People will still be able to smoke at home and outdoors.The Indian government estimates that 900,000 people die each year of tobacco use, in a country where more than 120 million people, is free of smoke five of the population, smoke cigarettes. By 2010 the smoking-related deaths is to reach one million per year.
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