Spot the nonchalance

Srivastava, Mihir
November 2008
India Today;11/10/2008, p11
The article reports on an attack of five people by a leopard in Vejagaon village in Chandrapur district of Maharashtra in India, leaving two victims dead in 2008. It says that a solitary cage has been sent by the Forest Department to nab the predator. According to the author, 40 predator-related deaths have been reported in Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve in the last two years.


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