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April-June  2014 |
 Vol 56 | Issue 2

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Moving psychopharmacological drug development to the developing world
For a medical discipline to progress, there should be advances not only in the understanding of disease, but also in the treatment thereof. There were spectacular breakthroughs in the treatment of psy...
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Guest Editorial
Position statement and guideline on media coverage of suicide
Suicide is a major public health problem across the world. It is a multidimensional event which results from a complex interaction of biological, psychological, and environmental factors. Recent India...
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Guest Editorial
Intellectual disability in India: Charity to right based
According to the Census 2001, [1] there are 21 million people with disabilities in India who constitute 2.13% of the total population. In contrast, the National Sample Survey Organization (NSSO) estim...
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Guest Editorial
Gambling addiction in India: Should psychiatrists care?
To the best of our knowledge, gambling addiction, does not occupy a place within mainstream Indian Psychiatry or even addiction psychiatry. This is the case in terms of research, strategy, and treatme...
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Editorial Commentry
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual-5 and dementia: Fine print, finer points
Introduction The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM) revolution has marched on with the unveiling of its most recent achievement, the DSM-5. [1] However, many questions and contro...
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