Outlaw LSD in the country

According to published sources, the usage of narcotic hallucinogen lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) is getting increased day by day in the country.People often refer to it as Acid.Because of its stimulating, pleasant, and mind-altering effects (often referred to as a trip) youths are becoming severely hooked to this. There are currently no recognised medical uses for LSD in the nation and also its usage while under a doctor’s care is not generally seen as safe as well. LSD is still listed as a Schedule 1 drug, but there is renewed interest in its potential medicinal use. In the country, it is typically obtained on the streets in wide variety of forms . As per reports, LSD distorts visual perception of shapes, colors alter sounds leads to anxiety, depression, increases heart rate, body temperature and also blood pressure.Its overdose also leads to severe psychosis and even death therefore it’s extremely important to straight away outlaw this drug in the country by the concern.
Dr.Vijaykumar H K, Raichur, Karnataka

Kudos to Aditi
India celebrates as 17-year-old Aditi Gopichand Swami and Ojas Pravin Deotale clinch gold medals in the women’s and men’s individual compound events at the World Archery Championships 2023 in Berlin, Germany. This achievement marks India’s first-ever gold medals in the 92-year history of the World Archery Championships. The Indian contingent secured four medals in total, including three golds and one bronze. Aditi Swami, hailing from a humble background, emerged as the youngest world champion, having also secured gold in the women’s team compound event. Ojas Deotale, at 21, became India’s first male archer to claim gold, alongside the women’s compound team. These victories highlight the dedication of the archery team and inspire hopes for future Olympic success.
Bidyut Kumar Chatterjee, Faridabad

Rahul’s Revival
Rahul Gandhi’s reappointment as Wayanad MP, following the Supreme Court’s suspension of his 2019 defamation conviction, marks a pivotal democratic triumph. This underscores the imperative of unrestricted expression in our political sphere. Unjust penalties for opinion expression and legislative discourse have no place. The verdict fortifies faith in democracy and justice, echoing that truth prevails. It’s a clarion call for just treatment of elected representatives.
MK Nair, Raipur


Central Chronicle is daily English Newspaper of Chhattisgarh. Central Chronicle has own website www.centralchronicle.in it is first news website in Chhattisgarh.

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