute to his 'junior' before thousands of school children assembled in Chhatrasal Stadium.

Centre creating hurdles for our government: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal

The chief minister was speaking at the inauguration of the third-phase of the over 23 km-long Vikaspuri-Wazirabad signal-free elevated corridor.

Khan Market fire safety: High Court seeks reply of licensing and fire authorities

NDMC, represented by Anil Grover, refuted the contentions saying any redevelopment has to be carried out by the association at its own cost.

Delhi government accuses Centre of U-turn on statehood

As the AAP government marked 100 days in office, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia alleged that the Modi government has been trying to run Delhi "by hook or by crook" through the Lt Governor.

Rahul Gandhi slams Modi government's amendments to Real Estate Bill; says he will stand by home-buyers

The move comes after these aspiring flat-owners communicated to Rahul their desire to apprised him about the problems they are facing.

6 coaches of Bhubaneswar and Sealdah Rajdhani trains gutted in Delhi rail yard fire

Nobody was injured in the blaze, which was brought under control after Delhi Fire Services dispatched 20 fire tenders to the spot.

Uphaar evidence tampering case: Trial commences against Ansals

Ansals, convicted in the main Uphaar fire case, are accused of colluding with others, including a court's record keeper, in destroying crucial judicial documents.

Delhi High Court paves way for DDCA to hold IPL matches at Kotla

DDCA had moved the application seeking a direction to SDMC to issue a POC from April 12 to May 1 as five IPL matches are scheduled to be held.

Building plans in Delhi to get sanctioned in a month

Urban development minister M Venkaiah Naidu released Delhi's unified building bye-laws that have been made user-friendly.

Arvind Kejriwal pitches for 'synergy' between Centre, Delhi government

Kejriwal ran through the AAP govt's "unprecedented" achievements in its first six months, mainly in social sectors and in curbing corruption.

Metro services hit after passengers report fire incident

As a precaution and safety measure, train movement was immediately stopped on this section. Normalcy on Line-2 was restored at 1:35 PM, a Metro spokesperson said.

'Fire-trap' Delhi's Khan Market eateries face closure

Over 40 eateries operating from the first floor and above in Khan Market face the threat of closure after Delhi HC noted that they are "fire traps" .

Arvind Kejriwal's oath-taking ceremony cost govt over Rs 6 lakh: RTI

Delhi government spent Rs 6,33,802 for the Arvind Kejriwal government's oath-taking ceremony at the Ramleela Maidan.

Identity of all 10 plane crash victims medically established

Identity of all 10 victims of a BSF plane crash here has been "medically established" and doctors have surgically reconstructed facial and bodily disfigurement suffered.

Damage could have been more had BSF plane crashed in petrol unit say residents

A ten-seater Ranchi-bound chartered aircraft carrying BSF personnel and technicians crashed at Shahabad Mohanmadpur village in Dwarka.

BSF aircraft crashes near Dwarka, all 10 on board killed

The DG-level talks between India and Bangladesh scheduled today in Dhaka have been cancelled in the wake of the crash, according to BSF sources.

Airtel-Vodafone JV deploys Wi-Fi network in Supreme Court premises

Airtel, India’s market leader, has also assured that its subscribers will be able to use Airtel Internet packs seamlessly with in six-eight weeks.

Delhi anti-corruption helpline gets over 12,000 calls in 24 hours

The made-over re-launch comes after the service, during AAP's previous stint, could respond to only 1,000 calls a day due to shortage of lines, the official said.

Fire department gets over 70 calls on peak Diwali hours

Fire fighters in the national capital got over 70 calls tonight about fire-related incidents from across the city on Diwali.

Festive fervour grips Delhiites on Diwali

Festivities gripped the national capital today as Delhiites celebrated Diwali, the festival of lights, with enthusiasm and religious fervour.

Venkaiah Naidu sets up committee for faster approvals to building plan

M Venkaiah Naidu has set up the 16-member committee which would be headed by Vice-Chairman of Delhi Development Authority (DDA).

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