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 Elephants and electrocution, India
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Focus on India:

Mahout electrocuted while riding on elephant

The tusker Parthan, being taken to Vallikkodu Thrikkovil Temple, did not suffer any injury.

http://zeenews.india.com/news/kerala/mahou...ant_768337.html


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Posted: Apr 27 2012, 04:05 AM


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Focus on India:

28 elephants electrocuted in the last two years

The news that 28 elephants have died in the State in the last two years due to electrocution comes as a shocker. Most of these incidents have been reported in Kodagu, Chamrajanagar and Mysore areas where the number of elephants is good and the animals are frequently on the move. The recent electrocution occurred at the BBTC plantations near Polibetta in Kodagu on April 12.

Sagging 11 kV power lines are the prime danger that unsuspecting elephants have had to face in the vulnerable areas, said Ajay Mishra, Field Director, Project Elephant, Mysore.

In some areas, farmers have drawn power from irrigation pumpsets for fencing which had resulted in the death of elephants
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http://www.thehindu.com/news/states/karnat...e?homepage=true


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Posted: May 21 2012, 02:12 PM


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Focus on India:

Power firm to fix drooping cables save Odisha jumbos

... the meeting pointed to the urgent need to overhaul large parts of the distribution network, including pulling up sagging overhead power lines, installing circuit breakers, and placing barbed wires around electricity poles ...

The official figures of elephant electrocution indicate that between the year 2000 and July 2011, 99 wild elephants died due to electrocution from low-slung and poorly maintained power lines.


http://dailypioneer.com/nation/66919-power...sha-jumbos.html


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Focus on India:

18 jumbo deaths in one decade

Another elephant met its end when it came in contact with a live electric cable in Alur recently. With this, the number of elephants which has died due to unnatural circumstances has risen to 18. But, the incident was unfortunate as the elephant which had come to feed on the jack fruit was electrocuted.

Improper method used while installing electric poles caused the death of the pachyderm.


http://www.deccanherald.com/content/265927...one-decade.html


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Beyond sad - tusker, 12-15 years old.

Villagers mourn as tusker dies of electrocution in Chikmagalur

The incident occurred when the elephant came in contact with a live electric wire as an electric pole had fallen in the land belonging to Nagarajagowda, resulting in the instant death of the tusker ...

The local women who had arrived at the spot, performed ritual to the dead tusker by offering flowers, coconut and fruits. The tusker which was normally found in this part of the region since last five months, had perhaps built a bonding with the villagers ...


http://www.deccanherald.com/content/278618...ctrocution.html

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“It never destroyed our crop and it was good to us,” he said.




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Focus on the State of Karnataka, south India:

90 jumbos electrocuted in 5 years

One of the main reasons for the electrocution of pachyderms is illegal drawing of electricity to the fences for protecting crops from wild elephants. Besides, the sagging electricity line inside national parks and sanctuaries are also resulting in the death of wild elephants, the forest officials said.

http://ibnlive.in.com/news/90-jumbos-elect...644-60-115.html

Recommended that the electric wire should be 20 feet above ground, and that a spike guard should be put on all electric poles erected in forests to keep the elephants away from them.


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Encouraging news for once ...

Focus on Odisha, India:

Though some of the elephants had left, a few of them were believed to be roaming the area, he said, adding to ensure their safety and security electricity connection was being disconnected in the area from dusk to dawn.

http://www.business-standard.com/generalne...n-odisha/73611/


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Focus on Bangalore, India:

How will you protect elephants, HC asks govt

Lack of measures to prevent elephant deaths due to illegal electrical fencing in core forest areas has irked the high court ...

The court also suggested to the forest department to consider permitting farmers and resort owners to use only minimum voltage in electrical fencing.


http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/ba...ow/17027949.cms


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Focus on India:

Low high-voltage cable kills elephant
- Forest officials rue power company inaction despite complaints


... the dead elephant — an adult makhna (short male with small tuskers), aged around 20 years — was part of a herd of about 17 that was seen moving out of the sanctuary last evening. He said the power cable passing through the area was only eight feet above the ground, leading to the animal being electrocuted. “From the footprints near the carcass, it seems the animal had ran around after receiving the shock” ...

http://www.telegraphindia.com/1130627/jsp/...tF0q0A.facebook





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Joint panels planned to curb elephant deaths

Joint committees of officials of forest department and power distribution company SOUTHCO would be formed to curb deaths of wild elephants due to electrocution in four districts of south Odisha.

