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
The concept of national security, keeps evolving and changing, bringing new threats and challenges, which are transnational in nature and has the innate ability to worsen.
All great people have their own faults. But the faults do not make great people. The lessons learnt from them make them great, writes Dr. Charles Lobo
Methaqualone is a sedative drug which is sold as Mandrax in some countries and Quaaludes in the US
I remember, when I was in class 5 at St Aloysius Higher Primary School, Mangaluru, our Kannada teacher would take us to the playground (then known as ‘Sand Pit’) and take up classes there. As young students, the experience was unique as we were made to sit under a tree for our Kannada lessons.
New psychoactive substances are growing at an alarming rate causing a threat to the public health, writes Dr. G. Shreekumar Menon and Dr. Nirmal Krishnan
If consumed regularly in heavy doses, it becomes difficult for the user to quit the drug due to withdrawal symptoms...
Draupadi Murmu has become the 15th president of India in a historic win that has seen a politician from an indigenous community take the country’s highest elective office for the first time.
Elevera Britto was the famed captain of the national team in the ’60s and was presented the Arjuna Award’ in 1965.
Rohypnol is banned in India but it is available in the grey markets, as also on the Darknet, hence a big challenge for enforcement agencies...
India is a big producer of Ketamine, as also organic and synthetic licit opiate/psychotropic pharmaceuticals...
Prof. Narendra Nayak recounts his encounters with the corrupt