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Cigarette Additives in E-Cigarettes may Harm Efforts to Stub Out the Habit
Med India

Flavoring, other additives increase cigarettes addictiveness

(Reuters Health) - Ingredients that help enhance the appeal of light and low-tar cigarettes may contribute to the addictiveness of smoking, a study suggests. Researchers scoured more than 7 million tobacco industry documents to see how additives ... Reuters, 17 hours ago
Steel Guru

Monnet Ispat to give up coal mine won in auction on tar...

Monnet Ispat to give up coal mine won in auction on tariff cap Published on Fri, 31 Jul 2015 54 times viewed Bloomberg reported that Monnet Ispat & Energy Ltd will relinquish a coal block won in an auction this year because changes ...
 Steel Guru1 day ago
Steel Guru

Vale expects to miss 2015 sulpher dioxide emissions tar...

Vale expects to miss 2015 sulpher dioxide emissions target Published on Thu, 23 Jul 2015 29 times viewed CBC News reported that Nickel giant Vale doesn't expect to meet its sulphur dioxide emission targets this year, a decade after they were ...
 Steel Guru1 week ago

Atlas Iron falls short of $180 million fund raising tar...

Atlas Iron falls short of $180 million fund raising target Published on Tue, 21 Jul 2015 15 times viewed Sydney Morning Herald quoted Atlas Iron MD Mr David Flanagan as saying that it fell short of its $180 million equity raising target ...
 Steel Guru1 week ago

Crisis of confidence: Why Chhattisgarh tribals are afraid of not only Naxals, but also the government

Gun-toting Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel keep a watch as local contractors pave tar roads down the hills and into the jungles.
 Economic Times1 week ago Why Chhattisgarh's tribals are afraid of not only Naxals, but also the government  Economic Times1 week ago

Tar balls: Team to visit affected beaches next week

Tar balls continued to wash ashore on a few more beaches in Candolim and Anjuna in North Goa and the long Salcete coastline, as some locals and tourists tried to grab one last summer bath before the monsoon.
 Times of India1 month ago Various agencies swing into action as tar balls return  Times of India1 month ago Tar balls resurface yet again  Times of India2 months ago
Times of India

BJP gauges political cost of backing Raje

Rajasthan BJP on Thursday rejected the charges against CM Vasundhara Raje as a Congress machination to tar her image by spreading rumours.
 Times of India1 month ago

Stray pup rescued from molten tar, finds new home

A three-month-old pup trapped in tar for more than an hour was rescued by volunteers of People for Cattle in India (PFCI) at Madipakkam, and doctors at the veterinary hospital removed 4.5kg of tar stuck on the dog’s skin after a lengthy procedure.
 Times of India1 month ago

The dream of a clean Delhi with cleaner fuels

I am a foreigner living in Delhi, but unlike some other foreigners i believe it is neither fair nor helpful to tar it as being “among the most populous, polluted, unsanitary and bacterially unsafe cities on earth."
 Economic Times1 month ago

Row a bid to tar NDA’s image, Lalit Modi’s lawyer says

The Sushma Swaraj-Lalit Modi controversy was being stoked up to destabilize the NDA government, which has blemish-free record so far, former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi’s lawyer Mahmood Abdi said in New Delhi on Monday.
 Times of India1 month ago
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