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The killer tigress of Maharashtra finally slain
      #321226 - 04/11/18 12:21 PM

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A tigress in India which is said to have killed 13 people has been shot dead after a major hunt, officials say. The six-year-old tigress had evaded capture in the jungles of the western state of Maharashtra for two years. Last month wildlife officials deployed perfume in a bid to lure the animal.




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In August the tigress and her two nine-month-old cubs killed three people in the area around the town of Pandharkawada in Yavatmal district and left more than 5,000 residents fearing for their lives.

Farmers and graziers were told to return early from the fields and forest, venture out only in groups, and not defecate in the open fields, a common practice in the villages.




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      #321234 - 04/11/18 10:15 PM

this giving a view into the brains of "extreme animal rightactivists"
https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asi...e-hunt-10894274
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Man-eating tiger shot dead in India after massive hunt

03 Nov 2018 06:37PM
MUMBAI: A man-eating tiger that claimed more than a dozen victims in two years has been shot dead in India, sparking controversy over the legality of its killing.
One of India's most high-profile tiger hunts in decades ended Friday (Nov 2) night when the mother of two 10-month old cubs - known to hunters as T1 but Avni to wildlife lovers - was shot dead in the jungles of Maharashtra state.
A team of more than 150 people had spent months searching for T1, using a paraglider and dozens of infrared cameras while sharpshooters had ridden on the backs of elephants.
However disputes quickly erupted after the killing as media reports said the tiger was shot in Yavatmal forest with no attempt to tranquilize her.
India's Supreme Court had issued a hunting order for T1 - blamed for 13 deaths since June 2016 - in September, ruling that she could be killed if tranquilizers failed. Several appeals were made against the death sentence.
The tiger was killed at night, when tranquilizers are not allowed to be used, according to the Times of India and other media outlets.
T1 is said to have been shot dead by Ashgar Ali Khan, son of India's most famous hunter Nawab Shafath Ali Khan, who was meant to be leading the hunt but was not present Friday night.
Forestry officials and the hunter did not answer calls to give details of the hunt.
Principal Chief Conservator of Forests AK Mishra told The Indian Express newspaper that a forest staffer had managed to dart the tiger with a tranquilizer at around 11.00pm.
"But she charged at the team, forcing Ashgar to shoot in self-defence," he said. "The tigress lay dead in a single shot."
SELF-DEFENCE OR 'MURDER'?
However Mishra's account was contradicted by other reports, while many groups condemned the way the killing was conducted.
The Times of India quoted sources involved in the hunt as saying it looked as though a tranquilizer dart had been put into the tiger's corpse after the killing. The sources said the dart had not been fired.
Forestry officials acknowledged to Indian media that no vet was present during the hunt, as required by the Supreme Court order.
Jerryl Banait, a vet and activist in Karnataka state who had launched appeals against the order, described the shooting as "cold-blooded murder".
"Avni was killed illegally satisfying a hunter's lust for blood," said the Indian branch of the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) group.
It said India's Wildlife Protection Act and National Tiger Conservation Authority rules had been flouted, calling for the matter to be "investigated and treated as a wildlife crime".
The tiger's body has been taken to a zoo in the city of Nagpur for a post-mortem.
Despite the disputed circumstances, villages around the town of Pandharkawda celebrated the death with relief.
T1 claimed her first victim, a woman whose body was found in a cotton field, in June 2016. Since then most of the dead were male herders.
India has launched a major campaign to boost tiger numbers. At the last tiger census in 2014 the number had risen to more than 2,200 from a low of less than 1,500.
But urban spread as the population of 1.25 billion grows has increasingly eaten into the territory of wild animals.
Endangered elephants and tigers kill on average one person a day, according to government figures.

