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Dalmia Group forays into diagnostics space

The Dalmia Group, which has diverse business interests such as textiles and tobacco as well as healthcare, has now foraying into the diagnostics space with the launch of Dalmia Medicare on Wednesday. The company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dalmia Biz, is ... Business Line, 2 hours ago

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Include tobacco farmers, industry in WHO FCTC conference:TII

Tobacco Institute of India (TII),has asked the government to include the tobacco farmers andindustry stakeholders in the official Indian delegation forWHO FCTC Conference of Parties, to enable them to representtheir side.
 Money Control11 hours ago

Tobacco Institute seeks farmer, industry representation in COP 7

Institute says anti-tobacco lobbying has led to drop in demand for locally grown crop, impacting livelihood of Indian farmers
 Business Standard1 day ago

Tobacco farmers seek representation at talks

Tobacco farmers have appealed to the Centre to allow them to take part in the upcoming Framework Convention on Tobacco Controls (FCTC) Conference of Parties (COP7) meeting, scheduled to be held in India. The World Health Organization (WHO) is holding the ...
 Business Line1 week ago Allow us to take part in WHO meet: Tobacco farmers  Business Line1 week ago Allow tobacco farmers to participate in WHO convention: FAIFA  Business Standard1 week ago
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On the rise, tobacco use and lung cancer

Lung cancer is on the rise in Bengal but smokers and other tobacco users in the state cannot care less, figures presented by an oncologist from Mumbai's Tata Memorial Hospital suggest. Pankaj Chaturvedi, a head and neck surgeon, drove home the point with two ...
 The Telegraph2 days ago

HC begins hearing on petitions against bigger pictorial warning on tobacco packs

The Karnataka High Court on Wednesday began hearing on petitions filed in five different High Courts across the country questioning the new rules enhancing the area for displaying health warning to 85 per cent from 40 per cent of the principal area on the ...
 The Hindu6 days ago 85% warning on tobacco packs: HC begins hearing  Deccan Herald6 days ago
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Bill to ban loose cigarette, beedi sale introduced in HP House

To deter youngsters and the general public from tobacco consumption, a bill seeking ban on sale of loose cigarettes and beedis and regulation of its retail business and that of other tobacco products in Himachal Pradesh was introduced in the ...
 Business Standard5 days ago Sale of loose cigarettes in Pune: Anti-tobacco campaign to look into fair price hoardings  Indian Express2 weeks ago Himachal Pradesh bill to ban sale of loose cigarettes  Prokerala5 days ago
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FDI in tobacco sector cannot be encouraged: Nirmala

FDI in tobacco sector cannot be encouraged because of public health reasons and also it would be against India's commitment to the WHO, Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today said. She said it is a health affecting sector and the ...
 Business Standard6 days ago

NGO plea to stop illegal tobacco sale

The All Assam Unnayan Parishad, an NGO, today demanded the state government take immediate steps to prevent the illegal sale of tobacco in the state. It also wants the government to initiate strict measures against gambling in the state. The group claimed ...
 The Telegraph6 days ago

Tobacco farmers' lobby group demands inclusion in upcoming WHO conference

The lobbying body claimed the decisions on tobacco control at WHO's COP7 conference in India will affect the livelihoods of millions of tobacco farmers and farm labour
 Business Standard1 week ago
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