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Jul 10, 2018
Punjab govt employees who test positive for drugs will be treated not punished, says CM Amarinder SinghPunjab chief minister Amarinder Singh on Monday made it clear that government employees who are found positive in the dope test to be conducted on them would not be punished or sacked but would be provided treatment.
Jul 06, 2018
Punjab government instructs doctors to give priority treatment to drug addicts admitted in hospitalsIn any reported case of dereliction of duty on this front, strict departmental action would be initiated against the erring civil surgeon, Brahm Mohindra,Punjab's Health and Family Welfare Minister, said.
Jan 24, 2018
Punjab's drug menace: Secrecy renders women substance abusers 'invisible', stigma makes treatment near impossibleDespite the easy availability of drugs in Punjab, empirical data available on drug use seems to indicate that women appear to have resisted the urge to use drugs.
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 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 10, 2016
Udta Punjab, Nihalani, Nehru and the case for less censorship in a democracyWhat has escaped attention during the boiling outrage over Udta Punjab is the bizarre state of film censorship in India.
Jun 09, 2016
Modi has covertly ensured 'Udta Punjab' is banned, claims CongressCongress on Thursday latched on to the comments of the censor board chief in the row over film "Udta Punjab" to allege that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has "covertly ensured" that it be banned or "at least neutered" to hide the scale of the drug problem there.