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WHO Urges Shah Rukh Khan to Stop Endorsing Tobacco Products

A senior official of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Wednesday termed as "horrible" endorsement of tobacco products by Shah Rukh Khan and motor racing// legend Michael Schumacher and urged them to stop promoting what was a "social malice". "We know that celebrities in both Hollywood and Bo...

Hon. Nancy Pelosi, Bono, and YouthAIDS Global Ambassador Ashley Judd Among Celebrities at YouthAIDS Benefit Gala

...YouthAIDS made to India. During the trip, YouthAIDS teamed up with National Geographic Channel and Bollywood stars Sushmita Sen, Akshay Kumar and Shah rukh Khan to explore how HIV travels from high-risk groups to the general population and why young women are increasingly at risk for HIV infection. The do...

National Geographic Channel, Ashley Judd and YouthAIDS Host World Premiere Screening of 'India's Hidden Plague'

...ssador, acclaimed actress And philanthropist, Ashley Judd teamed up with Bollywood stars Sushmita Sen, Akshay Kumar and Shah rukh Khan to explore how HIV travels from high-risk groups to the general population and why young women are increasingly at risk...

Indian Films With Smoking Scenes may Get 'A' Certificate

... 2006 at Agra, Robert Beaglehole, director of the chronic diseases and health promotion, WHO, had termed endorsement of tobacco products by actor Shah rukh Khan and motor racing legend Michael Schumacher as "horrible". Urging them to stop promoting what was a "social malice", Beaglehole had said: "W...

Ramadoss Blames State Governments for High Dengue Toll

...his insistence on a ban on smoking in films, Ramadoss said, "Today, if Shah rukh Khan or Amitabh Bachchan tell women to immunise their children there are mi...ons of children who are going to take it up ..." "My experts say Shah rukh Khan smoking in a movie is much more effective than a direct advertisement ...

Biocon Launches Anti-Cancer Drug

... Biocon has launched an anti-cancer drug called Biomab-EGFR and had Shah rukh Khan at the ceremony in Bangalore. Biocon's CMD, Ms Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw told reporters that the drug would be priced at 40 percent of what similar dru...

Needed, more space for women's sexual identity on marquees

...t filmmakers is not much different from films in the past like "Maya Memsaab", which had the insatiable Deepa Sahi in an affair with a young man (Shah rukh Khan), "Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi" with Rekha as a female don pathetically lusting after her younger sister's boyfriend (Akshay Kumar), "Doosra Aadmi" had...

Khushboo Should ‘Talk about Safe Sex’ and not ‘ Premarital Sex’ Says Miniter

... engaged many celebrities to talk about AIDS. He said: ‘‘Our brand ambassadors include Aishwarya Rai, Shilpa Shetty, Salman Khan and we also want Shah rukh Khan. All of them will be talking about AIDS prevention and safe sex.’’ Explaining why Khusboo’s statement was controversial he said: 'We have ...

Health Care Ties To Get Stronger Between India And Britain

... in school education. In addition, he also said that is being planned to engage celebrities such as Aishwarya Rai, Shilpa Shetty, Salman Khan and Shah rukh Khan to talk about AIDS. He highlighted the Government’s ABC policy for HIV prevention, the first two components of which is A for abstinence ...
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