so you have a man eating tiger and they call it murder when the beast became part of the game! I would asking myself what the "the mother of two 10-month old cubs" teach her darlings before.
the hunter have a good reputation to do the job also with tranquillise. here is another case from the last year:
"Tiger hunter turns tiger rescuer
July 12, 2017
‘Man-eater’ successfully tranquillised
Reputed hunter from the city, ‘Nawab’ Shafat Ali Khan, who used to be frequently embroiled in controversies by shooting down ‘man-eating’ tigers, has, for a change, successfully tranquillised female tiger in Maharashtra that had reportedly turned man-eater.
The three-year-old tigress was captured alive on Monday evening from the outlying territory of Tadoba National Park, near Halda village, Mr. Khan informed over phone.
The tigress, named C-1 by the Forest Department officials, was from the spill-over population of 40 adult tigers and 19 cubs that struggled for survival in the Brahmapuri Division outside the national park, thickly populated with human habitations and sparsely with prey base.
The young feline had killed two humans and injured four, besides lifting away countless cattle and goats between April and June. After it had reportedly killed a man on June 21 and partially ate his body, villagers became furious leading to her being declared a man-eater, and ordered to be shot down.
Attempts by veterinarians to tranquillise the big cat turned futile, and Mr. Khan was invited by the Maharashtra Government to hunt her down. “I had noticed that the tigress displayed abnormal behaviour. She would kill the cattle during daytime, and when resisted, attack the villagers,” Mr. Khan recalled. However, he decided to capture her alive, after noticing from camera traps that she was beautiful and young. His team, including son Asghar, faced tough opposition from the villagers who wanted her shot down.
“They even attacked us once, seeing the tranquilliser guns in our hands. We had to sit with them, and make them understand our efforts,” he said. The cattle kills became very frequent, but almost always, the tigress abandoned her kills scared by the attempts to chase her away.
“After a futile attempt at Padmapur village on July 4, she disappeared up to July 9, only to resurface near Halda village where she was conceived by her mother. Our task became very difficult as her mother and two sisters roamed in the five square kilometre vicinity,” Mr. Khan said.
Painstakingly, the stripes on the tigress’ body were memorised, and her presence was ascertained further through her odd tendencies of abandoning her kills.
“Monday afternoon, she killed a cow and ate five kilograms of meat. We set up a ‘machan’, tied the carcass with ropes and awaited her arrival. At 5.30 p.m., she came tearing out, lifted the carcass snapping the ropes, and almost galloped away, but not before I took a very fast shot. The dart went in her neck, and she fled dropping her kill,” Mr. Khan explained. She was noticed 200 meters away, captured and brought back to the Forest Department’s camp at Ekara village.
“I visited the tigress on Tuesday morning. She was in healthy condition,” Mr. Khan informed.
source: http://www.thehindu.com / The Hindu / Home> News> Cities> Hyderabad / by Swathi Vadlamudi / Hyderabad – July 12th, 2017"
https://www.mpositive.in/tag/asghar-ali-khan/

and how this started
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/09...ling-13-people/
"Top Indian tiger hunter called in to find beast thought to have killed 13

India's tigers are strictly protected by conservation laws, but India's growing population and the loss of habitat means the cats are increasingly in competition with people
Seventy per cent of the world's 4,000 remaining tigers live in India
Ben Farmer, Islamabad
14 September 2018 • 4:59pm
India's most celebrated hunter has been called in for a controversial mission to shoot a man-eating tigress blamed for killing 13 people.
Nawab Shafath Ali Khan has begun his hunt after India's highest court dismissed objections from conservation groups and authorised the killing of the four-year-old cat and her two cubs.
The hunter, scion of an aristocratic family, has started combing the jungles of Maharashtra after the tigress known as T1 terrorised villages in recent months.
Wildlife activists had unsuccessfully sought to block any court order allowing the killing of the cat, arguing there was no definitive proof the tigress was responsible for the deaths.
They have also tried to block the involvement of Mr Khan, who is the go-to marksman for Indian officials troubled by man-eating tigers, rogue elephants or destructive wild boar.
Mr Khan is stalking the tiger with elephants because vehicles are too loud and has said he will only shoot to kill as a last resort, instead using a tranquiliser gun if possible. The hunt authorisation calls for Mr Khan to attempt to capture the tigress alive, but to kill it if necessary. Activists fear Mr Khan, who is renowned for killing hundreds of animals, will only make a token effort to take the cat alive.
He has said he is convinced the tigress is guilty and is killing for survival because of a lack of other prey.
“The tigress has two cubs aged 10 months which are also eating human flesh,” he told the Times of India.
“The killing of humans is easy prey, as there is no natural prey such as spotted deer and sambar and wild boar here. So the tigress is killing humans for survival.”
The tigress is accused of killing 13 people around Pandharkawada over the last two years, with the spree accelerating to claim three lives in August alone.
Victims have been found part-eaten, with limbs torn off and teeth marks left on what remained.
Indian officials say DNA tests, camera traps and footprints all point to the killings having been carried out by a single tigress.
India's tigers are strictly protected by conservation laws, but India's growing population and the loss of habitat means the cats are increasingly in competition with people. The success of protection laws has also seen the number of cats begin to grow again in recent years after plummeting for decades. India is home to around 70 per cent of the world's 4,000 tigers.
Nawab Shafath Ali Khan has begun his hunt after India's highest court dismissed objections from conservation groups and authorised the killing of the four-year-old cat and her two cubs
Mr Khan is the private hunter usually called on when people and India's large wildlife clash. Born into a Hyderabad family descended from royalty, he grew up enchanted by the hunting tales of his grandfather who was a renowned Raj-era elephant hunter. He first held a gun when he was four and soon became an able tracker and accomplished shot.
At the age of only 19 he was recommended by a family friend when officials needed someone to shoot a rogue elephant who had trampled 12 to death. His fame quickly grew and officials from around India began calling for his help.

