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Elephants Rampage in Dam Dim Tea Estate, Dooars
The Dam Dim (or Dumdim) Tea Estate has been ravaged by elephants in a recent incursion. The incident happened 10 Oct 09, when a herd of elephants from the Baikunthapur jungles entered the Dooars tea gardens during the night. ...
2009-10-30   Dooars, India Category: conflict

Baby elephant dies at Tata zoo
When everyone at Tata zoo had lost hope of his survival, Raja had pulled through. But when they thought the worst was over, he bade adieu. The injured elephant calf, rescued from Rajabasa forest in Ghatshila and recuperating ...
2009-10-10   Jamshedpur, United States Category: death

Wanted: jumbo family of abandoned calf - Forest department may ask Tata zoo to adopt baby elephant if herd rejects it again
If the state forest department has its way and the injured baby elephant rescued from a Ghatshila village a bit of luck, the latter will soon be reunited with its family. The department has put its officials posted at Rajabas...
2009-10-04   Jamshedpur, India Category: relocation

Ayurveda aid for wounded jumbo calf
The forest department is pinning hope on ayurvedic medicines to cure the injured baby elephant that was rescued from Rajabasa jungle in Ghatshila on Monday. The calf’s condition has deteriorated. A.T. Mishra, the divisional...
2009-10-01   Jamshedpur, India Category: medical

Kaziranga pays for elephant attack
A beat officer of Kaziranga National Park was critically injured and a bleeding guard spent the entire night tied to a tree after villagers incensed by a woman’s death in an elephant attack chose to vent their anger on fore...
2008-01-11   Guwahati, India Category: conflict

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