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Feb 02, 2017
Manipur Election issues: The ascent of Manipur’s women and their descent into drugsA girl child born in Manipur is more likely to not be killed at birth; more likely to be educated; more likely to be working as an adult; more likely to survive childbirth and more likely to not be the victim of crime than in most Indian states,
Feb 02, 2017
Punjab Election 2017: Malnutrition, poor health has taken a toll on the people in the statePunjab faces a double burden of obesity and poor nutrition.
Feb 02, 2017
Punjab's drug abuse menace: Politicians are distorting facts, presenting half-truthsOne of the key issues, if not the most important one, dominating the discussions around this year's Punjab Assembly election is that of drug abuse.
Jan 31, 2017
Punjab Election 2017: Why most NRIs vest their hopes of a positive change in AAPFor Non-Resident Indians, years of living in the West have had them compare its system of governance to that of Punjab.
Dec 17, 2016
Four years since Jyoti Singh's death, yet poor governance fails to protect womenRaped, injured and left to die on a busy Delhi road, her own identity had an anonymous end. Jyoti Singh lives on as Nirbhaya, a reminder that violence lives next door.
Jul 24, 2016
Over 7 lakh youth applying for Punjab police to face dope testBadal said the govt has taken the decision to conduct dope tests on applicants to bring out the reality regarding the drug addiction menace in Punjab.
Jul 03, 2016
After 15-year gap, govt and AIIMS to ascertain the number of drug addictsThe Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, in collaboration with AIIMS, will conduct a survey to compile estimates of those involved in drug abuse.
Jun 27, 2016
Some locals and tourists making drug-peddling a business: Goa CM Laxmikant ParsekarThe Chief Minister appealed to children to act as 'informants' of state police to help in curbing anti-social activities in Goa.
Jun 21, 2016
Punjab drug addiction: Minister dismisses Aiims report, says issue media creationVijay Sampla, the Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment, called the study conducted by Aiims an exaggerated assessment of Punjab's drug problem
Jun 18, 2016
What after 'Udta Punjab'? Drug addiction is real, but here's how we're fighting itUdta Punjab has brought the focus on the problem of widespread drug addiction not only in Punjab, but all over India. But how can the menace be tackled?