Abuja — Amid threats posed by electronic wastes (E-waste), the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has begun moves to fashion out regulatory guidelines for the management of E-waste in the nat

Rwanda is partnering with a UK-based communications company to launch a satellite that will provide broadband internet to schools in remote areas, Rwandan Ministry of ICT and Innovation said Wednes

The court was hearing four petitions, which alleged that electro-magnetic radiation, generated by mobile towers, adversely affect the health and well being of humans and other living beings.

Order of the National in the matter of C. Janardana Reddy Vs Jio Reliance Company dated 09/01/2019 regarding illegal felling of trees in Kurnool District of Andhra Pradesh for laying underground Optic- Fibre line from Nannoor to Veldurthy Village by ‘JIO-Reliance’. A report submitted by the Divisional Forest Officer states that about 125 avenue trees of species such as Kanuga, Seematangedu, Peltofurum and Neem on the left side of the road were felled without any permission.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of C. Janardana Reddy Vs. Jio Reliance Company dated 01/10/2018 regarding uprooting of trees by Jio-Reliance while laying of underground optic fibre line from Nannoor to Veldurthy Village, Andhra Pradesh.

BENGALURU: The country’s first e-waste recycling unit will come up in Bengaluru, Union minister of chemicals and fertilisers Ananth Kumar said on Monday.

Nagpur: Efforts of energy minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule to go for renewable energy are paying dividends with two private companies agreeing to supply MSEDCL the cheapest solar power in the coun

85% of emissions impact comes from their production

Delhi-National Capital Region (NCR) is likely to generate about 1,50,000 metric tonnes (MT) of e-waste per annum by 2020 from the current level of 85,000 metric tonnes, according to industry body A

Mobile technologies could help to improve service delivery to smallholder farmers, but whether such services are fulfilling their potential remains poorly understood. To address this gap, this article presents an exploratory literature review regarding the impact of mobile phone-enabled services on farmers in developing countries. The review highlights a dearth of empirical evidence in this area. Findings suggest that farmers benefited through improvements in production planning, management of weather-related risks, and greater ease in receiving money.

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