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India, Feb. 13 -- The human dimension of tragedy becomes traumatic when you have disturbing visuals flooding your consciousness and staying there. So be it the blurry images of the Doordarshan era of people jumping out of Hotel Siddharth Continental, where a roaring fire claimed 37 lives, distraught relatives stunned by the charred remains of the Uphaar theatre, where flames engulfed 59 people watching a film or the mother and child jumping out of the window of Arpit Palace Hotel in Karol Bagh to escape a choking inferno that killed 17, the shock element leads to an all-consuming rage at the owners of these properties for ignoring fire preventive and safety norms and playing casually with lives. Unfortunately, the rage doesn't blaze into ...
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