Locals regulate traffic

DHADING: Locals of Adamghat Bazaar of Dhading have started volunteering for traffic control so as to curb accidents on the highway during the festival season. Locals started traffic control themselves after a girl was killed in a road mishap during Dashain festival. — HNS

Youth lynched

BANKE: A group on Friday lynched a youth, Binod Kurmi, 20, at Kamdi VDC-4, Banke. Binod was found dead at a nursery near his house on Saturday, his father Mongre said. — HNS

Newspaper launched

DHADING: A weekly newspaper, Mangal Prabhat Kiran, was launched on the auspicious occasion of Dipawali and Laxmi Jayanti on Saturday in Dhading. Murari Adhikari is chief editor of the weekly while Keshav Adhikari is the executive editor. The weekly will be published every Tuesday. — HNS

One killed in mishap

BIRGUNJ: An Indian national Prem Chandra Shah, 32, of Bhawanani, Bihar was killed on the spot after being hit by a tractor at Ramgadhawa, Parsa on Saturday, police said. The tractor hit Shah while he was going to Bhiswa border after purchasing vanaspati ghee in Birgunj. After hitting Shah the tractor driver reversed his vehicle and again ran over Shah, killing him, Shah’s relatives said. — HNS