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  1. "Our hope is that all people born in 2010, later will never start smoking or using nicotine-based products", says health minister
  2. FBR directs tobacco sector to place a track and trace system to identify non-duty paid products
  3. Karan Tacker has an exciting year planned ahead of him, with big projects like Danny, Mumbai Saga and Garjanai. After delivering shows that were massive hits like Special Ops, we can see how he's expanding his work this year. Last year, Karan had taken a brief break from shooting amid the COVID-19 pandemic, however, now that most shoots have begun, he's back at work too. Although Karan Tacker started his career with television shows like Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behna Hai, Rang Badalti Odhani and reality tv shows like Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, he's now clearly experimenting and upgrading his skills at the same time. View this post on Instagram In fact, people also admire Karan's sense of style, an aesthetic that is often appreciated on his Instagram feed as well. Moreover, on his Instagram profile, one can easily find Karan acing all kinds of 'fits ranging from suits, Indian ethnic wear or even athleisure, his take on street style, among the lost, stands out from the lot. Looking at this feed, Karan's style statement can be defined as quirky, defined and playful. He's never shied away from dipping his toes in exciting seasonal trends. Moreover, a recent outfit was in line with his style aesthetic. © Viral Bhayani Karan Tacker and his rumoured girlfriend, Shreya Chaudhry had stepped out recently in the evening. Karan was seen wearing an all-black outfit which consisted of a satin back shirt with red detailing and a pair of crisp, black cigarette pants. He completed the look with a pair of loafers that had a black sheen to them. © Viral Bhayani View the full article
  4. DISCLAIMER: Don't get fooled by the headline. We are in no way endorsing smoking to our valuable readers. That said, how can you deny the easy connection you tapped on every time you got the chance to share a smoke with your manager? Can you recall the easy flow of conversation the two of you unlocked, the way your responses became unguarded and you ended up discovering so much about your manager - the person, and not the boss? © Hotstar The realisation is almost unsettling. It reminds us there is so much that people don't let on in a professional setting and all it takes, is moving away from the walls that bind you, and tag you by your title and job profile. No matter how rare the occasion may have been, you really cannot negate the fact that (in most cases) the personal side of your boss isn't as detestable as the boss you report to at work. Hain na? Well, we hope so. But even if you haven't been blessed with such good luck in your current organisation, you might still want to sneak up on your boss to squeeze in a sutta break with him every chance you get and here's why. © Yash Raj Films According to the findings of a research conducted by the National Bureau of Economic Research, men have a greater chance than women of getting a raise and promotion when they share a smoke with their male managers. Though the same may not work in your favour if your manager happens to be a woman. Sucks, we know. Given how the infamous concept of 'Old Boys' Club' functions, most men tend to cash-in on it by sharing a smoke (or rather a light, informal interaction that follows those few drags) with their boss. The underlying logic at work here is that managers tend to favour fellow male proteges who are similar to them. © Hotstar If smoking a cigarette (or rather going on a smoke break) with your boss can change your life to that extent and offer you better prospects at work in terms of making that big jump with ease, then, of course, we will share those insights with you. However, let's be clear that we are in no way recommending you start smoking just to go on smoke-breaks with your boss and get that next promotion quickly. Of course, a lot depends on your personal calibre and achievements, and many of us really do depend on just that to help us climb up the ladder. © Yash Raj Films Besides, it is also most definitely true that this 'hack' wouldn't work on many managers who only promote people who deserve it, with or without the smoke breaks. But then again, this is just that - a hack to get that promotion faster. And just like it is the case with every 'hack' out there, it may or may not work for you. But if there is a chance that it might work in your favour, it is definitely worth a try, isn't it? We thought this was worth sharing with you guys, but feel free to let us know your thoughts on this. View the full article
  5. Representational image. Photo: FileJust 13.9 per cent of the US population smokes cigarettes, according to a US government report published on Tuesday which said the American smoking rate has reached "the lowest level ever recorded".The findings by...
  6. Smokers should not be fooled, in other words, into thinking that a few cigarettes a day -- or even just one -- carries little or no long term harm. Photo: file1 PARIS: Just one cigarette a day carries nearly half the risk for heart attack and stroke as smoking a full pack of 20, according to a large-scale study published Thursday. "If someone smokes one cigarette instead of 20 per day, intuitively we´d think that the risk drops to 1/20, or five percent," said lead author Allan Hackshaw, a professor at University College London, whose paper analysed 141 previous studies. "This seems to be the case for lung cancer, but is not true for heart attacks and stroke, where one cigarette per day carries around 50 percent of the risk of a pack a day," he told AFP. Smokers should not be fooled, in other words, into thinking that a few cigarettes a day -- or even just one -- carries little or no long term harm, he added. "Whilst it is great that smokers try to cut down -- and they should be positively encouraged to do so -- in order to get the big benefits on cardiovascular disease they need to quit completely," he said by email. Tobacco kills about seven million people worldwide every year, according to the World Health Organization. About two million of those deaths are due to cardiovascular disease, mainly coronary heart attacks and stroke. Earlier research suggested that smoking a few cigarettes a day was linked to a higher-than-expected risk of heart disease, but findings were inconclusive. Risk higher than expected To probe deeper, a team of scientists led by Hackshaw analysed the results of 141 studies, estimating the relative risk of one, five or 20 cigarettes a day. They found that men who lit up once a day had 46 percent of the excess risk of heart disease associated with smoking a full pack a day, much higher than expected. For strokes, the excess risk was 41 percent. For reasons that are not fully understood, the risk for women was somewhat smaller -- 31 and 34 percent, respectively. "It could be a mixture of biological difference and differences in lifestyle," said Hackshaw. Overall, long-term smoking shortens life expectancy by 12-15 years. "This well conducted study confirms what epidemiologists have suspected but few among the public have," commented University of Oxford professor Paul Aveyard, who was not involved in the research. "The implication is obvious -- anyone who smokes should stop." At the same time, he added, it would be wrong to conclude that cutting down is useless. "There is more reason to believe that lower cigarette consumption will reduce the risk of chronic lung disease and lung cancer, the other two big causes of early death from smoking," he said via Britain´s Science Media Centre.
