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TRENDS urges health ministry to re-examine E-Cigarettes ban

As per the voluntary association representing ENDS, the ban will open up the black market and create room for substandard unregulated products. It said that health ministry will not want to be seen as creating such a market scenario.................

Experts at the 6th Global Forum on Nicotine underline the need...

At a time when India looks at banning e-cigarettes, a viable choice for smokers all over India, experts at GFN highlighted that ‘Quit or die’ is no longer the only option for those who cannot give up nicotine.....................

CAIT asks govt to regulate E-cigarettes, opposes blanket ban

The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT), in a letter to the government, opposed the ban on Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS) in India while stressing on the need for regulations with respect to the distribution, sale, trade, and manufacturing............

Banning e-cigarettes could harm public health, claims CHRA

The Council for Harm Reduced Alternatives (CHRA) and Association of Vapers India (AVI) that are batting for e-cigarettes have stated that the banning e-cigarettes would deny the country’s 120 million smokers a lower-risk means of nicotine intake and cessation...……………..

Is India jumping the gun on e-cigarettes?

Besides an overview of the proposed ban on e-cigarettes in India, Samrat Chowdhery in this article cites many reasons over why the government should regulate rather than ban it.............

Delhi High Court holds 1st hearing on banning of e-cigarette in...

While the union government is keen to ban the e-cigarettes in India, the Association of Vapers India (AVI) a consumer representative body for the concerned industry has intervened in this matter with the argument that it is a good alternative to tobacco-based smoking.................

Banning e-cigarette puts public health at risk, say experts

The two scientists while taking a contrary view to that of the WHO and the government, have appealed for conducting India centric research before deciding on any hasty move to put a blanket ban on e-cigarettes...........