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Kamala Mills: Times Network condoles fire tragedy

Kamala Mills: Times Network condoles fire tragedy

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 29 Dec 2017, 05:46 pm

Mumbai, Dec 29 (IBNS): TV giant Times Network has condoled the loss in the Mumbai Lower Parel fire accident which claimed at least 14 lives.

The fire, which broke out late Thursday night at the Kamala Mills compound, destroyed several office buildings and restaurants it housed.

Times Network is one among the affected parties.

In its statement, the network said: 

"Times Network is deeply saddened by the horrific fire tragedy at Mumbai's Kamala Mills, where the Network's office is located. Our deepest condolences and prayers to the families, of those killed and injured in the accident. The magnitude of the fire was huge, disrupting our operations temporarily. All our employees were evacuated safely.

"Times Network’s News channels - Times Now, Times Now HD, ET Now and Mirror Now are operational now. The English Entertainment Channels (Movies Now, Movies Now HD, MN+, MNX, MNX HD, Romedy Now, Romedy Now HD) and Zoom will be back on air shortly."

At least 19 people were injured in the incident, while most of the deceased were women.

Kamala Mills: Times Network condoles fire tragedy

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