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Fire breaks out in a building at Patna’s Boring Road

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Bihar, May 20: A major fire broke out in a building at Patna’s Boring Road on Saturday early morning.

10 fire tenders at the spot to doused the flames.

Fire under control.
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9 killed in Rajasthan LPG cylinder blast

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Jaipur, Feb 17: At least nine persons have been killed and 18 others injured after two LPG cylinders exploded at a wedding function in Beawar in Rajasthan’s Ajmer district, police said.

The incident took place on late Friday night. According to police, six persons were referred to a hospital in Ajmer while 12 were referred to the district hospital in Beawar.

Police said one Surendra Kumar Parecha had organised wedding celebrations at Kumavat Samaj Bhavan in Beawar for his son’s wedding.

The guests were staying in a double-storey building. Suddenly, there was a loud blast which brought the entire building down like a pack of cards.

Rajasthan cylinder blast

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According to some eyewitnesses, the cook was trying to refill the empty LPG cylinder from other cylinder. That caused a fire and it resulted in an explosion.

Post mortems are being done and the bodies are being handed over to their respective families. The groom’s mother is also missing.

The search for bodies is underway and once all bodies are found, police will begin an investigation into what led to the blast, an official said.

Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje has expressed condolences over the incident and called it tragic.

She wished a speedy recovery to the injured and prayed for peace to the departed souls.

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Criminals torch three buses in Jharkhand

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Ranchi, Feb 16: Unidentified criminals torched three buses after being refused extortion money in Jharkhand’s Chatra district, police said on Friday.

According to police, three buses of a company were standing at a bypass road in Chatra district when criminals poured kerosene on them and set them on fire early on Friday. All the three buses were gutted.

Police recovered a pamphlet from the torched bus site, with the ‘Tiger Group’ claiming responsibility for the incident.

The pamphlet says that denial of extortion is the reason for the incident.

The owner of the bus claimed that he has suffered Rs 1 crore loss. The buses were new and were plying from Ranchi to Sasaram in Bihar, via Chatra.

In the past Maoist guerrillas used to torch vehicles after being denied levy.

This is the first time that a criminal group has claimed responsibility for such an incident.

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Police constable Vipin & BJP leader Jyoti Mishra slap each other in Bareilly, watch video

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BJP leader and Constable slap each other

A video is doing rounds on social media in which a police constable and a BJP leader are seeing slapping each other.

Ani reported that Police constable Vipin & BJP leader Jyoti Mishra slap each other in Bareilly.

Whereas case has been registered against both the parties. The incident took place on 13th February 2018.

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