India’s Death Clock
from 30th September 2016*
A death every 24 seconds
Cost to India’s economy
since 30th September 2016**
Under Article 11 of the World Health Organization’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC), parties are required to implement packaging and labelling that effectively communicates – to both current tobacco smokers and to non-smokers and youth – the health risks associated with tobacco use. India is a party to the FCTC.
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