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Ban on public smoking doesn't help tobacco addicts in quitting, says study

Mar 04, 2015

Ban on public smoking doesn't help tobacco addicts in quitting, says study

Ban on smoking in public spaces may not motivate smokers to light up less behind their own closed doors or quit altogether, a new Canadian study has claimed. #Health #Tobacco #Smoking #Cigarettes #HealthBuzz #Nicotine #ban on smoking #Public smoking
India a champion in controlling tobacco marketing in films: WHO

Feb 27, 2015

India a champion in controlling tobacco marketing in films: WHO

The World Health Organisation lauded India's tobacco control mechanisms, calling the country a "champion" for curbing "tobacco marketing in films". #World #Bollywood #India #Films #UN #TheySaidIt #WHO #Tobacco #Smoking #World Health Organisation #Cigarettes
California lawmaker seeks to ban chewing tobacco in baseball

Feb 24, 2015

California lawmaker seeks to ban chewing tobacco in baseball

Major League Baseball players would be banned from using chewing tobacco at games in California under a bill expected to be introduced in the state legislature on Tuesday, the first in a nationwide campaign planned by anti-tobacco activists. #California #Tobacco #SportsTracker #chewing tobacco
Inspired by RR Patil's death, Maharashtra home minister vows to rid state of tobacco

Feb 18, 2015

Inspired by RR Patil's death, Maharashtra home minister vows to rid state of tobacco

After RR Patil passed away at the age of 57 due to oral cancer, the new Maharashtra Home Minister has declared war against tobacco products. #India #BJP #NewsTracker #Mumbai #Maharashtra CM #Maharashtra #RR Patil #Tobacco #Oral cancer #Deepak Sawant #Maharashtra Health Minister
Exports contract by 11.19% to $24 bn in Jan, gems and jewellery disappoint

Feb 13, 2015

Exports contract by 11.19% to $24 bn in Jan, gems and jewellery disappoint

Imports declined by 11.39 percent to $32.2 billion during the month under review, leaving a trade deficit of $8.32 billion, according to the data released by the commerce ministry. #Economy #Gold #Rice #NewsTracker #coffee #exports #Tobacco #imports #Tea #Spices