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A woman executive with a multinational firm was found dead in her hotel room in Nagpur this morning, police said.
Alka P Waknaju (28), resident of Panvel near Mumbai who worked with Nestle, came here for official work yesterday and checked into Hotel Pride.
After finishing her work, she returned to her hotel room in the evening, but didn't respond when her parents called her at night, police said.
Her parents became worried as she suffered from epilepsy and alerted the local staff of Nestle.
When the door of her room was opened with a duplicate key this morning, she was found dead.
There were no signs of forced entry into the room, nor were there any external injuries on her body, said inspector Sanjay Pande of Sonegaon police station.
Traces of vomiting were found in the room, he said, adding that the cause of death can be ascertained only after the autopsy report is received.
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