Rahul Gandhi a habitual offender, Congress' reactions show its "scant respect" for country's institutions: Pralhad Joshi
Surat court sentences Rahul Gandhi to two years' imprisonment over 'Modi surname' remark; Congress leaders rally in his support
"PM Modi also commented on Nehru surname": AAP MLA Saurabh Bhardwaj comes out in support of Rahul Gandhi
2019 Jamia violence case: Delhi HC reserves order on plea challenging discharge of Sharjeel Imam and 10 others
Gajendra Singh Shekhawat files criminal defamation case against Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot: Delhi Court reserves order on summons
Hyderabad Police busts "biggest" cyber theft, apprehends 6 for selling personal data worth Rs 16.8 cr
Fire at Mumbai's high-rise, no injuries reported
Mumbai: A level 2 fire broke out at the RA Residency Tower in the Dadar East area of Mumbai, said BMC in a statement.
The incident was reported at around 8.30 pm on Thursday night following which fire tenders were pressed into service. Fire broke out in the 42nd floor of 44 storied building.
The overnight operation of dousing the flames continued till 4 am in the morning of January 27. No injuries have been reported yet, said BMC.
As per the latest reports, the fire has been doused.
The residents of the high-rise building were seen rushing out of the building as fire engulfed it and fire-fighters went inside to bring the situation under control.
According to BMC, the building fire fighting system is not in a working condition and currently cooling operation is underway in the residency tower.
The cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained. (ANI)