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Three Tiger Cubs Run Over by Train in Maharshtara's Chandrapur

The two cubs, around six months old, were hit by the Balharshah-Gondia passenger train near Junona village between Chandrapur and Nagbhid stations around 7-7:30am, killing them instantly.

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Updated:November 15, 2018, 9:57 PM IST
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Three Tiger Cubs Run Over by Train in Maharshtara's Chandrapur
The two cubs, around six months old, were hit by the Balharshah-Gondia passenger train near Junona village between Chandrapur and Nagbhid stations around 7-7:30am, killing them instantly.
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Nagpur Three tiger cubs were killed on Thursday after being hit by a train in Maharashtra's Chandrapur district, over 150 kilometres from here, an official said.

The cubs, around six months old, were hit by the Balharshah-Gondia passenger train near Junona village between Chandrapur and Nagbhid stations around 7-7:30am, killing them instantly, Rishikesh Ranjan, general manager of the state-run Forest Development Corporation of Maharashtra told PTI.

He said samples obtained from the cubs will be sent to labs for tests following which post mortem would be conducted.

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