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Can we at least smoke ganja in Hindustan? - Palash Mehrotra

Possession and sale of ganja and hashish is a criminal offence in India. Yet its scientific name is Cannabis indica. No Mahashivratri and Holi celebrations are complete without it. 1,164 more words


A few things I learnt while waiting for my work visa...

Eight days ago I was sitting in my sister’s kitchen in the north of England going out of my mind with anxiety and watching the rain bucket down on her garden. 2,335 more words


Save money on Notarisation

Notarisation is a scam and completely unnecessary in many cases.

What do I mean by this?

Well, simply put, no one, not your employer in the foreign country where you want to teach, not the Legalisation Office of your home government, nor you, nor your solicitor/notary is able to, or even claims to be able to, verify the authenticity of your documents. 210 more words


Drugs: A Logical Step Towards Legalisation

I’ve written a few posts on this blog relating to drugs and my opinions on them and for those who have read them before, you’ll know that I stand very much on the side of legalisation. 3,146 more words


EUROPEAN UNION – New Regulation Simplifies the Recognition of Public Documents Across the EU

Regulation (EU) 2016/191, published on 26 July 2016, aims at promoting free movement of citizens by simplifying the requirements for submitting certain public documents issued in one European Union (EU) country in another EU country. 92 more words

Immigration Alerts

Challenging widespread perceptions of dagga use

Who smokes weed? Why do these people use it? What effect does weed have on society? What do we do about this drug “problem”? These are some of the questions that are often answered with stereotypes and misconceptions, either by ourselves or the people around us based on a lack of knowledge or being misinformed. 564 more words

Challenging Perceptions

Fields Of Green for all

“At the end of Matric in 2004 I took a trip to Europe and during that trip I visited Amsterdam,” says attorney Paul-Michael Keichel. “Not only did I smoke some very high-grade cannabis and enjoy it, I found myself in a very functional society in which people go about their business the sky doesn’t fall.” 1,019 more words

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