http://www.starofmysore.com/main.asp?type=news&item=42270


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Elephants scare away people after a pachyderm was electrocuted

CHITTOOR: An angry herd of elephants kept on trumpeting and roaring for hours together scaring away people living in nearby hamlets in the forest area of Ramakuppam in Chittoor district on Friday after one of its members died due to electric shock. The herd consisting of 13 pachyderms was crossing the agricultural fields at Ramapuram tanda of Nakkalgutta in the forest area of Ramakuppam when an elephant came in contact with a live electric wire set up by poachers to trap wild boars and deer.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/hy...ow/44997612.cms


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Celebrities say no to Kodagu power line

BENGALURU: The proposed 400 kV high- tension transmission line from nuclear power plant Kaiga to Kozhikode, which passes through the dense forests of Kodagu, is back in the news. On Friday, celebrities born in Kodagu but settled down elsewhere said the government should do away with the project.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/be...ow/45829537.cms


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Elephant electrocuted near Ramakuppam

A 12-year-old sub adult female elephant from the wilds of Tamil Nadu forests was electrocuted at a remote tribal hamlet - Pulimadugu Thanda, 45 km from Kuppam in the early hours of Tuesday, after it came in contact with a live power line in the fields meant for wild boars.

http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/andh...icle6878254.ece


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MP: Two elephants electrocuted near Sanjay Gandhi tiger reserve

Two wild elephants were electrocuted when they came in contact with a live electric wire Baghwari village in Sidhi district, near Sanjay Gandhi Tiger Reserve on Saturday, wildlife officials said.

According to officials, a farmer Rajbhoran Singh connected the wire to a water pump for irrigation. Sub-divisional Officer SP Singh Gaharwar said they have seized the wire and irrigation pump. Gaharwar said the elephants were around 15 to 16 years old. Local officials said since last one month, elephants from both Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh often enter the area.

http://www.hindustantimes.com/bhopal/mp-tw...e1-1317086.aspx


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Bull Elephant Electrocuted, 2 Booked for Illegal Fencing

COIMBATORE: A 15-year old bull elephant was found dead at a private tea estate in Bitherkad range of Gudalur division in Nilgiris district on Friday. Forest officials said, the elephant was electrocuted after coming in contact with an illegal electric fencing in the estate.

http://www.newindianexpress.com/states/tam...icle2723735.ece


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via Elephant Aid International, A Carol Buckley Project:


Solar powered fences are not the same as electric fences.

Solar power is generated by the sun through a solar panel. The energy is collected and stored in a small battery. An energizer converts the low voltage energy, emitting a pulsating 10 volt current, harmless to wildlife.

The "live wire" electric fence used in India to deter elephants is powered by the illegal use of constant current, high voltage electricity, the same electricity that supplies homes and businesses. It is deadly to human and wildlife.


Unfortunately, people do not realize the illegal version is deadly but the solar powered fence is safe.

Electric fences kill more tuskers in Tamil Nadu than poachers

Read more at:
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articl..._campaign=cppst



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Electric Fences Killing Elephants

Illegal electric fences in the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve in India are said to have killed at least four elephants in the past six months, making them one of the worst threats to the Reserve elephants. The Reserve houses about a quarter of all of the Asian elephants left in the country and reports say the illegal electric fences have killed more of them then even poachers.

Read more at Clapway: http://clapway.com/2015/03/25/electric-fen.../#ixzz3VRSivLXL
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Female elephant electrocuted inside Guwahati army cantonment

A female elephant was killed due to electrocution last night inside the Army’s Narangi Cantonment that is part of Guwahati city, with forest officials confirming it to be a case of accident.

http://indianexpress.com/article/india/ind...rmy-cantonment/


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Elephant electrocuted

A male elephant came in contact with lowly laid overhead livewire at Galibillivalasa village in Salur mandal and died on the spot in the early hours of Monday, said I.K.V. Raju, Vizianagaram DFO.

The elephant is about 20-years of age. After postmortem by a veterinary doctor in the afternoon, the pachyderm was buried at the spot. Soon after receiving information about the tragedy, Chief Conservator of Forests Pradeep Kumar rushed to the spot. “The other baby elephant would either be provided safe passage to Bolangir Elephant Sanctuary in Odisha or sent to a zoo shortly,” he said. The two elephants would have separated from a herd in the sanctuary and strayed into forest area at Sikhaparuvu in Salur mandal a month ago. The elephants caused large scale damage to banana, maize and other plantations in Salur and Makkuva mandals.

http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/tela...icle7195514.ece


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Follow-up to the previous report.

