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What exactly happened to Notre Dame?

Recently, a shattering fire ruined the 850-year-old “jewel of Paris¬- the Notre Dame Cathedral” and triggered a global outburst of grief and helplessness. It is observed that the eccentricity of heavy timber construction, soaring open spaces, and lacking sophisticated fire-protection systems made the impeccably beautiful cathedral highly vulnerable.

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Bahot Kuch Jalata Hai...

One of the famous producer-directors of Bollywood, Mr. Karan Johar has the track record of setting the box-office on fire. However, this time the go-down of Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions in Mumbai recently (on May 1st, 2019) was caught the fire!!!

Surat Fire Tragedy

When the city of diamond marred with the unfortunate incidents of fire that killed many…
In today’s world, coaching classes are also regarded as temples of education, like schools and colleges. Parents admit their children to coaching classes for getting extra booster to their studies.

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Kamala Mills Fire Tragedy

The Kamala Mills Fire was a horrific incident in which at least 15 people were killed and as many injured after a major fire engulfed a building in Kamala Mills Compound in Lower Parel on December 29, 2017. The fire broke out shortly after midnight on the third floor of the four-storeyed building on Senapati Bapat Marg, a commercial hub of the city.
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Rohini Hospital Fire Tragedy

Two patients died when fire broke out at the third floor of a private hospital in Warangal city of Telangana on October 16, 2017. The incident took place reportedly due to leakage of an oxygen cylinder, which is an ideal fodder for fire. The patients who underwent surgery and were in ICU (Intensive Care Unit) were the worst affected as there were fears that they might develop complications due to smoke.

Indore’s MY Hospital fire incident

On November 23, 2017, the new-born care unit on the second floor of Indore’s M.Y. Hospital in which 47 infants were kept on ventilators caught fire. The babies were suffocated and four or five children were critically injured in the accident, while one infant died. Most deaths in such incidents often happen due to dense smoke inhalation due to burning of medical equipments, beds and furniture.
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Recurring Fire Incidents at Ludhiana

It has become a recurring phenomenon in Ludhiana fire breaking out at hosiery units in which every time it causes loss of goods and valuables worth several lakhs. The factory area is situated in a mixed-use area, which consists of a residential area and it often takes several hours for the fire tenders to douse the flames. No such incident happened on May 19, 2918. The incident occurred around 7 am, when smoke started billowing out from the fourth floor of the ‘New Janis Hosiery’.
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Chennai Silk Fire disaster

A major portion of the seven-storeyed Chennai Silks building on Usman Road in T.Nagar, collapsed because of a devastating inferno during the early hours of June 1, 2017, after a major fire engulfed the facility on May 31, 2017. Fortunately, around 14 persons, who were trapped inside the building, were rescued but all the material and valuables that were stocked in the showroom could not be saved from the “ferocity of the fire”.

Amazon Forest Fire Tragedy

On the afternoon of August 19, 2019, the sky over São Paulo, the largest city in Brazil, was looking dark. The fire was spread across the southern swath of the Amazon rain forest. They belch soot and smoke, covering those who live downwind with thick, smoky, and dirty air. Dreadful images of the blackened sky began to pop on various social media pages, and soon the world was astonished by the fire blazes rampaging across the forest, famously called “the lungs of the world”!!!
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Delhi Fire Tragedy

Recently a huge inferno engulfed a factory in the Udyog Nagar area of Peeragarhi, Delhi. Reportedly, seven fire engines were rushed to the spot upon a call. However, till the time the firemen reach the site, the fire spread out due to the explosion of the batteries. A portion of the building also collapsed due to the blast, following which several workers and fire personnel got trapped inside when fire-fighters were dousing the blaze.
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Surat Textile Market Fire

After the unfortunate incident wherein 22 students, including 18 girls, of an art and craft coaching institute died and left over 30 others injured in the devastating fire that engulfed the four-storey Takshashila Arcade in Sarthana area of Surat on May 24, 2019; fire again erupted in the seven-storey Raghuveer Complex on January 21, 2020, a large textile market in Saroli area of Surat.

