In simple words, the radio collars of six cheetahs in the Kuno National Park were taken off so that veterinarians from the park and experts from Namibia and South Africa could check their health. Five adult cheetahs and three cubs have died at the park since March. Currently, there are eleven cheetahs in an enclosure. The cheetahs whose collars were removed are named Gourav, Shourya, Pavan, Pavak, Asha, and Dheera, and they are in good health. The reason for the health examination was not mentioned. Overall, 20 radio-collared cheetahs were brought to the Kuno National Park from Namibia and South Africa as part of Project Cheetah, and four cubs were born to one of the cheetahs named Jwala. Out of the 24 cats, 8 have died, including 3 young ones. The environment ministry said that 5 out of the 20 adult cheetahs brought from Namibia and South Africa died naturally, and media reports about the cause of death were not based on scientific evidence. They also mentioned plans to support the cheetah project by establishing a research center. The Supreme Court expressed concern about the deaths of 8 cheetahs in less than a year and suggested exploring the option of moving them to other sanctuaries. Please rewrite the text you want me to explain in simpler terms.