Elephants Vijaya, Jaya make 'Operation Gaja' a success

They have successfully caught the jumbo with the help of the elephants as well as their staff. The rescued elephant will be sent to Indira Gandhi Zoological Park (IGZP) in Visakhapatnam. Last week, the rescued elephant along with his partner wreaked havoc in the agency, where one of it was electrocuted ...

http://news.webindia123.com/news/Articles/...20/2597005.html


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Three elephants found dead in Odisha

Sambalpur (Odisha): Three female elephants died, two of them due to electrocution, in Odisha’s Bargarh and Sambalpur districts, officials said today.

While two female elephants died after coming in contact with electric wire at Junani village in Ambabhana block under Bargarh Forest Division yesterday, another jumbo was today found dead in Badrama forest of Bamra Forest Division in Sambalpur district, they said. After the electrocution incident in Bargarh yesterday, forest officials rushed to the spot to inquire into the matter. “The elephants died after coming in contact with electric wire which was laid by unidentified people to kill wild boar,” Divisional Forest Officer, Hirakud Wildlife Division, Sudeep Nayak, said

http://www.freepressjournal.in/three-eleph...dead-in-odisha/


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Elephant electrocuted in Dooars!

Last year, the West Bengal forest department had lodged police complaints against some villagers in north Bengal for allegedly electrocuting two elephants.

So, police is not ruling out any foul play in the incident.

http://thekolkatapost.com/elephant-electrocuted-in-dooars/


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Six elephants electrocuted in three months in Odisha

“Apart from strengthening mechanism for collecting intelligence input for preventing deaths due to traps, the Forest department must establish proper coordination with power utilities so that electrocution deaths could be checked,” he maintained.Out of 431 elephant deaths since 2009-10, 63 have been categorised as electrocution deaths. This year, 22 elephant deaths have been reported. Six are due to electrocution. In 2011, two full-grown elephants had died when they came in contact with sagging live wire in Telekoi of Keonjhar district. Subsequently, energy department had been frequently reminded about strengthening power infrastructure so that precious elephant lives could be saved. But there has been no visible improvement in the infrastructure.

http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/othe...icle7802125.ece


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2 Held for Death of 2 Elephants

BARGARH :Bargarh Forest Division personnel arrested two persons on Sunday while three others are reportedly absconding in connection with the electrocution of two female elephants at Junani village in Ambabhana block under Bargarh Forest Division. Those arrested are Gunanidhi Naik and Ganesh Dharua of Junani village. The villagers spotted the carcasses of the elephants on Friday morning and alerted the forest officials. It is learnt that the elephants were killed after they came in contact with live wire. The elephants walked into a trap laid for hunting wild boars using live wire.

http://www.newindianexpress.com/states/odi...icle3098020.ece


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Forest, electricity depts blamed for elephant deaths

Bargarh/Ambabhona, Oct 27: A high-level probe Tuesday began into the death of two female elephants at Junani in Dechuan forest under Ambabhona block of Bargarh district.

http://www.orissapost.com/forest-electrici...lephant-deaths/


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Act Against Illegal Electricity Users to Save Elephants, Discoms Told

BHUBANESWAR: The Wildlife Wing on Wednesday pitched in for stringent action against people using illegal hooking from electricity supply lines which have proved a death trap for elephants in the State. It has asked discoms to book offenders under Electricity Act and register FIRs with Energy police stations.

Chief Wildlife Warden SS Srivastava convened a meeting with Cesu authorities as well as Energy Department officials following a spate of elephant electrocution deaths. In the last two months, at least six elephants have been electrocuted. In the last seven years, 69 elephants have died by way of electrocution - both deliberate and accidental. A majority of the electrocution deaths is reported from the jurisdiction of Cesu.

http://www.newindianexpress.com/states/odi...icle3102945.ece


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Forest dept plans more squads in areas under Kurseong forest division

The forest department plans to set up some more elephant squads with help and participation from villagers in areas that fall under the Kurseong forest division (KFD) to prevent man elephant conflict, especially elephant depredation and prevent the practice of killing the jumbos by electrocuting them.

http://www.thestatesman.com/news/bengal/fo...ion/101245.html


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