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Environment ministry orders enquiry into Bengaluru lake fire

DNA Friday, 17 February 2017
The Environment ministry has ordered an enquiry into the incident of fire that had broken out in the garbage strewn around Bellandur lake in Bengaluru.
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News video: Watch: Cloud of smoke billows out after Bellandur Lake catches fire

Watch: Cloud of smoke billows out after Bellandur Lake catches fire 00:42

Bengaluru, Feb 17 (ANI): A fire broke out at debris near Bellandur Lake on Thursday, triggering panic among motorists on the busy Sarjapura Main Road. The flames raged for a while, and the area was enveloped by huge clouds of smoke. Fire is often sparked by deadly effluents in the lake, but this...

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