A massive fire broke out in Assam's Jorhat on Saturday (November 21) morning. More than 10 houses were gutted in the terrible fire. 

However, no casualties have been reported so far.

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According to reports, a fire broke out at Raja Maidam Road in Jorhat early morning today (November 21) and gradually engulfed a large residential compound in the city.

Nearly a dozen houses have been badly damaged in the incident.

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Firefighting operations are still underway at the spot while ambulances are also present there, in case there are any injuries.

The authorities are yet to ascertain the cause of the fire.