Four Indians killed in Nepal

Four Indians killed  in Nepal

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Kathmandu, November 14

Four Indians have died after the vehicle they were travelling in crashed into a pond in southern Nepal’s Rautahat district near the border with India, police said on Sunday.

The driver and other occupants of the vehicle are suspected to have been under the influence of alcohol.

The deceased were all natives of Bihar, identified as Dinanath Sah (25), Arun Sah (30), Dilip Mahato (28) and Amit Mahato (27). — PTI

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