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Updated : 18 hours, 41 min ago IST
An elephant died of electrocution after coming in contact with an electric transformer in a forest area in Chittoor district.
Updated : 2 days, 22 hours ago IST
A video shared by Bomdila Police shows an elephant walking across the road in the forest area. Vehicular movement on the road was halted and a long queue of vehicles was seen as the big animal crossed the road.
Updated : 3 days ago IST
An elephant died due to electrocution after coming in contact with an electric cable in the Kansabel forest area of Jashpur district last night.
Updated : 3 days, 23 hours ago IST
The incident took place at Rongjuli Kahibari Allibari area in the lower Assam district on Tuesday evening.
Updated : 6 days, 20 hours ago IST
Divisional forest officer Sanjay Yadav said, "The body of an elephant was found again in the forest near Pakni village of Ghui Forest Examination Centre. The age of the elephant is said to be 20 to 25 years and the cause of the death is still unknown."
Updated : 1 week, 2 days ago IST
Earlier on Thursday, a wild elephant was found dead in a paddy field at Joyramkuchi area under Lakhipur forest range in Assam's Goalpara district. Last month a wild elephant was found dead in a paddy field at Kankata area in Goalpara district.
According to the reports, locals spotted the carcass of an elephant in a paddy field in the Joyramkuchi area under the Lakhipur forest range in the lower Assam district and informed local forest officials.
Updated : 1 week, 3 days ago IST
While speaking to reporters at Halebeedu Helipad, he said the elephants which had come here following drought for many years have not returned, and other reasons for the jumbo attacks are human beings entering forests for some reasons and climate change.
Updated : 1 week, 4 days ago IST
Forest officers on Tuesday arrested a farmer in the Krishnagiri district, accused of digging a hole and burying a four-year-old baby elephant, who died of electrocution, without informing the forest department, officials said.
Updated : 1 week, 5 days ago IST
In the wake of the rise in the man-elephant conflict in four districts of Karnataka, a meeting presided over by Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Monday, resolved to constitute an elephant task force in four districts to check the menace of wild elephants.
A few villagers passing near the forest saw the carcass of the elephant and they informed the forest department about the incident. Upon getting the information about the incident, the forest official along with the team rushed to the spot.
The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party's MLA from Mudigere, MP Kumaraswamy's clothes were allegedly torn by locals of Hullemane village when he visited them following the death of the woman in the elephant attack.