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  • Maharashtra: 2 injured in separate tiger attacks in Vidarbha

    Nagpur: Two villagers were Sunday injured in separate attacks by tigers in Maharashtra’s Vidarbha region, a senior forest official said. Shyamrao Nathuji Gurnule (65) was seriously injured in a tiger attack near the gate of Umred Pawani Karhandala Sanctuary at around 3:30pm Sunday, Ravikiran Govekar, field director of Pench Tiger Reserve, said.

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    Trouble in Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani’s paradise?

    Bollywood’s cutest couple Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani’s alleged relationship seems to have hit rock bottom. The couple although never accepted their relationship publicly, Disha’s frequent outing with Tiger’s family and their pictures from exotic vacations were enough to prove that the duo were more than good friends.

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    ‘Bharat’: Only Ali Abbas Zafar can manage to have ‘Tiger’ Salman Khan in a ring of fire; Check out

    Superstar Salman Khan‘s next film ‘Bharat‘ which is a period drama has finally commenced its shoot with a circus sequence. The film also features Priyanka Chopra and Disha Patani in lead roles. The team begin shooting on an elaborate set in Mumbai’s Filmistan Studio and continue till August, after which they will move to Malta, followed by a

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    Mumbai: Tiger can’t be tamed, says Shiv Sena

    Mumbai: Rebuffing BJP president Amit Shah’s rapprochement efforts, the Shiv Sena today said “the Modi floods’ may have swept away snakes and mongooses, but “the tiger cannot be tamed.”

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    Mumbai: Father-son arrested for trying to sell tiger skin

    Mumbai: A 62-year-old man and his son were arrested on Wednesday for trying to sell tiger skin for Rs 3.5 lakh in Ulhasnagar. Hareshkumar Narayandas Hansrajani, 62, and his son Dipak, 30, have been remanded in police custody. Police said during investigation they also found that the accused who own a shop in Ulhasnagar used to sell materials utilised during rituals.

  • Bhandara woman who fought a leopard and survived is still waiting for financial help

    Maharashtra: A 21-year-old youth from Bhandara, Maharashtra was attacked by a tiger. However, the woman survived the attack. The incident took place on March 24 and was reported this week. The story gets even stranger as the woman did not just survive the attack but she even fought with the wild animal.

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    Maharashtra: Tiger vanishes after travelling 135 km from Nagpur to Vidarbha forest

    Nagpur: A three-year-old tiger has disappeared from the forest officials’ radar since the last five months, after traversing a distance of 135 km to a forest near Amravati in Vidarbha. Forest officials say the tiger, called Nawab, which had walked 135 km from the Katlabodi in Nagpur forest range to the Pohra-Malkhed forest, was last sighted in October.

  • Maharashtra: Fierce face-off between Tiger and Bear at Tadoba National Park goes viral

    Nature has its own way of surprising and you never know what are animals thinking, a viral video from Maharashtra’s Tadoba National Park captures a violent face-off between an adult tiger and a sloth bear. The video, taken on Wednesday during an afternoon safari, shows the encounter between two fierce animals.

  • Bhopal: Forest dept seeks removal of high tension power lines

    Bhopal: Taking note of tigers dying of electrocution in Shahdol-Umaria belt, the forest department has asked energy department to install high tension (HT) under the ground or to shift them from forest areas in Madhya Pradesh. According to reports, poachers draw electricity from HT lines in forests to electrocute wild animals specially the big cats.

  • Bhopal: Five poachers arrested; tiger’s tooth, hair recovered

    Bhopal: Umaria forest team on Thursday arrested five poachers involved in killing of a tiger here. A body of an adult tigress was found in Barwah area of Ghunghuti forest in Umaria on Monday. The tiger reportedly had fallen victim to a live electric trap laid by poachers. Team has recovered tiger’s tooth, hair, electric wire, other equipment from their possession.

  • Petrifying Video! Tiger escapes from cage during circus in China, triggers panic

    For most people, circus can actually be a lot of fun. It’s a part where we get to see the animals perform tricks. But sometimes it can go out of hands. And something similar happened during a circus show in a village in North China’s Shanxi province, where a tiger actually escaped from its cage.

  • Suspected tiger pugmarks send ripples through Indore village

    Indore: Pug marks suspected to be of tigers have been witnessed at a village in Indore district, claimed forest officials. Residents of Todi village, which is located in Mangalia locality, had first spotted the pug marks on Wednesday and subsequently informed forest officials about the same.

  • Maharashtra: Tiger and tigress found dead Paoni forest range; poisoning suspected

    Nagpur: A tiger and a tigress were found dead on Friday in the Paoni forest range in Ramtek taluka of this district in what officials suspect is a case of poisoning. The carcasses were found around 150 metres away from each other at about 1 pm by a forest guard who was on patrolling duty, forest officials said.

  • Witness ‘Tiger’ Salman Khan in action mode

    New Delhi: The Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif starrer ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ is all set to deliver some world-class level action sequences.

  • Nagpur: Tiger that went missing died of electrocution, farmer held

    The farmer Mahadev Irpate admitted that the tiger died last week after it came in contact with electric fence he has put around his farm. He also told forest officials that when he found the tiger dead, he removed its collar and buried the carcass nearby Shree Bhagwan, forest official.

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