Fire breaks out at cotton mill; 3 labourers burnt alive

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Three labourers were burnt alive after a fire broke out at a cotton spinning mill situated in the Industrial Area here today.

The victims, aged between 40-45 years, hailed from Bihar and were working in the mill, DCP Dhruman Nimbley said.

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