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India World No Tobacco Day

India World No Tobacco Day

India TV News Desk [ Published on: May 31, 2010 0:00 IST ]
  • A Hindu holy man smokes bidi, or a small hand rolled Indian cigarette, in Allahabad, India, Monday, May 31, 2010. Bidis are popular among poor Indians because they are cheaper. A packet containing 10 bidis costs about 2 rupees (4 cents). (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)
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    A Hindu holy man smokes bidi, or a small hand rolled Indian cigarette, in Allahabad, India, Monday, May 31, 2010. Bidis are popular among poor Indians because they are cheaper. A packet containing 10 bidis costs about 2 rupees (4 cents). (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)

  • A Hindu holy man smokes a pipe on the eve of World No Tobacco Day, in Allahabad, India, Sunday, May 30, 2010. World Health Organization website says World No Tobacco Day 2010 which falls on Monday will draw attention to the harmful effects of tobacco marketing towards women and girls. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)
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    A Hindu holy man smokes a pipe on the eve of World No Tobacco Day, in Allahabad, India, Sunday, May 30, 2010. World Health Organization website says World No Tobacco Day 2010 which falls on Monday will draw attention to the harmful effects of tobacco marketing towards women and girls. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)

  • An Indian social activist Rajendra Kumar Tiwari spreads awareness against tobacco on the eve of World No Tobacco Day, in Allahabad, India, Sunday, May 30, 2010. World Health Organization website says World No Tobacco Day 2010 which falls on Monday will draw attention to the harmful effects of tobacco marketing towards women and girls. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)
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    An Indian social activist Rajendra Kumar Tiwari spreads awareness against tobacco on the eve of World No Tobacco Day, in Allahabad, India, Sunday, May 30, 2010. World Health Organization website says World No Tobacco Day 2010 which falls on Monday will draw attention to the harmful effects of tobacco marketing towards women and girls. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)

  • Indian social activist Rajendra Kumar Tiwari spreads awareness about the health hazards caused by the consumption of tobacco, in Allahabad, India, Monday, May 31, 2010. About 80 percent of the world's estimated 1 billion smokers are men, but more women are picking up the habit in some countries as flavored products and glossy feminine packaging cater to them. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)
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    Indian social activist Rajendra Kumar Tiwari spreads awareness about the health hazards caused by the consumption of tobacco, in Allahabad, India, Monday, May 31, 2010. About 80 percent of the world's estimated 1 billion smokers are men, but more women are picking up the habit in some countries as flavored products and glossy feminine packaging cater to them. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)

  • A participant looks out of the truck at an anti tobacco rally in Mumbai, India, Monday, May 31, 2010. About 80 percent of the world's estimated 1 billion smokers are men, but more women are picking up the habit in some countries as flavored products and glossy feminine packaging cater to them. (AP Photo/Rajanish Kakade)
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    A participant looks out of the truck at an anti tobacco rally in Mumbai, India, Monday, May 31, 2010. About 80 percent of the world's estimated 1 billion smokers are men, but more women are picking up the habit in some countries as flavored products and glossy feminine packaging cater to them. (AP Photo/Rajanish Kakade)

  • A Nepalese woman smokes a cigarette as she waits for customers at a roadside fruit shop in Katmandu, Nepal, Monday, May 31, 2010. About 80 percent of the world's estimated 1 billion smokers are men, but more women are picking up the habit in some countries as flavored products and glossy feminine packaging cater to them. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)
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    A Nepalese woman smokes a cigarette as she waits for customers at a roadside fruit shop in Katmandu, Nepal, Monday, May 31, 2010. About 80 percent of the world's estimated 1 billion smokers are men, but more women are picking up the habit in some countries as flavored products and glossy feminine packaging cater to them. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)

  • A Nepalese woman smokes a cigarette as she waits for customers at a roadside vegetable shop in Katmandu, Nepal, Monday, May 31, 2010. About 80 percent of the world's estimated 1 billion smokers are men, but more women are picking up the habit in some countries as flavored products and glossy feminine packaging cater to them. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)
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    A Nepalese woman smokes a cigarette as she waits for customers at a roadside vegetable shop in Katmandu, Nepal, Monday, May 31, 2010. About 80 percent of the world's estimated 1 billion smokers are men, but more women are picking up the habit in some countries as flavored products and glossy feminine packaging cater to them. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)

  • A Nepalese woman holds her child as she smokes a cigarette at a temple courtyard in Katmandu, Nepal, Monday, May 31, 2010. About 80 percent of the world's estimated 1 billion smokers are men, but more women are picking up the habit in some countries as flavored products and glossy feminine packaging cater to them. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)
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    A Nepalese woman holds her child as she smokes a cigarette at a temple courtyard in Katmandu, Nepal, Monday, May 31, 2010. About 80 percent of the world's estimated 1 billion smokers are men, but more women are picking up the habit in some countries as flavored products and glossy feminine packaging cater to them. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)

  • In this Thursday, May 27, 2010 photo a female Thai office worker smokes a cigarette outside a restaurant in Bangkok. With half of all men in some developing countries already hooked on cigarettes, the tobacco industry is now courting a fresh lucrative market young women, a new report warned Thursday. About 80 percent of the world's 1 billion smokers are men, but more women are picking up the habit as products and advertising cater to them. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
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    In this Thursday, May 27, 2010 photo a female Thai office worker smokes a cigarette outside a restaurant in Bangkok. With half of all men in some developing countries already hooked on cigarettes, the tobacco industry is now courting a fresh lucrative market young women, a new report warned Thursday. About 80 percent of the world's 1 billion smokers are men, but more women are picking up the habit as products and advertising cater to them. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)

  • An Indian worker smokes bidi, or a small hand rolled Indian cigarette, in Allahabad, India, Monday, May 31, 2010. Bidis are popular among poor Indians because they are cheaper. A packet containing 10 bidis costs about 2 rupees (4 cents). (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)
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    An Indian worker smokes bidi, or a small hand rolled Indian cigarette, in Allahabad, India, Monday, May 31, 2010. Bidis are popular among poor Indians because they are cheaper. A packet containing 10 bidis costs about 2 rupees (4 cents). (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)

  • People shout slogans against smoking as they carry a giant cigarette in effigy portrayed as a devil on the eve of World No Tobacco Day, in Amritsar, India, Sunday, May 30, 2010. World Health Organization website says World No Tobacco Day 2010 which falls on Monday will draw attention to the harmful effects of tobacco marketing towards women and girls. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)
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    People shout slogans against smoking as they carry a giant cigarette in effigy portrayed as a devil on the eve of World No Tobacco Day, in Amritsar, India, Sunday, May 30, 2010. World Health Organization website says World No Tobacco Day 2010 which falls on Monday will draw attention to the harmful effects of tobacco marketing towards women and girls. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

  • People beat a giant cigarette in effigy, portrayed as a devil, on the eve of World No Tobacco Day, in Amritsar, India, Sunday, May 30, 2010. World Health Organization website says World No Tobacco Day 2010 which falls on Monday will draw attention to the harmful effects of tobacco marketing towards women. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)
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    People beat a giant cigarette in effigy, portrayed as a devil, on the eve of World No Tobacco Day, in Amritsar, India, Sunday, May 30, 2010. World Health Organization website says World No Tobacco Day 2010 which falls on Monday will draw attention to the harmful effects of tobacco marketing towards women. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

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