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      #321235 - 04/11/18 10:15 PM

here is pic of the fortunate hunter
"Locals celebrate, animal lovers mourn the killing of alleged ‘man-eating’ tigress Avni in Maharashtra
Mirror Now
Updated Nov 03, 2018 | 20:30 IST | Amrtansh Arora
Controversy has erupted over the killing of alleged 'man-eating' tigress Avni who was gunned down last night by hunter Asghar Ali Khan near Yavatmal in Maharashtra's Pandharkawda forest.
Locals celebrate, animal lovers mourn tigress Avni's death

Avni's post-mortem being performed at the Gorewada Rescue Centre in Nagpur | Photo Credit: BCCL
Yavatmal: Like a story from one of Edward James Corbett's writings, the much sensational hunt for an alleged 'man-eating' tigress in Maharashtra's Pandharkawda forest has sparked controversy. Avni, the six-year-old tigress who had been living in the forest with her two cubs was shot down in Yavatmal district on Friday by Asghar Ali Khan, the son of controversial hunting enthusiast Shafat Ali Khan.
Ever since the Maharashtra forest department claimed that Avni was responsible for killing 13 locals over the past two years, activists have been up in arms over allegations against the leonine creature, that they claim are fabricated. Despite stiff opposition and a growing demand for a presidential pardon for Avni, the Supreme Court refused to overturn the shoot-at-sight order issued against the big cat by the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (PCCF), wildlife, AK Misra.







Tigress Avni protest
(A protest in Mumbai against the shoot-at-sight order issued for Avni; Photo Credits: BCCL)
Over the course of the past several months, forest rangers deployed several measures such as a motorised paraglider, hunting dogs, infrared cameras and even Calvin Klien's Obsession for Men cologne in an attempt to catch the tigress. However, when all measures failed, the forest department hired controversial hunter Shafat Ali Khan to hunt down the tigress. In Shafat's absence, his son Asghar Ali Khan was the one whose bullet ended Avni's life on Friday night.

Asghar Ali Khan
(Hunter Asghar Ali Khan whose bullet killed Avni; Photo Credits: BCCL)
Animal rights activists have condoned the manner in which the forest department declared Avni a ‘man-eater’ and hunted her down instead of trying to capture her alive. Yuva Sena Chief Aditya Thackeray also spoke out against Avni’s death and blamed forest rangers for killing the majestic cat in cold blood.


In fact, pictures of locals residing near the Pandharkawda forest celebrating Avni’s death have gone viral on social media. Visuals released online show locals bursting crackers and distributing sweets.


Meanwhile, Avni’s funeral was held in Nagpur earlier today.


(Visuals from Avni's funeral; Picture Credits: BCCL)
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      #321236 - 04/11/18 10:25 PM

dont want to be heartless but it seems this members of the indian upper class here are very much far and away from the problems in the jungel


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      #321250 - 05/11/18 04:06 AM

Funny - murder? LOL Now, and quite likely, the cubs may have to be put down as well.

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      #321271 - 05/11/18 10:00 PM

another problem animal

https://www.gulf-times.com/story/611897/Indian-mob-kills-tigress-with-tractor-in-revenge-f

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Indian mob kills tigress with tractor in revenge for man's death
November 05 2018 01:44 PM
International India

dpa/New Delhi

Mobs of villagers beat a tigress and crushed her to death with a tractor in northern India after the cat killed a man, forest officials said Monday.

