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    June 13, 2018 1:44 AM EDT

    By John Kwoba

     

    NAIROBI Air VaporMax Flyknit UK , Aug. 24 (Xinhua) -- Kenya women's marathon team is feeling the pressure to deliver, after their male colleagues crashed out at the Beijing World Championships on the opening day.

     

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    "I feel the pressure because our men let us down. I don't know what their problem was, but it surely piles more pressure on us to deliver the medals on Sunday," said Kiplagat, who seeks to become the first woman to win three back to back titles at the World marathon Championships.

     

    "But this is something that every athlete has to live with. It has never been easy even in the big city marathons and I expect Beijing to be even tougher. But I hope to weather the storm and rivals antics to emerge the winner again Air VaporMax Off White UK ," she added.

     

    The trio will be the last batch from Kenya going for the games as the country is still searching for its first gold medal, which is likely to come from the women's 10,000m.

     

    Kenya men's 10,000m team failed to sweep the medals despite dominating in the second to fourth position Air VaporMax Womens UK , with Britain's Mo Farah claiming gold. Geoffrey Kipsang was second while Paul Tanui took the bronze medals ahead of Bidan Karoki.

     

    Kenya has been dominant in marathon in both men's and women's races in all big cities, and Beijing will be another test that they can fight it out in a race that has no pace setters.

     

    Helah Kirop, silver medallist at the Tokyo Marathon, said she is ready for the assignment in Beijing and hopes she will be able to claim the gold medal.

     

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    By Dawa Gyelmo

     

    THIMPHU, May 31 (Xinhua)-- While countries across the world will be celebrating or marking"World Tobacco control day"on May 31, Bhutan is set to celebrate "World No Tobacco Day"on June 15 coinciding with the birth anniversary of Guru Padmasambhava.

     

    This year is the birth year of Guru Padmasambhava or Guru Rinpochee, a tantric master who was believed to have born from lotus and made a sacred visit to Bhutan in 8th century and introduced Buddhism in Bhutan.

     

    Officials with the Bhutan Narcotics Control Authority (BNCA) told Xinhua that the day would be marked with celebrations in five districts across the country. In the capital city, the day would be celebrated with a marathon and other celebrations at the city's clock tower including an entertainment program.

     

    In regional districts of Phuentsholing, Paro, Gelephu and Samdrupjongkhar, a door-to-door campaign would be conducted on effects of tobacco, officials said. This is to help people abide by the Tobacco Control Act.

     

    Following the doctrines of Guru Padmasambhava and also from health point of view, Bhutan has since long tried to ban Tobacco consumption. In 2005, it also passed a law that allowed police sweeping powers to enter homes and search for tobacco products.

     

    In January 2010, the first democratically elected government enacted the Bhutan tobacco control Act 2010. A few months later, the tobacco ban made headlines at both regional and international level, especially when a 24-year old Buddhist monk was jailed for three years. He was charged under fourth degree felony and carried a sentence from three to five years, after being caught with 72 packets of chewing tobacco.

     

    The monk was the first person to be charged under tobacco legislation passed in January, which prohibits consuming and smuggling tobacco. As per the Bhutan Tobacco Control Act 2010, smokers can legally import only up to 200 cigarettes or 150 grams of other tobacco products a month. They must provide a customs receipt when challenged by police.

     

    The arrest of the monk has raised immense controversy. But following his arrest, police along with law enforcing agencies started constant and sudden check that led to arrest of countless number of tobacco smugglers. The majority were sentenced to three years in jail.

     

    Following public roar, the act was tabled for amendment in 2013. In 2014, the act came into effect as Tobacco Control Amended Act of Bhutan 2014.

     

    The amended Act states that if a person possesses tobacco or tobacco products more than four times the permissible quantity, he or she shall be punished with felony of the fourth degree.

     

    Maximum permissible quantity for import of tobacco or tobacco products for personal consumption was revised. The revised law stated that one could bring in 300 sticks of cigarettes, 400 bidi, 50 cigar and 250 grams of other tobacco products.

     

    However, it stated that if a person was found possessing or transporting any tobacco or tobacco products within the permissible quantity, but without declaring or paying taxes, he or she would be fined 10,000 Nu. And several other offenses and penalties follow suit. The Act also mandates all commercial centres, recreation centres, institutions, public gatherings and transportations to have designated. Wholesale Jerseys From China Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale Jerseys China Free Shipping Wholesale NFL Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale College Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale NBA Basketball Jerseys Cheap College Jerseys Cheap Wholesale New Nike NBA Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Nike NBA Jerseys