上海商务模特,商务模特网,上海指压推油 – Powered By umpire!

Useanti-drugfundforde-addictionMinistry

Use anti-drug fund for de-addiction: Ministry

Will India face sanctions for S-400? Worldview with Suhasini Haidar

Use anti-drug fund for de-addiction: Ministry

Policing must not be the sole focus, says official

Policing must not be the sole focus, says official

The Social Justice and Empowerment Ministry has recently recommended that the National Fund to Control Drug Abuse be used to carry out de-addiction programmes, rather than just policing activities, a top Ministry official said on Sunday.

R. Subrahmanyam, Secretary, Department of Social Justice and Empowerment, said the fund, which was created in accordance with a provision of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985, had a nominal corpus of Rs. 23 crore.

It is being used only for policing activities. We recently proposed to add de-addiction to it, Mr. Subrahmanyam said.

He added that a proposal to decriminalise possession of small quantities of drugs, as defined in the NDPS Act, had also been sent to the Department of Revenue under the Finance Ministry. He said his department, which is tasked with conducting de-addiction programmes, would then intervene and have the persons caught with small quantities of drugs for personal use directed to rehab, instead of being prosecuted and sent to jail. Mr. Subrahmanyam said the department had a Rs. 250 crore annual budget for its de-addiction activities.

A retired IPS officer and Deputy Commissioner of Police of the Delhi Police Crime Branch from 1985 to 1990, at a time the NDPS Act was implemented, Amod Kanth, said the Act itself intended to do what the Social Justice Ministry has suggested.

I agree with their proposal to decriminalise possession of small quantities. The intention of the law is not what the NCB is doing today, he said, in reference to the NCBs recent case against Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khans son Aryan Khan.

All is not well in Punjab unit, says Rawat

IIScs solutions to generate more oxygen take off

Vehicle taxation, incentives should be based on energy efficiency

A flight to remember for Dayanidhi Maran

Reserve 50% beds for COVID patients

FIR against private hospital in Kanpur

Arrangements in place for uninterrupted supply of oxygen, medicines: Haryana CM

Northeastern States restrict public activities to check COVID-19 surge

Not all deaths getting audited in Odisha

No lockdown in Haryana, announces Chief Minister

At 2,535, Maharashtra logs lowest daily count in over five months

India must focus more on public health than defence: Kamal Haasan

KWA to ensure 24-hour drinking water supply

Ola to pay Rs. 30,000 to drivers who test positive

TN Guidance Bureau restructured to bring in more investments

India will always remain grateful to Subhas Chandra Bose: PM Modi

Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020: PM Modi to interact with students on Monday

Bhim Army chief Chandrashekar Azad visits Jama Masjid

NHRC team visits Jamia Millia Islamia University to record statements of injured students

Jamia students gherao Vice Chancellors office

Mark my words: Rahul Gandhis farm laws remarks at Madurai goes viral

Narendra Modi government relents, decides to spike farm laws

Analysis Farms laws repeal decision seen as fallout of farmer protests in poll-bound U.P., Punjab

Three farm laws will be repealed, says PM Modi

Christian Michel urges U.K. to impose sanctions against India

More support pours in for Jumma namaz in Gurugram

Industry expresses disappointment after Centre notifies higher GST rates for textiles, clothing

Uber mobility demand rising as lockdowns end

Govt. puts on sale MTNL, BSNL assets at base price of ₹970 crore

Nihangs share in the joy of farmer brothers

All Rajasthan Ministers resign ahead of Cabinet reshuffle

Dont share stage with Ajay Mishra, Priyanka urges PM

Investors pave way for IRB to raise ₹5,347-cr.

Plea in Supreme Court seeks full-fledged hearing for Delhi pollution

U.S. seeks balance as fears grow Russia may invade Ukraine

Mob thrashes five in Tripura after child abduction rumour

Taliban begin paying salaries to govt. staff

Protests against COVID curbs turn violent in Netherlands

Sudanese call for mass anti-coup protests as death toll rises to 40

Direct Government to provide sign language interpreters, activist tells Supreme Court

Fight not over, MSP law needed: Rashtriya Lok Dal

Most wanted militant killed in Kulgam

Reliance, Saudi Aramco to re-evaluate investment proposal

Mundra Port drug seizure Big haul, small fish and a dead end

Analysis Farms laws repeal decision seen as fallout of farmer protests in poll-bound U.P., Punjab

Industry expresses disappointment after Centre notifies higher GST rates for textiles, clothing

Mark my words: Rahul Gandhis farm laws remarks at Madurai goes viral

Narendra Modi government relents, decides to spike farm laws

Three farm laws will be repealed, says PM Modi

Christian Michel urges U.K. to impose sanctions against India

computing and information technology

Leave a Reply