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The arrests were made after 108 people died in a blaze at a packed temple in southern Kerala state. The tragedy happened when a fireworks display set off explosions and a huge fire.
More than 100 people have been killed and 200 have been injured after a crowded temple caught fire in southern India, officials say. The blaze was ignited by firecrackers during a religious celebration.
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