LAHORE - A 40-year-old man, yet to be identified, was recovered dead from a drain in Kahna area on Thursday, police said. The investigators believed that unidentified killers murdered the man and fled away after throwing his body into the drain in Kahna area. Some passersby spotted the body stuck besides the bridge of the drain and disclosed the happening to the police. The police reached the spot and shifted the body to the morgue for autopsy. The police have registered a murder case against unidentified killers and are investigating with no arrest made so far. Meanwhile, a 50-year-old unidentified man was found dead under mysterious circumstances here in Bhati Gate police area. The police said that the deceased, yet to be identified so far, was apparently a drug addict. The police have shifted the body to morgue for autopsy and are investigating. Minor crushed A seven-year-old boy was crushed to death by a speedy car in Mozang area on Thursday, rescue workers said. The boy was later identified as Mazhar, resident of Mozang area. Eyewitnesses told the police that the boy was crossing Ferozepur Road when a rashly driven car ran over him. He sustained severe head injuries and was rushed to a nearby hospital where doctors pronounced him dead. In another road mishap, a 25-year-old youth was killed when a rashly driven vehicle hit him here in Chouburgi area. The man later was identified as Muhammad Adnan. The police said that the deceased was waiting for bus near Chouburgi Stop when a recklessly driven van hit him, resulting in his on-the-spot death. The driver along with the driven managed to escape from the scene. The police handed over the body to the deceaseds family and are investigating. Students win laurels for Pakistan The students of Lahore Grammar School who were sent on the instructions of Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif to America for participation in the International Competition of Space Science held at Houston USA, have won laurels for Pakistan by their excellent performance. Earlier, these students have been maintaining first position for the last three years in the Asia Zone Competitions held at New Delhi, India. The Pakistani students, in consultation with the students of California and North Carolina, designed a model for population of 24,000 human beings at Mars, which was declared as the best. The Punjab CM while appreciating the performance of these students has congratulated them and said that the whole Pakistani nation was proud of them.