On May 10, a Libya-bound ship with 26 million pills of Tramadol, an opioid painkiller presented in doses of 225 mg, way higher than standard prescriptions, and hidden among towels and tablecloths, was apprehended by the Greek authorities in the port of Piraeus. The illegal consignment, worth $13million, was headed for markets across the Middle East. The ship had started its journey in Jawaharlal Nehru Port in Navi Mumbai, more popularly called Nhava Sheva. The Tramadol was made in Amrit