The incident is the second controversial killing of a tiger in India in recent days. Sharpshooters on Friday shot dead a tigress known as Avni which was believed to have killed 13 people in the last two years in western India.
In Sunday's incident, an angry mob of about 300 villagers marched to the core area of the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, beat up forest guards and attacked the tigress with iron-rods, spears and axes, forest official Mahavir Kaujlagi said.
The violence against the animal came after the tigress mauled a man in the park late Sunday evening.
"The irate villagers beat her mercilessly and later crushed her to death using a tractor," Kaujlagi said, adding a case was registered under the Wildlife Protection Act.
The tiger is India's national animal and arrests will made soon, the official said.
Villagers claimed the tigress had attacked another man a fortnight back.
The village of Chaltua is located near the park's core area and locals have resisted relocation efforts by the forest department even as authorities have warned of danger to humans from wild animals, media reports said.
Indians have taken to social media to protest the tiger killings which they say highlight the heightened human-animal conflict in several parts of the country.
The incident comes amid a row over the killing of Avni as wildlife activists lashed out against the forest department saying it could have captured her instead of killing her, which orphaned her two cubs.
Women and child development minister, Maneka Gandhi, also a known wildlife campaigner, castigated authorities for ordering the "ghastly murder" of Avni, saying the forest department violated several rules, for example by not tranquillizing the cat.
"The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated," opposition politician Rahul Gandhi wrote on Twitter, quoting India's freedom hero Mahatma Gandhi.
India is home to the world's largest number of tigers in the wild. They were estimated to number 2,226 in the last count in 2014, according to India's National Tiger Conservation Authority."

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      #321282 - 06/11/18 06:26 AM



So- the bloke used a dart gun with poison dart - text said bullet.

That is a PCP air rifle, likely a dart gun.

Small capacity as seen by the tiny air cylinder -

or perhaps CO2, which is even less powerful.

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So- the bloke used a dart gun with poison dart - text said bullet.

That is a PCP air rifle, likely a dart gun.

Small capacity as seen by the tiny air cylinder -

or perhaps CO2, which is even less powerful.




No Daryl, you are being confused by the idiotic Indian journalists with shit between their ears. Who also have no idea of firearms.

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Principal Chief Conservator of Forests AK Mishra told The Indian Express newspaper that a forest staffer had managed to dart the tiger with a tranquilizer at around 11.00pm.

"But she charged at the team, forcing Ashgar to shoot in self-defence," he said. "The tigress lay dead in a single shot."




The "journalist" or "editor" of the newspaper either has no idea of firearms or doesn't care, and just wanted a sensationalist photo to use.

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      #321296 - 06/11/18 04:56 PM

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here is pic of the fortunate hunter



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Definitely fortunate as the forest guard (assumption of who is in the photo or Mr Asghar Ali Khan as was named) was armed only with a dart gun, against a proven maneater tiger. Fortunate he was backed up by a hunter with a rifle.

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Amrtansh Arora - Controversy has erupted over the killing of alleged 'man-eating' tigress Avni who was gunned down last night by hunter Asghar Ali Khan near Yavatmal in Maharashtra's Pandharkawda forest.




Shit for brains, "journalist" Amrtanch Arora who doesn't understand the needed use of "alleged" for human criminals, charged or suspected before being convicted as guilt. The rest of the article shows the same stanky lack of ability and choice of grammar and language. Common with a lot of sub-standard Indian "jounralists", who use emotion not fact and logic.

So as for "alleged", so there was no poor unfortunate victions killed and eaten on by a tiger. And all the evidence to pinpoint the tiger responsible, video footage, night cameras, stripe patterns, tooth marks, clw marks footprints etc does not exist.

Also can't see much sympathy for al;l the human victims. :Like usual with these evil pricks lacking empathy for fellow "sub-class" humans.

As for "Avni", my guess is the tiger was "named" AFTER it was identified as the man-eater and appeared in the press. My guess there was no "Avni" before the serial maneater incidents.

"Murder" of a tiger. Typical animal rights/liberation type speak these days by out of touch urbanists living far from nature's reality. If killing an animal is "murder" then every tiger is a 'serial killer' - of chital and sambar deer, boar, cattle and other animals. Again the logical irrationality of these AR/AL f@ckwits is astounding.

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Avni's post-mortem being performed at the Gorewada Rescue Centre in Nagpur




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Meanwhile, Avni’s funeral was held in Nagpur earlier today.





Really? They burned the tiger is a "funeral"? Or a "mock" stunt for the photo by "activists"?

