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Live Breaking News, Latest News Updates of December 7: United Nations rejects US bid to condemn Palestinian Hamas

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07th December, 2018 06:11 IST

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BREAKING NEWS OF DECEMBER 7:

6:12 AM: NTCA committee on tigress Avni's death: From reconstruction of movement of T-1 & final position of body of T-1, it was moving away from road&vehicle on its traditional walk path while it was shot. Tigress wasn't aggressive & shown behaviour was natural as it was hit by a dart and they were moving towards the direction of the animal. Tiger's reaction was mistaken&shot was taken in a hurry by inexperienced Asghar Ali Khan. Evidence strongly supports above observation. In view of the facts, the firing in self-defence is doubtful.

6:11 AM: Committee constituted by National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) to inquire death of tigress Avni in Yavatmal, Maharashtra: Drugs used for tranquilizing tiger were handled by non-professionals and unauthorised personnel who are not supposed to handle or use the same.

6:02 AM: United Nations rejects US bid to condemn Palestinian Hamas

5:34 AM: India Vs Australia 1st Test Day 2: India all out at 250 in 88 overs, in Adelaide

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