Mysuru: Cowherd Falls Prey to Tiger on Prowl near Bandipur Wildlife Sanctuary

Mysuru: Nagaraju (38), a cowherd, was attacked by a tiger in Odeyapura village under Hediyala forest range of Bandipur national park on Tuesday.

As a daily routine, he, along with Shivanna and Venkatesh, had gone to tend the cattle while they grazed in the plain near an elephant ditch in Muddaiahgundi around noon. Nagaraju sat alone on one end, while the other two sat under a tree.

The tiger suddenly appeared and began attacking Nagaraju. Hearing his screams, Venkatesh and Shivanna came running. Venkatesh threw stones at it to scare it away. But by then Nagaraju had breathed his last as the attack was so fierce.

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      • Ravi alias Steve from Australia is a good proof that beef consumption does indeed bring down the IQ level!! smiles… – Rampa

        That probably explains why the US, UK, Germany etc are developed nations! 🙂

        • Developed nations owe their progress to freethinkers and true secular ideas. However, I am not surprised by your ‘anganawaadi’ logic!! LOL You are another proof of low IQ due to beef consumption!! smiles…

  1. is a good proof that beef consumption does indeed bring down the IQ level!! smiles…-Atheist Mr.Original to Mr.Ravi,

    Sir, I think Modi’s ‘Yoga’ is not delivering you enough blood and oxygen to your mind.Why don’t you revert back to old medication of ‘Gow Mutra’ with Apple day?

    Jai hind

  2. @ Sharia Shaikh – May be, you should try ‘go mutra’ everyday and it may cure your ‘naalige chapala’!! LOL Also, please try ‘shirshasana’ – it will help more blood flow to your brain filled with tribal fantasies.

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