“Some of … The fire gutted around 70 shanties but no one got injured in the incident.A massive fire broke out in Delhi’s Daulatabad's slum area overnight. There is no report of any casualty in the incident so far.According to ANI, four firetenders are at spot and attempts are being carried out to douse the rising flame. According to the fire department, the fire was first reported on the Model Town- Police Lines side of the land, and spread rapidly towards Nirankari Colony and Coronation Park side.

Five women were rescued after a fire broke out at a clinic located in a three-storey building in northwest Delhi's Pitampura area on Sunday (August 16, 2020). The cause of the fire is still unknown. At least seven fire tenders were rushed to spot to control the raging inferno. © 1998-2020 Zee Media Corporation Ltd (An Essel Group Company), All rights reserved. The fire started at around 9.30 am. It is not possible to get to the centre of the marshland because the ground is not stable. Fire department personnel at the spot, however, said the fire could have also been set off by a cigarette or match thrown through one of the several gaps in the boundary walls.”There are often incidents of spontaneous fires in areas like these in the summer. A total of 32 fire tenders are present at the spot. Fire broke out at a godown in southeast Delhi's Okhla area on Saturday (August 15) morning, officials said.A major fire broke out at Shahbad Dairy area of Delhi's Rohini on Wednesday night. Firefighters were working to douse the fire when last reports came in. With a forest area nearby, fire department personnel said they ensured the fire did not spread by “creating a perimeter”.The land is owned by Prasar Bharti. Fire fighting operations are underway and around 35 fire tenders are present at the spot to control the raging inferno.The fire incident took place even as all universities and schools are shut across the country due to the coronavirus pandemic. Smoke and ash drifted across the Model Town-GTB Nagar area near Delhi University Sunday afternoon as an open ‘grassland’ area caught fire. A fire broke out on sixth floor of Parliament Annexe building in Delhi on Monday (August 17) morning. At least 26 fire tenders were rushed to the spot after the incident was reported and the firefighting officials managed to control the raging blaze at around 2 AM on Thursday. A major fire broke out at a cardboard factory at DSIDC Bawana in Delhi.Fire breaks in Meena Bazaar near Lal quila in Delhi in Morning, No casualties reported yet. Locals stepped in to help the fire department personnel, getting drinking water and refreshment for them in the searing afternoon heat.While the area is surrounded by densely populated colonies, no casualty or property damage was reported as the fire was limited to the land classified as “marshland”, and surrounded by high walls. Five women were rescued after a fire broke out at a clinic located in a three-storey building in northwest Delhi's Pitampura area on Sunday (August 16, 2020). There was no report of any injury in the incident. Delhi; Fire sweeps through north Delhi grassland, contained after 6 hrs; Fire sweeps through north Delhi grassland, contained after 6 hrs While there was no casualty or property damage, smoke spread over a kilometre around the site of the fire, while soot and ash reached Delhi University colleges three kilometres away. We will have to let the fire burn out on its own,” said S S Tuli, divisional officer of fire department. You can find out more by clicking According to Delhi Disaster Management Authority sources, some residents complained of irritation in the eyes and breathing problems due to the smoke, but no medical emergencies were reported from the area.District Magistrate Madhu Rani Teotia said initial reports suggested that the fire was caused due to dry grass catching fire in the summer heat. Fire tenders were immediately rushed to the spot which later doused the fire. NEW DELHI: In one of the worst fire accidents in the city, 43 people were killed after a massive blaze ripped through a four-storey building housing illegal manufacturing units in north Delhi's Anaj Mandi area on Sunday morning, police and fire officials said. Twenty fire fighting vehicles were immediately rushed to the spot. Continuous efforts are going on to douse the fire. As many as 15 fire tenders were pressed into service. Fire broke out in a Mohalla clinic situated at Delhi's Daryaganj area late on Sunday night (July 12, 2020) taking away life of one person. Firefighters spread out over 7 km around the site to contain the fire.Intermittent fires continued to break out in the area even after 5 pm, as fire department personnel were unable to reach the centre of the “marshland”.“We contained the fire and stopped it from spreading outward to the residential areas. Imran Khan, 30, a street hawker who lives in Shiv Vihar, north-east Delhi, was walking home on Monday evening when a group descended on him. A major fire broke out at a warehouse in Delhi's Mundka area on Wednesday (July 8) night. A fire broke out at a commercial building in northwest Delhi's Azadpur area on Thursday, a Delhi fire service official said.A major fire broke out in the slums of Delhi's Tughlakabad area at around 1 AM on Tuesday (May 26) gutting around 1,000 shanties. Fire brigade reaches to the spot.A major fire broke out at the Tikri-Kalan PVC market near Delhi-Haryana border in the early hours of Wednesday (May 6), the fire department said confirming the incident.A warehouse in Delhi's Bijwasan caught fire in the wee hours on February 7.No injuries or casualties have been reported in the incident and the firefighters are continuously making effort to douse the flame.

The cause of the fire was not clear and fire officials admitted there was little chance of knowing what triggered it.While there was no casualty or property damage, smoke spread over a kilometre around the site of the fire, while soot and ash reached Delhi University colleges three kilometres away.It took firemen over six hours to contain the blaze, with complaints from locals being first received at about 9.30 am. There were no reports of any injury or casualty. The land is covered in tall grass and shrubs, while there are plenty of dried leaves on the ground. The fire department received the call of a fire at 2.38 am.By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. At least 30 fire tenders were rushed to the spot to control the raging inferno.The hospital is situated in south Delhi's Safdarjung Development Area (SDA).