A factory of Hashem Foods Ltd caught fire on July 8, killing more than 50 people
A product of greed and neglect
Total 24 identified bodies were handed over to their families on Wednesday
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At least 52 people have died in the fire at the factory of Hashem Foods Limited
In most cases, those responsible for the fire incidents get out through the loopholes of the law, says...
Factories catering to the local market continue defying regulations as all eyes remain fixed upon the...
No way to identify deceased without DNA profiling, say rescue officials
Main blaze brought under control after 29 hours of effort on Friday night
Police said they rescued the workers trapped inside the building, however, relatives claim 20-22 people...
Workers alleged that the authorities refused to allow them to leave the factory during the...
Firefighting protocols must be prioritized across the board
Among eight people rescued from the fire, three were injured and sent to hospital for medical treatment,...
Eight units of firefighters brought the fire under control just after 9pm on Monday
The victims’ family members say the bodies will be returned home soon
Seven other firefighters were injured, five of them suffering burns from an unidentified liquid
The death toll from the incident now stands at 11.
Ten firefighting units were working to douse the fire.
Police have recovered two bodies and the rescue work is continuing in the factory in Tiruchirappalli,...
A total of 39 bodies have been recovered in the one-month operation after the tragic fire, said Gazipur...
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