Local authorities have deployed trucks, workers and drones to monitor the elephants, evacuated roads for them to pass safely and used food to steer them away from populated areas
Opinions are divided on why a herd of elephants chose to travel far from their known home range and puts the spotlight back on dwindling forest habitats
A couple of partially cracked and charred trees would indicate that lightning may have been the cause behind the death of the elephants, but all are not convinced.
PETA said the electric vehicle, suggested to be named “Maharaja”, resembles a royal chariot.
After hearing the trumpeting sound of a wild elephant, the victim and two others came out of their tent and were attacked
The female elephants, aged 23 and 26, were electrocuted to death after coming in contact with electric fences in Assam's Sivasagar district, officials said
With tourism hit hard by the pandemic, elephant owners have been struggling to survive
Seven out 12 elephants die of electrocution in recent months
The latest fatality occurred in the wee hours of Monday at a paddy field in Paragaon village under the Dhawalpur forest range when a herd of 25 elephants was passing through the area.
Jaipur had a total number of 103 elephants, however, the number of elephants in Jaipur has now come down to 99.
The mighty shadows elephants cast in their disappearance are ones that will loom over humans for the entirety of time.
'I gave my 6.25-acre land to the two elephants to ensure that when I am not alive, the animals do not suffer hunger,' said the man who bequeathed his property to two elephants.
The pregnant elephant in Kerala consumed a pineapple filled with powerful firecrackers which exploded in its mouth in the Silent Valley forest. It died in the Velliyar River a week later on May 27.
First it was the ivory trade that led to rampant elephant poaching. Now, as India presses ahead with its goal of growth, fragmented habitats lead the elephants into increasing conflicts with humans.
The cruel killing of an elephant with crackers in Kerala shocked everyone. But hundreds of elephants meet a similar brutal end in India.
The pregnant elephant died after eating a pineapple stuffed with firecrackers which burst in her mouth in Kerala's Palakkad district.
The elephant death in Kerala is one instance of animal cruelty which is visually so powerful that it has sparked chain reactions, bringing awareness, causing discomfort, and raising questions about our actions.
The elephant had consumed a pineapple filled with powerful fire crackers which exploded in the animal's mouth in the Silent Valley Forest and it died about a week later on May 27.
Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) workers clear a water logged road after heavy rainfall due to Cyclone Jawad, in Kolkata.PTI Photo
A health worker checks details for COVID-19 tests of the passengers arriving from Rishikesh at the Bikaner railway station.PTI Photo
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Resident doctors of Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital raise slogans during a protest in New Delhi.PTI Photo/Ravi Choudhary
An elderly beneficiary reacts as she receives a Covid-19 vaccine dose amid fear of spreading of a new variant of the virus (Omicron), at a government hospital in Jalandhar.PTI Photo
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As per the Observer Research Foundation, close to 250 million children in India were adversely affected due to school closures due to the early lockdowns imposed by the government in response to Covid-19.