Man-eating tigress strikes again, kills a boy

Contray to the claims of the locals, the forest department officials maintain that the boy was killed by a leopard

Bijnore (Uttar Pradesh): After a lull of a few months, the tigress struck again and killed a 11 year-old boy in the forested tract of the district. This is the 13 kill of the elusive tigress that had created a reign of terror in the region. Contrary to the claims of the locals, the forest department officials maintain that the boy was killed by a leopard When More...

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