Saturday, 30 April 2016

Nagaland’s capital Kohima declared ‘smoke-free city’


Nagaland capital Kohima has been declared as a ‘smoke-free city’. The official declaration was made by the Deputy Commissioner of Kohima, Rovilatuo Mor during the campaign for Smoke-Free Kohima City organised by District Tobacco Control Cell under the Department of Health and Family Welfare. Nagaland State ranks the second highest in the country with 57% of Tobacco Users.

The campaign in which students of 22 schools took part was organised by District Tobacco Control Cell under the Department of Health and Family Welfare. 

So let's do:
________ capital Kohima has been declared as a ‘smoke-free city’.


Source - The Hindu




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