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May 30, 2018
Most of 2,700 smokers who will die in next 24 hours tried to quit but failed, say expertsOf the 13 countries the Foundation surveyed, the majority of smokers in each consider themselves addicted to cigarette, ranging from 60 percent in India to 91 percent in Japan.
Jan 30, 2018
Blow to tobacco cos: With Roman law doctrine, govt moves to stub out industry rightsIf applied, the doctrine - which harkens back to Roman law - would have far-reaching implications -- in denying the tobacco industry’s legal standing to trade, it gives authorities more leeway to impose restrictions.
Nov 01, 2017
Perks of being a non-smoker: Japanese firms to give more vacation time to employees who don't puffNon-smoking employees at one Japanese firm are getting six additional days' holiday to compensate for the time their colleagues spend puffing away at work
Jun 01, 2017
Survey says 69 percent Indians feel warning on cigarettes packs doesn't matterAbout 59 per cent Indians feel banning the sale of loose cigarettes will discourage smoking while 69 per cent debunked the role of warning images on tobacco packs in reducing smoking, according to a survey.
Jun 11, 2016
Up in smoke: Kim Jong-Un keeps puffing despite North Korea's anti-smoking campaignA North Korean anti-smoking campaign has apparently failed to persuade young leader Kim Jong-Un to quit, despite his late father's warning that "a cigarette is like a gun aiming at your heart".
Feb 24, 2016
Sunny Leone urges youngsters not to pick up cigaretteSunny Leone took part in an informative advertisement titled, '11 minutes' that also stars Alok Nath and Deepak Dhobrial
Jan 17, 2013
Smoking in movies: Beware, beware, no one caresNext time you are the movies, brace yourself for a special treat: Your favourite star lecturing you on the perils of smoking. But don't worry. It won't make you want to quit.