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Prick of death....
…drugs at tender age
09/08/2007

The killer competition that is becoming a norm than exception in today’s world is taking its toll. While some can, many of the rest fail to cope up with the stress & eventually take recourse to substance abuse for the sake of a momentary escape from the clutches of this suffocating environment of peer pressure. This gets accentuated with the availability of such products in the very vicinity. Studies reveal that in India, everyday, more than 6,000 minors try their first cigarette & out of this, almost half of them take to smoking as habit from then on. More than 15 million children are drug addict in India & the worse, the situation gets worse with street children. These street children who are starving to deaths can easily be forced into these habits. Nearly 1,200 children die of drugs abuse. Moreover, children get easily trapped in drugs habits since their bodies are susceptible to changes. A collective effort at global level is needed to tackle the rising apocalypse or else mankind would be known as the pioneer of self destruction. Would it make us proud?

By:- B&E
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