Fire at New Delhi factory kills 43

first_imgThe factory was making handbags andlots of raw material was stored inside the building due to which the firespread quickly, local media reported. However, no details were immediatelyavailable on the cause of the fire.    The fire was doused and a team ofNational Disaster Response Force was searching the factory to find out if anymore people were trapped, a police official said.(Reuters) Ambulances and a firefighting vehicle responded at the scene of a deadly fire that swept through a factory where laborers were sleeping, in New Delhi, India on Dec. 8, in this still image taken from a video. ANI/VIA REUTERS TV “Till now we have rescued more than 50people, most of them were affected due to smoke,” Delhi Fire Services officialAtul Garg said, adding those injured were admitted in four nearbyhospitals.  MUMBAI – At least 43 people werekilled in India’s capital New Delhi on Sunday when a fire swept through asix-story factory where laborers were sleeping, government officials said.last_img read more

Players react to semi final loss as Acheson confirms Dubai move

first_imgThe Moyle Rovers clubman confirmed after yesterdays All Ireland semi-final defeat to Mayo that he’s leaving the country.The Connaught side were 2-13 to 0-14 point winners in Croke Park and will meet either Kerry or Dublin in the final.After the game Peter Acheson confirmed he’s moving to Dubai. He’s postponed his plans in recent seasons due to commitments with the Tipperary team but says he won’t be convinced to stay a third time.Tipp’s cause wasn’t helped yesterday by the black and red cards given to Robbie Kiely and Bill Maher respectively by referee David Coldrick.Tipp manager Liam Kearns says the 10 minute period before half-time was the key passage of the match.Despite the loss Ballyporeen’s Conor Sweeney says Tipp performed very well for long spells of the game.last_img read more