Just yesterday, a teacher in Bengaluru got busted with 127 kgs of cannabis on him, claiming he had to sell it to sustain his family in the pandemic.
India Is Cracking Down on Cannabis. Here’s What That Means for the Movement Fighting To Legalise It.
As India’s Narcotics Control Bureau arrests celebrities and dealers for possessing and peddling weed, we look into how the mainstream media’s vilification of recreational and medical cannabis users affects those fighting to legalise the plant.
Controversy Over Rhea Chakraborty’s Alleged Drug Use Perpetuates Dangerous Stereotype That Drug Users Are Immoral and Evil
Some mainstream media channels are linking the actor’s suggestive WhatsApp chats on recreational use of cannabis and MDMA to allegations that she abetted late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide.
Experts and advocates told us that Thailand faces hurdles as it tries to seed a medical marijuana empire.
We look into whether hitting the accelerator after hitting the blunt is in any way better than drunk driving.
Since the enforcement of lockdown, India’s drug busts are seeing higher quantities of opium and marijuana as dealers attempt to smuggle drugs through creative ways.
We asked experts why cooking with cannabis can sometimes lead to an ER visit.
A wave of investigations unleashed by Attorney General Bill Barr last year cost companies millions, torpedoed deals, and scared off investors.
The new legislation makes it easier for patients in the state of Queensland to get medical cannabis.
They also seized weed worth over two million rupees.
A sanctuary called the “Holy of Holies” offers “the earliest evidence for the use of cannabis in the Ancient Near East.” Who was the Kingdom of Judah’s pot dealer?