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1 killed, 2 hurt as wall collapses at Jungpura

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A construction worker was killed while two others sustained injuries as a wall collapsed at a basement in south-east Delhi's Jungpura area today, police said. The wall of an under-construction building collapsed at around 4.50 pm as the labourers ...
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