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leonine creature




Can a tiger be "leonine"?

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Tigress Avni protest
(A protest in Mumbai against the shoot-at-sight order issued for Avni; Photo Credits: BCCL)




Rich urbanites completely divorced from nature with their inner Mumbai cafes sipping chai lattes and designer drinks, concerned about nature, wildlife, and climate change ... protesting about the "murder" of a maneating tiger wtrecking the lives of many a poor family.

BTW as usual the photo is full of dim witted "activist" females ...


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Asghar Ali Khan, the son of controversial hunting enthusiast Shafat Ali Khan.




Good men.

One fact which can not be denied, is 1.25 billion persons in India is two to four times too many. Instead of India warping on about "climate change", population change is the real problem. Way too many people, way too many people breeding. Serious meaures to reduce population in India is needed.

As for parks and tigers killing persons, and also wildlife outside parks ... even inside the parks there are multitudes of people, trespassers cutting firewood, cutting frass, grazing animals, cutting lumber illegally, poaching, even living permanently. As for outside the parks, what chance does wildlife have against 1.25 billion people? India was once 70 to in the 90's percent forest. Not that long ago. Now it is less than a couple percent. And they talk about "climate change"?

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      #321297 - 06/11/18 05:04 PM

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another problem animal

https://www.gulf-times.com/story/611897/Indian-mob-kills-tigress-with-tractor-in-revenge-f

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Indian mob kills tigress with tractor in revenge for man's death
November 05 2018 01:44 PM
International India

dpa/New Delhi

Mobs of villagers beat a tigress and crushed her to death with a tractor in northern India after the cat killed a man, forest officials said Monday.

In Sunday's incident, an angry mob of about 300 villagers marched to the core area of the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, beat up forest guards and attacked the tigress with iron-rods, spears and axes, forest official Mahavir Kaujlagi said.
The violence against the animal came after the tigress mauled a man in the park late Sunday evening.
"The irate villagers beat her mercilessly and later crushed her to death using a tractor," Kaujlagi said, adding a case was registered under the Wildlife Protection Act.
The tiger is India's national animal and arrests will made soon, the official said.
Villagers claimed the tigress had attacked another man a fortnight back.
The village of Chaltua is located near the park's core area and locals have resisted relocation efforts by the forest department even as authorities have warned of danger to humans from wild animals, media reports said.
Indians have taken to social media to protest the tiger killings which they say highlight the heightened human-animal conflict in several parts of the country.
The incident comes amid a row over the killing of Avni as wildlife activists lashed out against the forest department saying it could have captured her instead of killing her, which orphaned her two cubs.
Women and child development minister, Maneka Gandhi, also a known wildlife campaigner, castigated authorities for ordering the "ghastly murder" of Avni, saying the forest department violated several rules, for example by not tranquillizing the cat.
"The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated," opposition politician Rahul Gandhi wrote on Twitter, quoting India's freedom hero Mahatma Gandhi.
India is home to the world's largest number of tigers in the wild. They were estimated to number 2,226 in the last count in 2014, according to India's National Tiger Conservation Authority."




AND problem people.

I wonder if the village was located there originally and the people were never relocated or if it is a squatter village inside the park?

If the former, well living with wild animals can be a problem. Understandable about the reluctance to move.

If a squatter village, well they get what they deserve. Stop ffffing breeding, 1.25 billion people in tiny India is too many by multiples.

Wildlife in India is ultimately doomed. And instead we will have multitudes of illegal immigrants wanting to live off western wealth by forcing immigraton upon us.

BTW India will be a mini superpower one day, and will try to military force other countries to resettle their billions of mouths.

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      #321309 - 07/11/18 05:20 AM

5,000 people in just the FIRST of 3 waves headed for the US/Mex border right now.

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      #321510 - 13/11/18 11:51 AM

Perhaps the people who protested the killing of this maneater should have shown commitment and camped out in her area of operations for a couple of years and counselled her in the error of her ways.

It's always easier for the onlooker to see how it should be done. I worked it out a while ago why this is so. The onlooker isn't blinded by the sweat in their eyes that the doer of the deed is.


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Re: The killer tigress of Maharashtra finally slain [Re: lancaster]
      #321519 - 14/11/18 01:44 AM

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dont want to be heartless but it seems this members of the indian upper class here are very much far and away from the problems in the jungel





FUNNY how that works isn't it??? The libs that are NOT affected by any of this have the loudest cries..

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