The victims two 18-year-old high school students and a 72-year-old man were all conscious and their injuries were not life-threatening when they were rushed to a hospital for treatment.
The fire broke out on the fourth or fifth floor of an eight-story building in a shopping and entertainment area on Friday, NHK said.
Over the thousands of years, Japanese people have mastered using the chopsticks for many purposes
The 34-year-old Patel's impressive run at the Games ended with a 7-11 5-11 6-11 loss to Zhou, a two-time gold medallist, in the women's singles summit clash which lasted 19 minutes.
The Hyderabad shuttler says he missed coach Santoso in Tokyo
After attending the historic flag hoisting event at the national capital, Neeraj took to his official Twitter handle and penned an emotional note.
"His temperature was 103 till yesterday. But he is getting better now. His (Covid) report also came negative. Doctor has advised him rest. He had a hectic schedule and that is the reason he fell ill," the person said.
The javelin thrower bagged the gold medal in men’s javelin throw at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics on August 7.
Neeraj Chopra made history by becoming the first Indian to win Gold in track and field at the Olympic Games.
Paris will be hosting the sporting event exactly 100 years after last organising the Olympics in 1924.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he had been getting many requests from citizens across India to name the Khel Ratna Award after Major Dhyan Chand.
Having made it to the bronze-medal match, the Rani Rampal-led side rallied from a 0-2 deficit to lead the Game at 3-2.
The number two seed Indian started the match very aggressively but Kyrgyzstan's grappler defended well with his upper body strength.
Uguev dominated the match and didn't give any chance to the Indian grappler to come out with flying colours as India lost the chance to win its first gold medal in wrestling.
Calling Sania Mirza as daughter-in-law of Pakistan, Singh urged to drop Sania Mirza as the brand ambassador of Telangana. Sania Mirza and debutant Ankita Raina were knocked out of Tokyo Olympics.
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