The forest officials tranquilized and captured the Lakhimpur Kheri maneater on Sunday evening at Maharajnagar village in Kheri.

The three-year-old tiger will be brought to the Lucknow Zoo and is expected to reach here on late Sunday night or Monday morning. The captured tiger was tranquilized by Ajan Mazumdar of the Wildlife Trust of India (WTI).

LUCKNOW: The tiger operation might get a boost in the coming week. The top guns from the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) and the Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) are expected to visit the place of action on Monday.

LUCKNOW: The tiger has fortune on its side. Forest official's frantic shot could only hit it on the tail. Foresters failed to trail even the injured tiger but WTI men spotted the feline with a bruised and bleeding tail crouching behind the bushes in Kumarganj forest.

By Subhash Chandra N S,DH News Service,Bangalore:

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