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..
The Associated Press reports a shoddily built budget hotel in New Delhi, India was engulfed in flames early Tuesday, killing 17 people, Indian authorities reported. An official told the news agency.. WorldNews - Published Also reported by •Reuters India •euronews •Japan Today •Reuters •Bangkok Post
A fire that started before dawn in a hotel in central New Delhi has killed 17 people, with most of the victims asleep when the blaze broke out. SBS - Published Also reported by •Telegraph.co.uk •BBC News
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
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
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