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download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: February 16, Shyam Sundar Agarwal told PTI. The local police have registered a case of causing hurt and intimidation. Investigations by any agency,s deal with only that.Schoolchildren are the first to get addicted and we have involved 23 schools in our awareness programmes. He is also planning to send out anti-tobacco messages via sms to 10000 women The theme of the World No Tobacco Day this year is Gender and Tobacco with a focus on women About 20 per cent of the worlds one billion smokers are womenand the use of tobacco by women and girls is increasing the world overwith more advertising and marketing being targeted at women The new WHO reportWomen and Health: Todays EvidenceTomorrows Agendaalso points to evidence that tobacco advertising increasingly targets girls Data from 151 countries show that about seven per cent of adolescent girls smoke cigarettes as opposed to 12 per cent of adolescent boys In some countriesalmost as many girls smoke as boys Back homea law was enacted in 2004 to create smoke-free public placesbut it came into force only on October 12008 It stipulates that most enclosed workplaces and public places are required to be smoke-freebut some exemptions are permittedlike smoking rooms in restaurants with more than 30 seats FDA joint commissioner Sanjay Patil says though offenders are still finedit is difficult to implement Koppikar feels there has been an awareness about not smoking in officeshospitals or departments District Collector Chandrakant Dalvi says that a positive change has been seenwith people having stopped smoking beedis or cigarettes at government offices Pune Municipal Corporation assistant health officer Dr DD Chandakkar also points out that people do not openly light a cigarette at offices now Health officialshoweversay its not possible to levy fine from a person caught smoking at government or private offices Several hospitals have organised awareness programmes and free oral check-up camps for tobaccco chewers and smokers on the occasion A screening camp has also been organised for factory workers of Forbes Marshall at Kasarwadi and MIDC For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Agence France Presse | Madrid | Updated: November 15 2014 1:37 pm In this Dec 13 1964 file photo Cuba’s Ernesto “Che” Guevara makes an appearance on “Face the Nation” at CBS-TV studios in New York (AP Photo) Related News Lost for half a century historic photographs of Cuban revolutionary Che Guevara taken by an AFP photographer shortly after his execution have come to light in a small Spanish town The dark-bearded guerrilla leader lies in a stretcher with his dead eyes open his bare chest stained with blood and dirt in the eight black and white photographs taken after he was shot by the Bolivian army in October 1967 The photographs belong to Imanol Arteaga a local councillor in the northern Spanish town of Ricla He inherited them from his uncle Luis Cuartero a missionary in Bolivia in the 1960s “He brought back the photographs when he came for my parents’ wedding in November 1967” said Arteaga 45 “My aunt and my mother told me a French journalist had given them to him” He and his aunt found the photos among Cuartero’s belongings after the missionary died in 2012 “I remembered he had photographs of Che Guevara and my aunt said: ‘Yes I know where they are” Arteaga said “They were in boxes with a load of photos of Bolivia” Other rare colour photographs of Guevara’s body by AFP correspondent Marc Hutten taken after it was laid out by Bolivian soldiers were published in the international media at the time But one of the newly discovered shots seems to have been taken at a different moment In it Che appears with matted hair and a jacket crudely buttoned around his chest The missionary’s stash of pictures also includes a photo purportedly of the body of Guevara’s revolutionary companion Tamara Bunke laid on a stretcher with her face disfigured An Argentine-born doctor Ernesto “Che” Guevara came to world prominence as a senior member of Fidel Castro’s revolutionary regime in Cuba Hunted by the CIA he was captured by the military in Bolivia on October 8 1967 and executed the following day His body was displayed to the press in the village of Vallegrande before being buried in secret Arteaga believes it was Hutten who gave the photographs to Cuartero possibly as a means of getting them quickly out of the country “He asked my uncle to take the photos because he was the only European leaving Bolivia at that moment” After Arteaga rediscovered the pictures he said “I searched on the Internet for ‘French journalist Che dead’ and Hutten’s name came up along with some photos that are just like mine” After Cuartero took the photos his family had no further contact with Hutten who died in March 2012 shortly before the missionary himself Arteaga had the photographs examined by an expert who said they were printed on a kind of paper that has not been made for decades confirming that they date to the 1960s “Hutten told us he had sent four or five reels of photos to AFP in Paris” said Sylvain Estibal current head of photography for the Europe and African region at the world news agency For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More 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had set up the committee last month under Walia to examine the possible division of the civic body.By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: April 11 additional sessions judge Dinesh Kumar ordered to summon the record of lower court, After letting his intent known on Indus Waters Treaty that "blood and water can’t flow simultaneously" and review of the stalled Tulbul project in north Kashmir, Modi has now decided to hold a meeting on Thursday to review the MFN status granted to Pakistan.while the fielding has also improved a lot,” he said. China, and in fact it came up during the meeting of Prime Minister (Narendra) Modi with President (Donald) Trump (at the White House on June 26), However.

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