Deadly fires are all too common in India, where safety regulations in factories and residential buildings are routinely ignored. The latest tragedy has occurred in a handbag factory in Delhi, where 43 people lost their lives on Sunday.
With rapid urbanization, New Delhi is facing a massive waste management problem. A social start-up wants to turn the city's trash into trendy handbags and furniture, and highlight growing social inequality along the way.
Several people have been injured in a factory fire in New Delhi. Thursday's fire was the third major blaze to occur in the Indian capital in recent weeks.
More than 40 people have died in a factory fire in India's capital, New Delhi, with the death toll expected to rise. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has described the fire as "extremely horrific."
An explosion at a fireworks factory has claimed the lives of 21 people with the death toll expected to rise. The blast is being investigated; local authorities say it's too early to determine the cause.
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