Jun 20, Good morning friends, I am here to discuss about very prominent issue which is alcohol, Tobacco and cigarettes should be banned in India. I completely agree with this topic that smoking should be banned completely.
Jul 24, No, smoking should not be banned but a rule should be made by govt that only a certain point of cigarettes will be Sold by retailers, in this way some point of smoking will decrease.
Smoking causes alot of problems not only for the smoker, but for the people around. Jul 9, Yes, Should smoking banned all restaurants should be banned completely. In Israel, a law restricts smoking in railway stations and at bus stops, and prohibits the sale of tobacco from automated vending machines.
And if we ban smoking it will at least help the beginners get rid of from it. So I requested to all the people of my country to give a right direction to such type of people who smoke or eating tobacco.
Isle of Man[ edit ] The Isle of Man 's smoke-free law is similar to the one introduced in England, and came into effect on 30 March It affects the new generation because they think that smoking is the fashion nowadays. This also can cause heart and lung diseases in future so yes I think that smoking must be banned completely.
Prices of tobacco should be raised and non smokers should be given privileges in the country to promote anti tobacco campaign and promote people to leave smoking. Or someone gets relaxation. Water which is used in many shady hotels.
The government Should 1st think about the various ways of generating employment and then eventually ban these tobacco industries. The smoking ban came into force in Scotland on March 26th So there should be some age restriction that a seller would not sell smoking element to a person who is below 18 and if he will do so then there should be a fine.
BUT if it was banned smokers could smoke in their home and cars, and harm themselves and not others. The argument for its continuation according to me comes as totally baseless. As it not only affects the person smoking but also the near ones due to passive smoking. Govt on its parts had banned smoking in public places and also imposing more tax on tobacco and cigarettes to discourage the people for smoking.
It leads to so many problems in teeth, cough, etc. On 3 DecemberNew Zealand passed legislation to progressively implement a smoking ban in schools, school grounds, and workplaces by December Furthermore, if vaping indoors does actually normalize vaping for smokers, then logic would suggest it might also normalize vaping for non-smokers.
In April it was reported that smoking could be banned in pub beer gardens and al-fresco dining areas if proposals by Labour-run Haringey Council were implemented.
Two-thirds support smoke-free bars, pubs and clubs.
The Courier and Herald have the story here and here. Conclusion Considering the above arguments collectively, we believe that, from a public health perspective, central and local governments should adopt regulations that effectively determine that all designated indoor smoke-free areas are also vape-free areas.
We can suggest them with full of heart. Aug 22, First, smoking should be banned completely in public places according to the constitutional right to live section with a wide range of taxes.
Most of them just toss it on the streets. They usually drink, eat, talk to friends, and of course smoke while they do this.
Small workplaces will often ignore the ban and are unlikely to be caught. Then smoking should be completely banned in India at a gradual stage.
Say in a restaurant they have a smoking area even with ventilation. Bexley could become the first London Borough to have a smokefree pedestrian zone if the council carries out its proposals. At the same time smoking was to be prohibited in designated public transport interchanges, but the government has yet to clarify how it will enforce this against non Hong Kong ID card-holders and tourists, since the offender has 21 days after the ticket issue to pay up.
Jul 16, Smoking shouldn't be banned completely. The main reason behind not putting a ban is that the government gets revenue from the sale of cigarettes. In any case, heavy smokers are unlikely to give up since they are addicted to nicotine.
Every 8 second someone dies prematurely from smoking. However, many campaigners argued that the proposals did not go far enough, saying they would still leave workers in private members' clubs and pubs not serving food at risk from the dangers of second-hand smoke.
Not many smokers throw away their cigarette butts into the trash cans. People should only be exposed to harm if they understand the risks and choose to accept them.
Jul 9, According to my opinion, smoking should be banned completely in India as we all know about the side effects of smoking, it is not only causing harm to the smoker but the person standing next to the smoker is also getting harmed from this, see already we are breathing a whole lot of polluted air in our lungs and smoking makes it worst, lung capacity will be reduced due to smoking, it can lead to cancer but nowadays in youth generation it has become a status of swag.Non-smokers are not forced to patronize the few restaurants or pubs that still allow smoking inside.
"Why should smoking be banned?" Basically, in most places, it should *not* be banned unless the people using or controlling those premises have asked for such a ban.
And someone should have sympathy for you because you want to grab them all over other customers? I would have done the same thing, far earlier, if it was my store. As a liberal I don’t believe governments – local or national – should intrude into an individual’s lifestyle choice unless it can be proven that that choice is harming other people’s lives.
This is why the proposition is not arguing that people should be banned from smoking in private. opposition is wrong to say that people choose to smoke passively.
In many places, there are no non-smoking bars or restaurants. Unless people refuse to go out with friends, they cannot avoid passive smoking. It is therefore wrong to argue. I believe smoking has already been banned in all indoor spaces (including those outside areas of restaurants and whatnot), except one’s own home or those smoking rooms they have at some places.
However i think while it’s a good idea and i agree on that not everyone should inhale any smoke if they don’t wish to, this system has it’s. Not long after this plan was set in place, the media began a blitz of ‘yellow journalism’ in the late s and s.
Yellow journalism is essentially journalism where stories with catchy headlines are put into the mainstream media to get attention, yet these stories are not well researched or backed up.Download