The 138th rogue that Dr. Kushal helped capture and return to his owner is Raja, a makhna (tuskless male elephant) belonging to a Nepali farmer from the Indo-Bangladesh border in the high hills of Meghalaya. This rescue required a 12 hour road trip, the last 5 hours of which are off road driving. Dr. Kushal advised his car required a good after care upon completion of this campaign. The medicines used included drugs AES had previously supplied Dr. Kushal. An entire night was spent in the jungle around a fire to save them from the chill. Tea in an improvised tea cup, time spent waiting on a treetop for the rogue, and a charging elephant, is all part of such an operation!