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Kalanki-Koteshwor becomes ‘killer road’, recording 658 accidents in 10 months

Metropolitan Traffic Police Range data shows 25 people have died and 454 others have been critically injured in the road stretch Kalanki-Koteshwor becomes ‘killer road’, recording 658 accidents in 10 months
The stretch lacks zebra crossings, traffic lights and street lamps. Post File Photo
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Anup Ojha
Published at : June 5, 2019
Updated at : June 6, 2019 07:10
Kathmandu

Anup Ojha

Anup Ojha is a reporter for The Kathmandu Post primarily covering social issues and human interest stories. Before moving to the social beat, Ojha covered arts and culture for the Post for four years.


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