Fire at Rolta Complex in Mumbai

A major fire broke out in residential building in Navi Mumbai’s Palm Beach Road and south Mumbai’s Malabar Hill in first week of February. This was followed by massive blaze in a commercial building in Mumbai’s Andheri MIDC area on February 13, 2020. A massive fire broke out at a high-rise in Seawoods-Darave in Navi Mumbai on Saturday, February 8, 2020.

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Fire at GST Bhavan

The fire broke out on the ninth floor of GST Bhavan at Maharana Pratap Chowk around 12.35 p.m. The blaze reportedly was declared level-IV (major category) by around 1.20 p.m. and almost 16 fire engines, two turntable ladders, and nine jumbo tankers were deployed. According to the fire brigade officials, the flames spread to the eighth and part of the 10th floor. The fire was brought under control by around 3.30 p.m.

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Varroc Lighting Systems India

A massive fire engulfed the manufacturing plant of an automotive supplier company in the phase II premises of Hinjewadi MIDC in the early hours of February 18, 2020. The plant manufactures exterior lighting products (headlamps and tail lamps) for passenger and commercial vehicles for four-wheelers in India and is part of Varroc Engineering Group. The facility also houses a design and research and development (R&D) unit.

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Fire Safety Week

Aarush Fire System recently observed the Industrial Safety day and week starting from March 4, 2020. This is on the line of The National Safety Day/Safety Week Campaign being spearheaded by the National Safety Council. The safety day/week is being observed by the council, various industries bodies and organizations over since three decades, to mark its foundation Day – 4th March.

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Chennai Chemical Warehouse Fire

A major fire broke out at a chemical warehouse in Chennai on Saturday, March 01, 2020. The inferno completely devastated the premises, facilities and ravaged raw materials worth over Rs 100 crore.

A fire broke out at a chemical godown near the Madhavaram inter-city bus terminus and spread to a few other units near it, on the outskirts of Chennai city. 

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Fire at Ink factory in Nagpur MIDC

A massive fire broke out at an ink making unit Vyankatesh Udyog Pvt Ltd in MIDC Hingna on April 8, 2020.

Chemical and other materials worth crores of rupees were reduced to ashes after a massive fire broke out at an MIDC Hingna based ink factory — Vyankatesh Udyog Limited — in the wee hours of April 7, 2020.

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Fire at Disco Enterprises Bhusawal

Amid the lockdown inflicted due to COVID-19, the industrial units, MSMEs, distribution centers and the OEMs, etc. are facing huge challenges. They are grappling with business losses to an unprecedented levels and the way forward would be more difficult. This is owing to the impending major global recession that has been caused by disrupted supply chains across the world

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Fire at Kusum Chemicals, Pune

The fire broke out at Kusum Distillation and Refining Private Limited’s production facility based in Kurkumbh MIDC in Daund taluka on Pune-Solapur Road, on May 22, 2020.

The incident was reported after a loud sound was heard in the area and a cloud of black smoke was seen billowing out of the factory premises. 

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Fire Incident at Dahej

In an unfortunate incident, at least eight people were killed and 50 others were injured in a fire incident triggered due to a blast in a chemical factory in Dahej Industrial Estate of Bharuch district in Gujarat on Jun 03, 2020. Dahej is a major cargo port on the Gulf of Khambhat where a number of industrial units are located.

The blast took place at the unit of Yashasvi Rasayan Pvt Ltd., which was registered in 2016.

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Fire and Fury Returns

A major fire broke out again in Raghuveer textile market on Puna Kumbhariya road in Surat, on June 9, 2020, in the wee hours. Fortunately, no casualties were reported as all the shops were closed.

This is the third incident in the last six months of fire in the same market building. The market was sealed after the second incident and there was no human presence.

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Fire at Mumbai's Iconic Crawford Market

To add to Mumbai’s burgeoning woes owing to the Wuhan-Virus caused lethal pandemic; a massive inferno broke out at dream city’s iconic Crawford Market on June 11, 2020.

This heritage structure was originally named after Arthur Crawford, the first Municipal Commissioner of the city Construction of this historic treasure was completed in 1869 and economic activity began in 1871.

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Beirut’s Ammonium Nitrate Blast

This chemical blast tragedy is one of the largest industrial accidents in the history of mankind. Though the blast happened at the capital city of Lebanon, the tremors were felt across the world. There was a massive blast of highly explosive chemical amid the COVID-19 pandemic during an historical economic crisis.

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