Smoking Beauties

Steam Engines of the World

Author: Ashwani Lohani

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Transportation

Page: 103

View: 528

Mostly with reference to India.

Golden-Silk Smoke

A History of Tobacco in China, 1550–2010

Author: Carol Benedict

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 334

View: 174

"Tobacco has been pervasive in China almost since its introduction from the Americas in the mid-sixteenth century. One-third of the world's smokers--over 350 million--now live in China, and they account for 25 percent of worldwide smoking-related deaths. This book examines the deep roots of China's contemporary "cigarette culture" and smoking epidemic and provides one of the first comprehensive histories of Chinese consumption in global and comparative perspective"--

Winning at Work Against All Odds

Author: Ashwani Lohani

Publisher: SCB Distributors

ISBN:

Category: Self-Help

Page: 200

View: 713

This book is based on the firm belief that all you have to do to win at work is to manage the 3 Ms—men, money and material in a time-bound manner with a clear objective in mind and value systems unflinchingly in place. Once this happens, no odds are big enough to stop you from emerging as a winner. Going beyond management jargon, Ashwani Lohani, one of India’s most accomplished bureaucrats credited with turning around organisations like India Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) and Madhya Pradesh Tourism shares his inspiring tale of grit and determination in his inimitable passionate and forthright style. A must read for all managers from the corporate world and PSUs, this book reveals the inside story of working in the government.

Tobacco: The Growing Epidemic

Proceedings of the Tenth World Conference on Tobacco or Health, 24–28 August 1997, Beijing, China

Author: Rushan Lu

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 998

View: 499

This book contains the full proceedings of the Tenth World Conference on Tobacco or Health, held 24-28 August 1997 in Beijing, China, and hosted by the Chinese Association on Smoking and Health and the Chinese Medical Association. Tobacco is now causing a worldwide epidemic of premature death and disability, affecting first men and then women in developed countries, and now increasingly affecting developing countries. The theme "Tobacco: The Growing Epidemic" was chosen to reflect the increasingly global nature of the problem.