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Delhi hotel fire kills 17

Bangkok Post Tuesday, 12 February 2019
NEW DELHI - At least 17 people died on Tuesday as a fire tore through a budget hotel in Delhi before dawn, in the latest disaster to raise concerns over fire safety in India.
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There were reportedly more than 50 people staying at the Hotel Arpit Palace when the fire started. Dozens of them were rescued by fire crews.

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