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A new 'Gandhi' shakes India

A new 'Gandhi' shakes India
Telegraph.co.uk
He dislikes alcohol, cable television, the chewing of paan and the eating
of meat – indeed when three men from his village appeared drunk, he tied
them to a temple pillar and flogged them with his army belt. To his younger
supporters, his old-fashioned ...
<http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/india/8706706/A-new-Gandhi-shakes-India.html>

Drinking and driving: Is driving with a blood alcohol level of .08 or even below ever safe?

BILL: Erik says that when his next door neighbor registered a Blood Alcohol
Level of .10, "even though it was his first time, he ended up with a two
year jail sentence." DR. DAVE: Bill, the two most populous countries in the
world, India and China, ...
<http://www.nydailynews.com/lifestyle/health/2011/08/19/2011-08-19_drinking_and_driving_is_driving_with_a_blood_alcohol_level_of_08_or_even_below_e.html>

Young Koreans visited Pehchaan Radio club Balbhawan Mandi on the occasion of International Day Youth Day

Thirty young Koreans visited Pehchaan Radio club Balbhawan Mandi on the occasion of   International Day Youth Day on 13th Aug . Radio club members and Korean played an exhibition football match. The team were drawn from Koreans and Indian counterparts. Ice breaking games were also organised for better relations and understanding among these young people. radio club members showcased their folk dance and song and finally Yoga exercise. The program was ended up with light refreshment The program was organised by Pehchaan Radio club Nada India and  Balbhawan Mandi .Mr.Suneel Vatsyayan and Ms.Grace facilitated the activities. The cultural program was prepared by Mr.Sanjiv and photography by Mr.Narender. Ms.Pallavi of Nada India coordinated the whole event in consultation with Balbhawan  officer in charge Jawahar Balbhawan Mr.N.S.Bisth. The Korean visit was organised ENECKOREA. 

International Year of Youth  BackgroundIn an effort to harness the energy, imagination and initiative of the worl…

Jet Airways Leads in Tipsy Pilots' List

India This Evening: Jet Airways Leads in Tipsy Pilots' List ..... check before you board 
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Jet Airways Leads in Tipsy Pilots' List: As many as 67 pilots tested
positive during pre-flight alcohol tests since 2009 and nearly one-third of
them are from Jet Airways, the Lok Sabha was informed today. (Source: The
Financial Express) Advani ...
<http://blogs.wsj.com/indiarealtime/2011/08/10/india-this-evening-jet-airways-leads-in-tipsy-pilots-list/>

57 Indian airline pilots found to be 'tipsy' ahead of flying

57 Indian airline pilots found to be 'tipsy' ahead of flying.... Think before you board 
Telegraph.co.uk
Fifty-seven pilots from some of India's most popular airlines were caught
with excessive alcohol levels but only eleven were dismissed. Some were
suspended for three months while others were simply fined or received
warning letters. ...
<http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/8696050/57-Indian-airline-pilots-found-to-be-tipsy-ahead-of-flying.html>

Squabbles mess up mental health survey

Squabbles mess up mental health survey
Calcutta Telegraph
The health ministry had launched the study in 2002 to determine the
prevalence of depression, anxiety, phobias and alcohol and drug abuse
through community surveys in 11 urban and rural sites across India,
ministry officials said. ...
<http://www.telegraphindia.com/1110812/jsp/frontpage/story_14370354.jsp>

Alcohol, drug abuse early can hamper brain development... Imran Khan ji,You must read this article

Alcohol, drug abuse early can hamper brain development
Daily News & Analysis
In India, a study done by Nimhans shows that the average age of starting
alcohol abuse has reduced from 28 years in the 1980s to 17 years in 2007.
The Indian Association of Paediatrics is observing Teens Day on Monday,
focussing on drug and alcohol ...
<http://www.dnaindia.com/health/report_alcohol-drug-abuse-early-can-hamper-brain-development_1571558>

civil society has acted to ensure that the event which promotes the use of tobacco and alcohol amongst youth is dealt with harshly

Congratulations!!!!!............The Delhi Govt with support from civil society has acted to ensure that the event which promotes the use of tobacco and alcohol amongst youth is dealt with harshly and has demonstrated its commitment to upholding the spirit of public health in the country and strengthening India's tobacco control movement. 
<http://www.indiaprwire.com/pressrelease/health-care/2011080193565.htm>