Authorities sent nearly 700 firefighters to put out the fire on Sunday, but 30 of them went missing after a surge of flames fed by a sudden shift in the wind.
Sunday's incident follows a deadly blast on March 21 at a chemical park that killed 78 people and focused attention on safety at small chemical firms.
Brunei will implement the Sharia laws from April 3, punishing sodomy, adultery and rape with the death penalty, including by stoning, and theft with amputation.
A week after the vote, the outcome of Thailand's national election remains uncertain and might not be known until after the commission publishes official results due on May 9.
Now facing multiple criminal charges against the site and its staff, Rappler's management say they will not bow to what they see as government intimidation.
The project, announced last week by the Sri Lankan government, is set to be the biggest foreign investment there yet, but is surrounded by much confusion and conflicting comments.
The Communist Party's ongoing anti-corruption campaign has increasingly been focused on those it judges are disloyal to the party or question the decision of the top leadership.
Thailand's "democratic front" of seven parties said it had won a majority in the lower house of parliament after a messy election, and had the right to try to form a government.
The sale in Mumbai of some 68 works is expected to fetch anywhere between 300 million and 500 million rupees ($4.4 million-$7.3 million).
The Election Commission on Monday announced the winners of 350 out of 500 seats of the House of Representatives but the remainder will not be announced until May 9.
Some jewelry, computer, pharmacy businesses are fronts for illegal currency, trading operations, Bangladesh officials say
The prospect of continuity should reduce uncertainty in Southeast Asia's second-largest economy and encourage foreign fund inflows, analysts and fund managers said.
About 400 local Kashmiris have been recruited by militants since the start of 2016, nearly double the number in the previous six years, according to government data.
While Palang Pracharat leads with 7.64 million votes, Pheu Thai could still win the lion's share because of its concentrated popularity in the north and northeast of the country.
In more than 50 countries it is a crime for a husband to rape his wife, but this is not the case in most of Asia, where campaigners are pushing for legal reform.