Rakesh Asthana says that the agency is going to be relentless in its pursuit of the Rhea Chakraborty case till it reaches the root of the illicit drug racket
Cultivation of cannabis is illegal, but consuming bhang made from it isn’t. Time for India to recast its drug laws, make them practical?
Amidst the clutter of angry accusations, finger-wagging denials and rampant rumours, the Sushant case brings Bollywood’s drug use...
Substance abuse among children as young as 14 is fuelled by easy access. But there’s more to it than meets the eye.
The foreign presence that made the hills and valleys of Kullu a byword for hashish has been disrupted by Covid. Some local voices...
Medicine misuse or abuse of prescription drugs like opioids is alarmingly huge, unregulated and growing
Being drawn to addictive substances is a normal psychological response from teenagers: a part of curiosity, and problem-solving...
Bihar CM woos Yadavs as he sets out to dismantle friend-turned-foe’s long dominance over community
It’s not a digital gap, but a chasm. Who will fall into it? Students who bear the multiple burdens of poverty, caste and gender.
Gandhis show who’s the boss as ‘rebels’ are cut to size in recent reshuffles in AICC and CWC after letter bomb.
Why farmers are agitating against the Centre’s ordinance route to reorganising India’s system of agricultural marketing
Tamil Nadu officials loot money meant for small farmers under the PM Kisan scheme.
Haldi milk, gilory juice, tulsi tea, vitamin C chewies—there’s more than you can chew in the immunity booster market.
The AGP was seen as a ‘traitor’. So its original crucible, AASU—the student body at the heart of the Assam agitation of the ’80s—forms a new party with an anti-CAA slogan.
‘Robinhood of Bihar’? DGP Gupteshwar Pandey rides on the fame he got with the Sushant Singh Rajput case. Coming soon: a music video…and a political career?
Passing through: A chuckle here, a teardrop there
Actor Adhyayan Suman attempts to make a comeback with his performance in Prakash Jha’s web show 'Ashram', and seeks to emphasise that he has moved on and would not like to hark back to those dark days.
This study busts the persistent myths about colonialism, also detailing how many Britons turned against their empire’s endless oppression