As per media reports, as many as 25 fire brigade vehicles including 12 fire engines rushed to the spot. The blaze erupted at the mall, located near the Oshiwara police station, around 3.10 pm on Friday.
At present, DLF has a retail footprint of 42 lakh square feet comprising eight properties, including malls and shopping centres, mainly across Delhi-NCR
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It has been reported that the Hyderabad fire control officials received a distress call at 5.20 a.m. on Wednesday, following which eight fire engines were rushed to the spot to douse the flames.
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The impact can be gauged by the fact that, on average, a mall has 200 retail stores operating in it and over 5,000 businesses entities associated with it as suppliers and vendors.
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Covid lockdown: So far, Delhi Telangana, Gujarat, parts of Maharashtra, Punjab, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh have permitted shopping malls to restart operations with safety regulations in place.
The continuous lockdowns, ban of public gatherings have created a disruption in the retail sector driving irreversible trends in the way we all shop.
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There was traffic jam in front of the store located in the heart of HITEC City, the hub of information technology
Sonali Dalvi alleged that security guards at the entrance refused to proceed with her security check and claimed that the mall's policy did not allow...
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