CALCUTTA India Local fire department officials have charged McDonald’s India with fire code violations after an explosion at a unit in Calcutta killed one and seriously injured four others, according to reports in Indian newspapers. Police ruled out initial suspicions of sabotage or terrorism in the Aug. 13 blast, which occurred two days before the 60th anniversary of Indian independence, reports said. Officials continue to investigate the cause of the explosion, which ...

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