Mumbai: A fire broke out at Arunachal Bhawan near Navi Mumbai's Vashi Railway Station in Maharashtra on Monday.
No one was injured in the incident, said a fire brigade official.
Following the fire incident, fire engines were rushed to the spot.
The fire brigade is now under control.
The cause of fire is yet to be ascertained, an official said.
The latest fire incident comes after a fierce fire broke out on October 26 at Behrampada near Bandra railway station in Mumbai. At least 16 fire engines and 12 water tankers were used to douse the flames. No casualties were reported then, but properties and houses worth several crores suffered damage.
The incident had resulted in a disruption of services on the Harbour Line which were suspended briefly as a precautionary measure.