The government of India, needs to come out with a policy document, outlining specifically the national policy on medical cannabis and its usage, writes Dr. G. Shreekumar Menon
Given the experience which Sudhir Shetty a three-time corporator has, citizens are hoping he would certainly make things better in the port city.
Those consuming drug laced chocolates, ice-creams and other bakery products are at great risk of overconsumption and ingestion of cannabis edibles.
Drug laced sweets and chocolates are a new threat for parents to worry about when their children take food from bakeries, sweet shops and snack joints
Globally, there are 33 countries that prescribe death penalty for drug related offences, and out of these 9 countries impose mandatory death penalty for drug offences
Will the Anti-Communal Wing that has started functioning in the city instill the fear of law among anti-social elements that resort to moral policing and such other disruptive acts aimed at creating communal unrest?
NCB has red-flagged Mumbai as the cocaine capital of India saying that other metropolitan cities are not lagging behind with the drug mafia spreading its tentacles in India
There is absolutely no doubt that the deciding factor in this years elections would be toss between the admiration for a leader or an ideology versus putting food on the table, writes Chris Emmanuel Dsouza
If elected representatives concentrate on eradicating drug abuse, for which purpose it is important to include an agenda “Drug free Karnataka” in every election manifesto, writes Dr. G. Shreekumar Menon
Educational hubs like Mangaluru will have to constantly innovate as the classrooms of tomorrow will be using robots, artificial intelligence, and big data to enhance learning outcomes...
Fears of a water crisis is looming large not only in Mangaluru but across the district. It is high time efficient water management and storage measures are initiated throughout the year.
There is also a pressing need for a uniform national policy about drug abuse that forbids possession, trafficking and consumption of drugs of abuse within the educational institution premises...
Controlling the scourge of narcotics on the young generation needs to be the collective responsibility of parents, educational institutions, Police, and all elected representatives of that area
We need to be more serious about the drug problem prevalent in our educational institutions and the increasing number of students becoming prey to drugs, writes Dr. G. Shreekumar Menon