NEW DELHI (Reuters): An Indian court has directed the federal government to immediately implement a rule for bigger health warnings on tobacco packaging, months after the measure was put on hold pending a report from a parliamentary panel. With the aim of reducing tobacco consumption, India last year said 85 percent of a cigarette packet’s surface should be covered in warnings, up from about 20 percent now. The directive also extended to other tobacco products. The government in March deferred the implementation of the rule as a parliamentary panel said it was still reviewing how the industry would be impacted.