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Factory owner, manager arrested after Indian capital's deadliest fire in 20 years

Reuters Monday, 9 December 2019
Police in New Delhi have arrested the owner and manager of a factory where 43 people died in the Indian capital's deadliest fire in 20 years, a spokesman said on Monday.
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A fire tore through a handbag factory in India's capital New Delhi on Sunday morning, killing dozens of workers. David Doyle reports.

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