India: 27 people killed after fire rips through Delhi office block

Dozens injured as official says building had no fire exit and most died ‘due to asphyxiation’

At least 27 people have died and dozens more were injured in a huge fire in a commercial building in India’s capital, Delhi.

The large fire broke out at the four-storey building near a railway station in the western suburb of Mundka in the late afternoon on Friday, but its cause was not immediately clear.

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