Siegfried & Roy successfully exact revenge:
Indian forest officials and state governments have been scandalised at news that there is not a single tiger left in one of the countryÃ¢Â€Â™s main wildlife reserves…Manmohan Singh, IndiaÃ¢Â€Â™s low-key prime minister, has belatedly leapt to the defence of the national symbol, dispatching detectives to Rajasthan and setting up a national wildlife crime prevention bureau. It is almost certainly too late, however, to save IndiaÃ¢Â€Â™s tiger economy. [Financial Times]
Not to point fingers, but detectives should take a gander at car seat covers in New Jersey. They need look no further to determine the fate of their precious tigers.
Financial Times: Scandal of Indian tigers that disappeared