WHO report cites India's initiatives on tobacco control
A World Health Organisation report released today has cited India's multiple initiatives on tobacco control, improving access to proprietary medicines, and curbing acid attacks among examples of deploying the law to safeguard health.

The new report from WHO 'Advancing the right to health- the vital role of law' in collaboration with the International Development Law Organization (IDLO), the University of Sydney and Georgetown University in Washington DC describes ways in which law makes a crucial difference for public health.