  7. Dr Scott Gottlieb is seen in this American Enterprise Institute photo released in Washington, DC, US. Photo: Reuters WASHINGTON: The US government proposed cutting nicotine in cigarettes to "non-addictive" levels on Friday in a major regulatory shift designed to move smokers toward potentially less harmful e-cigarettes. Shares of major tobacco companies in the United States and the UK slumped in heavy trading volume after the proposal was unveiled by the head of the US Food and Drug Administration, with the world's biggest producers losing about $26 billion of market value. "Nicotine itself is not responsible for the cancer, the lung disease and heart disease that kill hundreds of thousands of Americans each year," FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said. "It's the other chemical compounds in tobacco and in the smoke created by setting tobacco on fire that directly cause illness and death." The FDA cannot reduce nicotine levels to zero, nor can it ban cigarettes. But Gottlieb said the agency would study regulating nicotine levels with a view toward the "FDA's potential to render cigarettes minimally addictive or non-addictive." Analysts said they expect regulators in Europe to study similar actions on nicotine products. The action shakes up a debate among public health advocates as to whether e-cigarettes represent a health risk or potential benefit. "While there's still much research to be done on these products and the risks that they may pose, they may also present benefits that we must consider," Gottlieb said. Gottlieb, a cancer survivor and physician who was confirmed as FDA Commissioner on May 9, was expected to be friendly toward the e-cigarette industry since he previously held a financial interest in a so-called "vape" shop called Kure. During an April hearing on whether to advance his nomination for the FDA position, he said some e-cigarettes may have the potential to wean smokers off combustible cigarettes and be less harmful. The FDA's announcement sets in motion a lengthy rule-making process that will involve public comment and input from multiple stakeholders before any measures take effect. "It?s hard to overstate what this could mean for the companies affected: non-addictive levels of nicotine would likely mean a lot fewer smokers and of those people who do still light up, smoking a lot less," said Neil Wilson, a senior market analyst with ETX Capital in London. Most big tobacco makers have long seen the writing on the wall and have invested in e-cigarettes and other alternative nicotine delivery systems, potentially mitigating the blow from any decline in cigarette sales. "We see this as an opportune entry point for long-term investors and would recommend building positions on today's broad weakness," Bonnie Herzog, an analyst at Wells Fargo Securities said in a research report, noting that the FDA is currently reviewing IQOS, a product from Altria Group Inc and Philip Morris International that heats tobacco instead of burning it. For e-cigarettes, the agency extended the deadline by up to four years, and up to three years for cigar companies, to comply with a 2016 rule that gave the FDA oversight over the products, giving them more time on the market without regulation. Matthew Myers, president of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, said the FDA's proposal "represents a bold and comprehensive vision with the potential to accelerate progress in reducing tobacco use and death." But he added that the extension of e-cigarette deadlines "will allow egregious, kid-friendly e-cigarettes and cigars, in flavours like gummy bear, cherry crush and banana smash, to stay on the market with little public health oversight." Gottlieb said the FDA would consider regulating "kid-appealing flavours" in e-cigarettes and cigars and possibly banning menthol in all tobacco products. British American Tobacco shares, trading close to all-time highs, fell 6.8 percent to post their biggest one-day loss in nine 9 years. Altria, which makes the Marlboro brand of cigarettes, closed down 9.5 percent. British American said it was not surprised by the FDA move to cut nicotine. "Our American subsidiary, Reynolds American Inc. and its operating companies are encouraged by FDA Commissioner Dr Scott Gottlieb?s comments today recognizing tobacco harm reduction policies and the continuum of risk for tobacco products," the company said in a statement. Gottlieb also held out the possibility that premium cigars would be exempted from FDA oversight, but the overall outlook for traditional tobacco products appeared grim.
  8. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/339cdc951b5fd7c6f515a28266467be7.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9Ny8yNC8yMDE3IDU6MjI6NDcgUE0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1aekdnQU5hMUdsZnFnOVh0UWpuL21BPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] ISLAMABAD: The Bahawalpur oil tanker tragedy, in which more than 200 people were burnt to death on June 25, resulted from a lit cigarette, while the vehicle's explosive license was also fake, officials told Senate's Standing Committee on Petroleum Monday. On June 25, over 200 people were charred to death when an oil tanker, which overturned earlier, exploded near Ahmed Pur East tehsil in Bahawalpur district. The deceased included villagers and passers-by, who attempted to collect oil leaking from the tanker. Senator Mir Israrullah Zehri presided over meeting of the Standing Committee on Petroleum, wherein officials from Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) briefed members on Bahawalpur tragedy. 152 burnt to death as oil tanker catches fire in Bahawalpur Scores injured in fire that broke out after oil tanker overturned and crowds rushed to collect fuel OGRA Chairperson Uzma Adil told that the oil company responsible for the tragic incident has been fined Rs10 million, adding that a total of 11,704 oil tankers in the country meet the standards. She said that their teams would inspect all vehicles being used for transportation of fuel, however, added that oil tankers' owners are likely to raise hue and cry over authorities' action. During the meeting, Senator Fateh Muhammad Hasni lamented, "Around 200 people were burnt to death and the company responsible for the incident got off paying Rs10 million only". Senator Rubina Irfan said that imposing fine was not enough and the concerned company should be closed.
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