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Hyderabad, February 27, 2007

The city was jolted out of its early summer afternoon on Tuesday when a major fire broke out on the top floor of the four storeyed Catholic Centre Building. Agrigold Company's corporate office was also housed in the building. Two persons of the company were charred to death.

It is reported that the fire accident occurred in the afternoon allegedly due to short circuit in the top floor and spread quickly as the office had considerable amount of stationery and rexine material.

V. Nageswara Rao of Ikon showroom, which abuts the Catholic Centre Building noticed smoke emanating on the top floor alerted the police, fire and electrical departments who managed to control the fire.

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