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TV channels agree to take off ads on liquor, tobacco immediately

16-November-2000
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TV channels agree to take off ads on liquor, tobacco immediately

The Information and broadcasting minister, Sushma Swaraj, met a group of broadcasters yesterday to discuss the issue of liquor and tobacco advertisements still being aired on TV channels, despite ban. All TV channels, in the meeting, agreed to take off advertisements on liquor and tobacco with immediate effect. But this order does not apply for those airing surrogate advertisements on liquor and tobacco.

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