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Over 3 Lakh Drug Addicts Treated In Punjab In 2018: Police

Over 3 Lakh Drug Addicts Treated In Punjab In 2018: Police

Over three lakh drug addicts were treated in Punjab in 2018 and more than 63,000 people are currently being treated, out of which 25,000 are heroin addicts, a top police official said on Tuesday.

Over 3 Lakh Drug Addicts Treated In Punjab In 2018: Police

Punjab's New Challenge: Getting Hooked Off De-Addiction Drug

Punjab's New Challenge: Getting Hooked Off De-Addiction Drug

Six crore tablets of buprenorphine (combined with naloxone) were consumed in the state in 2017. A report by Punjab’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) indicates that the medicine has emerged as an addiction.

Punjab's New Challenge: Getting Hooked Off De-Addiction Drug

Sushma Swaraj Blown Away by Tunisian Woman Who Can Speak 4 Indian Languages, Knows Kathakali

Sushma Swaraj Blown Away by Tunisian Woman Who Can Speak 4 Indian Languages, Knows Kathakali

Maha Gaida from Tunisia participated in the grand finale of 'Bharat Ko Janiye' quiz on Tuesday and impressed Sushma Swaraj with her love for India.

 

Sushma Swaraj Blown Away by Tunisian Woman Who Can Speak 4 Indian Languages, Knows Kathakali

2 Train Passengers Stab Ticker Checker In UP When Asked For Ticket

2 Train Passengers Stab Ticker Checker In UP When Asked For Ticket

The incident occurred in the S10 coach of the Delhi-bound Sapt Kranti Express near Kaptanganj -- around 40 km from Gorakhpur junction -- on Monday evening, the police said.

2 Train Passengers Stab Ticker Checker In UP When Asked For Ticket

Mass Conversions Need To Be Checked Across Country: Rajnath Singh

Mass Conversions Need To Be Checked Across Country: Rajnath Singh

Rajnath Singh said as far as the NDA government is concerned there will not be discrimination against anybody.

Mass Conversions Need To Be Checked Across Country: Rajnath Singh

No Hidden Agenda In Entry Of Women To Sabarimala: Kerala Tells Court

No Hidden Agenda In Entry Of Women To Sabarimala: Kerala Tells Court

It is also practically not possible to ascertain the antecedents and genuineness of all the devotees visiting Sabarimala, the government said.

 

No Hidden Agenda In Entry Of Women To Sabarimala: Kerala Tells Court

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