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Delhi hotel fire: Owner returns from Qatar, arrested

The owner of hotel Arpit Palace in Karol Bagh, where 17 people had died in a massive fire on Tuesday morning, was arrested by the Delhi Police crime branch on Sunday from Delhi airport, after he landed..
IndiaTimes - Published

Delhi Hotel Fire: Owner of the Hotel Arpit Palace where 17 people died arrested

Rakesh Goel was arrested from the IGI Airport on Saturday.
DNA - Published

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At Least 17 Dead After Fire Breaks Out in New Delhi Hotel [Video]At Least 17 Dead After Fire Breaks Out in New Delhi Hotel

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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At least 17 dead in New Delhi hotel fire [Video]At least 17 dead in New Delhi hotel fire

At least 17 people died in a fire that ripped through a budget hotel in the Indian capital New Delhi early Tuesday, police said.

Credit: FOX 47 News Michigan     Duration: 00:57Published

New Delhi Hotel Fire: At Least 17 Dead [Video]New Delhi Hotel Fire: At Least 17 Dead

CNN reports At least 17 people died in a fire that ripped through a budget hotel in the Indian capital New Delhi early Tuesday.The blaze broke out in the Hotel Arpit Palace, in the central Karol Bagh..

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India hotel fire kills at least 17, spurs safety concerns [Video]India hotel fire kills at least 17, spurs safety concerns

At least 17 people have been killed after a fire swept through a hotel in India's capital on Tuesday, raising fresh questions about safety standards in poorly regulated budget hotels. Rough cut (no..

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Hotel Arpit Palace fire in Delhi: Earlier call could have saved more lives, says fire officer; most died due to suffocation

After Delhi hotel fire tragedy, Chief Fire Officer Atul Garg said more lives could have been saved if they had got the call on time
Firstpost - Published

Delhi hotel fire: DNA test to be done to identify completely charred body

The charred body has got reduced in size and only skeletons are left.
DNA - Published

Emergency exit was locked at Delhi hotel where fire killed 17: Union Minister KJ Alphons

The minister made the statement after visiting the site of the tragedy in central Delhi. 
Zee News - Published

17 killed in Delhi hotel fire: 'It was a nightmare without end'

There were 53 people in the 45-room hotel, which had a canopy on the terrace housing a restaurant. Of the 17 bodies, five had been identified -- three from Kerala and two from Myanmar.
IndiaTimes - Published

Delhi hotel fire kills at least 17, spurs safety concerns

A fire swept through a hotel in New Delhi early on Tuesday, killing 17 people, authorities in the Indian capital said, raising fresh questions about safety standards in poorly regulated budget hotels.
Reuters India - Published

Three phones MS Dhoni lost in Delhi hotel fire found

Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s three phones, which had gone missing from his room in the fire at ITC Welcome Hotel in Dwarka on Friday, have finally been located by the police. Fire officers said the phones..
IndiaTimes - Published

'MSD's mobile phones stolen during Delhi hotel fire'


IndiaTimes - Published

MS Dhoni rescued safely from Delhi hotel fire

Former India cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was this morning safely rescued from a fire in a hotel in Delhi's Dwarka neighbourhood. No casualties were reported in the fire, Delhi Fire Services..
IndiaTimes - Published

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