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Tobacco pictorial warnings will be bigger: Government
Times of India

Govt to implement bigger anti-tobacco warnings

nment on Friday indicated that it was committed to increasing the size of pictorial warnings on tobacco products, even as it dismissed the controversial remarks by two BJP members of a parliamentary panel questioning if there is a link between ... New Delhi Pioneer, 10 hours ago
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Reuters

Amended China law curbs tobacco ads in land of smokers

SHANGHAI, April 25 (Reuters) - China's parliament has passed legislation that restricts tobacco advertising in public, strengthening efforts to curb smoking in a country where more than a billion people are smokers or exposed to second-hand smoke. ...
 Reuters Africa8 hours ago China law curbs tobacco ads in land of smokers  Business Times Singapore2 hours ago REUTERS - Amended China law curbs tobacco ads in land of smokers  Namibia Press Agency6 hours ago
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Govt to increase size of warnings on tobacco products soon

Rubbishing controversial statements made by two BJP MPs questioning if there's a link between tobacco and cancer, the Centre on Friday asserted that it will go ahead with the move to increase the size of pictorial warnings on tobacco products. ...
 India Today9 hours ago
First Post.com

Direct relation between consumption of tobacco and cancer: Union Health Minister

Government on Friday rebutted the controversial statement made by two BJP members of a parliamentary panel questioning the linking of tobacco with cancer, saying there was a direct link between the two.
 DNA21 hours ago In Lok Sabha, government rebuts 2 BJP members who said tobacco and cancer are not linked  NewsR.in1 day ago Govt rebuts 2 BJP members' remarks on tobacco-cancer linkage  Press Trust of India1 day ago Govt Rebuts Two BJP Members' Remarks on Tobacco-Cancer Linkage  Outlook1 day ago
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NDTV

Tobacco, Alcohol Most Common Substances Used by Street Children: Report

Tobacco and alcohol have been found to be most common substances used by street children, Women and Child Development (WCD) Minister Maneka Gandhi informed the Parliament today. According to a study by National Commission for Protection of Child Rights ...
 NDTV22 hours ago `Tobacco, alcohol most common substances used by streetkids`  NewsR.in19 hours ago 'Tobacco, alcohol most common substances used by street kids'  Business Standard22 hours ago Tobacco Alcohol Most Common Substances Used by Street Children Report  New Delhi News.Net15 hours ago
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Tobacco consumption and cancer directly linked, asserts Nadda

Plan to increase pictorial warnings, says Nadda. The government on Friday asserted that there is a direct link between tobacco consumption and cancer, trashing the stand taken by two BJP members of a parliamentary committee on the issue. There ...
 Indian Express15 hours ago Tobacco consumption is linked to cancer: Nadda  Prokerala1 day ago
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Production and Export/Import of Tobacco

The Tobacco Board under the Ministry of Commerce & Industry regulates the production and promotion of export of Flue Cured Virginia (FCV) tobacco in the country. The production and consumption of FCV tobacco in India during last 3 years, state wise is as ...
 PIB22 hours ago Production and disposition of tobacco products, March 2015  Noodls22 hours ago Decrease of 20% to 30% in tobacco production in Bulgaria in 2015: expert  Focus Bulgaria6 days ago

Hawai'i Makes History by Passing Bill to Increase Age of Sale for Tobacco Products to 21

/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is a statement of Matthew L. Myers , President, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids: Today Hawai'i made history with final passage of legislation to prohibit the sale of tobacco products to anyone under the age ...
 Market Pulse Navigator13 hours ago Hawai\\'i Makes History by Passing Bill to Increase Age of Sale for Tobacco Products to 21  Asian Hospital & Healthcare Management7 hours ago Hawaii Makes History by Passing Bill to Increase Age of Sale for Tobacco Products to 21  Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids10 hours ago
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Substance abuse common among street children: Study

Tobacco and alcohol followed by cannabis and inhalants, sedatives, heroin and opium are the most common items of substance abuse among children on streets, according to a study by the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights.Some of the findings of ...
 Prokerala20 hours ago
First Post.com

India vows to press tobacco companies for bigger health warnings

NEW DELHI, April 24 (Reuters) - India is committed to boosting the size of health warnings on tobacco products, the government said on Friday, seeking to deflect criticism for delaying tougher new packaging rules beyond a deadline of April 1. ...
 CNBC1 day ago Government Vows to Press Tobacco Companies for Bigger Health Warnings  NDTV Profit22 hours ago India vows to press tobacco cos for bigger health warnings  Money Control1 day ago REUTERS - India vows to press tobacco companies for bigger health warnings  Namibia Press Agency1 day ago
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