Tobacco Advertising


'Tobacco Advertising' - 12 News Result(s)

  • No Harm In Pictorial Warnings For Tobacco Products: Supreme Court Rules

    No Harm In Pictorial Warnings For Tobacco Products: Supreme Court Rules

    The Supreme Court today refused to stay the operation of new amended rules of the Union Health Ministry directing the manufacturers to have graphic warning images on packets of cigarettes and other tobacco products and helpline numbers for those who wanted to quit the habit.

  • Tobacco Product Retailers Seek Roll Back Of 85% Pictorial Warnings

    Tobacco Product Retailers Seek Roll Back Of 85% Pictorial Warnings

    Over 1,000 retailers of tobacco products on Thursday protested outside the Union Health Ministry office here, demanding reduction in the size of the graphical health warnings on cigarette packets.

  • China Chokes as Tobacco Profits a Tough Habit to Quit

    China Chokes as Tobacco Profits a Tough Habit to Quit

    In the tobacco-producing heartland of China -- the world's largest cigarette market -- smoking is commonplace at work, in taxis and even in hospitals.

  • Delhi Government Acts Tough Against Tobacco Advertisements

    Delhi Government Acts Tough Against Tobacco Advertisements

    Delhi Government has written to various tobacco companies asking them to remove advertisement boards from shops and warned them against free distribution of boards or counters having tobacco ads among vendors.

  • Kerala to ban tobacco advertisements

    Kerala to ban tobacco advertisements

    Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy today said advertising of tobacco products would soon be banned in the state in keeping with Section 5 of the Indian Tobacco Control Act, 2003.

  • Ban Tobacco Advertising to Reduce Consumption: WHO

    Ban Tobacco Advertising to Reduce Consumption: WHO

    Banning tobacco advertising and sponsorship is one of the most cost-effective ways to reduce tobacco consumption, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO)."A comprehensive ban on all tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship could decrease...

  • Russia launches anti-smoking crackdown

    Russia launches anti-smoking crackdown

    Russia launched a crackdown on smoking on Tuesday with a bill to ban tobacco advertising and raise taxes on cigarettes to help tackle a public health crisis in the world's second largest tobacco market after China.

  • Two-thirds of Indonesian men smoke, tops in world

    Indonesian men rank as the world's top smokers, with two out of three of them lighting up in a country where cigarettes cost pennies and tobacco advertising is everywhere.

  • Tobacco ads everywhere, why isolate Metro: DMRC

    Tobacco ads everywhere, why isolate Metro: DMRC

    Reacting to a letter by an anti-tobacco advocacy group on display of tobacco advertisements at various Metro stations in the capital, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has said that gutka and cigarette ads are everywhere, and "the Metro should not be blamed in isolation".

  • John Terry resemblance prompts govt to pick new image for cigarette packs

    John Terry resemblance prompts govt to pick new image for cigarette packs

    On every packet of cigarettes sold in India since December last year, a photograph of a man with cloudy lungs accompanies the warning "Smoking Kills." The man is in silhouette. Now, that picture has to change, after complaints that it was based on an internet photo of English footballer John Terry. Sources say that tobacco company Godfrey Philips ...

  • Ban on smoking and tobacco ads at Euro 2012

    Ban on smoking and tobacco ads at Euro 2012

    Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) has imposed a ban on smoking and tobacco advertising at next year's European Championship Euro 2012 in Poland and Ukraine.

  • Is Web the new platform for tobacco advertisements?

    It's been nearly 40 years since cigarette advertisements on television and radio were banned in the US, and earlier this summer new regulations went into effect prohibiting tobacco companies from sponsoring events, but now the tobacco industry may have found a new, unregulated medium to advertise on - the Internet. A study released this week descri...

'Tobacco Advertising' - 12 News Result(s)

  • No Harm In Pictorial Warnings For Tobacco Products: Supreme Court Rules

    No Harm In Pictorial Warnings For Tobacco Products: Supreme Court Rules

    The Supreme Court today refused to stay the operation of new amended rules of the Union Health Ministry directing the manufacturers to have graphic warning images on packets of cigarettes and other tobacco products and helpline numbers for those who wanted to quit the habit.

  • Tobacco Product Retailers Seek Roll Back Of 85% Pictorial Warnings

    Tobacco Product Retailers Seek Roll Back Of 85% Pictorial Warnings

    Over 1,000 retailers of tobacco products on Thursday protested outside the Union Health Ministry office here, demanding reduction in the size of the graphical health warnings on cigarette packets.

  • China Chokes as Tobacco Profits a Tough Habit to Quit

    China Chokes as Tobacco Profits a Tough Habit to Quit

    In the tobacco-producing heartland of China -- the world's largest cigarette market -- smoking is commonplace at work, in taxis and even in hospitals.

  • Delhi Government Acts Tough Against Tobacco Advertisements

    Delhi Government Acts Tough Against Tobacco Advertisements

    Delhi Government has written to various tobacco companies asking them to remove advertisement boards from shops and warned them against free distribution of boards or counters having tobacco ads among vendors.

  • Kerala to ban tobacco advertisements

    Kerala to ban tobacco advertisements

    Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy today said advertising of tobacco products would soon be banned in the state in keeping with Section 5 of the Indian Tobacco Control Act, 2003.

  • Ban Tobacco Advertising to Reduce Consumption: WHO

    Ban Tobacco Advertising to Reduce Consumption: WHO

    Banning tobacco advertising and sponsorship is one of the most cost-effective ways to reduce tobacco consumption, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO)."A comprehensive ban on all tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship could decrease...

  • Russia launches anti-smoking crackdown

    Russia launches anti-smoking crackdown

    Russia launched a crackdown on smoking on Tuesday with a bill to ban tobacco advertising and raise taxes on cigarettes to help tackle a public health crisis in the world's second largest tobacco market after China.

  • Two-thirds of Indonesian men smoke, tops in world

    Indonesian men rank as the world's top smokers, with two out of three of them lighting up in a country where cigarettes cost pennies and tobacco advertising is everywhere.

  • Tobacco ads everywhere, why isolate Metro: DMRC

    Tobacco ads everywhere, why isolate Metro: DMRC

    Reacting to a letter by an anti-tobacco advocacy group on display of tobacco advertisements at various Metro stations in the capital, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has said that gutka and cigarette ads are everywhere, and "the Metro should not be blamed in isolation".

  • John Terry resemblance prompts govt to pick new image for cigarette packs

    John Terry resemblance prompts govt to pick new image for cigarette packs

    On every packet of cigarettes sold in India since December last year, a photograph of a man with cloudy lungs accompanies the warning "Smoking Kills." The man is in silhouette. Now, that picture has to change, after complaints that it was based on an internet photo of English footballer John Terry. Sources say that tobacco company Godfrey Philips ...

  • Ban on smoking and tobacco ads at Euro 2012

    Ban on smoking and tobacco ads at Euro 2012

    Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) has imposed a ban on smoking and tobacco advertising at next year's European Championship Euro 2012 in Poland and Ukraine.

  • Is Web the new platform for tobacco advertisements?

    It's been nearly 40 years since cigarette advertisements on television and radio were banned in the US, and earlier this summer new regulations went into effect prohibiting tobacco companies from sponsoring events, but now the tobacco industry may have found a new, unregulated medium to advertise on - the Internet. A study released this week descri...

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