A Bangladesh garment factory fire killed 25 employees and injured 100 on Tuesday.
Reuters news wire reported the fire burned for five hours after starting on the ninth-floor on the Arifa Ahmed Complex.
Fifty people had serious burn and were taken to four hospitals in Ashulia. Others were caught in a stampede as people tried to leave the building.
The Air Force and soldiers helped rescue people from the building.
Many of the 10,000 employees who work at the complex are women.
Bangladesh is a country southeast of India, with a population of more than 162 million according to the World Food Bank, World Development Indicators. About 88 percent of the population is Muslim.