A blue-bull (neelgai) was killed after being hit by a speeding vehicle in Sariska Tiger Reserve on Sunday.

Alwar: The polygraph test on Parsadi Lal Gujjar in Sariska tiger death case is out. The suspect reportedly confessed that he had taken away the whiskers from the carcass of the tiger. However, he did not throw any light on the killer.

Alwar: The suspect in the Sariska tiger killing case will undergo a brain mapping test, a wildlife official said here on Wednesday.

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Jaipur/Alwar: It was another relocation bid that went awry.

Alwar/Jaipur: A polygraph test later, it is likely to be be brain mapping and a narco test for suspect Parsadi Lal Gujjar in the tiger death case of Sariska.

Alwar/Jaipur: The man suspected in the killing of male tiger ST-1 at the Sariska tiger reserve, Parsadilal Gujjar, was on Wednesday taken to the CBI's Centre for Forensic laboratory for a polygraphy test. The test will ascertain the extent to which the suspect is involved in the poisoning of the tiger.

The death of a tiger last month, two and a half years after it was brought to Sariska, proves the National Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan is not safe for the big cat. The death also brought to light little action has been taken on the recommendations of the Tiger Task Force, set up in 2005 to look at tiger conservation in the country.

The CBI will conduct a polygraph test on the key accused in the recent killing of a tiger in Sariska.
State forest officials said Parsadi Lal, arrested in this case, would be taken to Delhi on Wednesday for questioning in the case.
Parsadi, a resident of Kalakhet village, was nabbed by forest officials on the suspicion of being involved in poisoning tiger ST1, found dead on November 15.

Arvind Singh Thanagazi
As a forest fire approached the Kyara village, situated in vicinity of Sariska Tiger Reserve, officials of state forest department and district administration of Alwar locked horns, each shirking responsibility.
According to villagers, the forest fire started in the bushes near Thanagazi on Sunday but the authorities were clueless even after 48 hours as the fire kept ragin