Now telecom operators in the state cannot install telecom towers in and around (within 100 meters of) educational, religious and health care institutions according to the Special Regulation for Ins

More Than 3K Illegal Towers In City, Says Civic Body’s Website

Mumbai: Anti-radiation activists have demanded that cell towers in the city not under litigation should be razed immediately. The BMC released a comprehensive list of 3,618 illegal cell towers in Mumbai on its website on Monday. Sources hinted that nearly 1,000 towers were not covered by any litigation and civic officials will soon initiate action against them.

This special regulation for installation of telecom towers in urban areas of Odisha aims to create a healthy and congenial atmosphere for wellbeing and convenience of the public.

Read text of National Green Tribunal order in the matter of Ramakant Mishra & Ors Vs. Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd., Chhindwara & Ors dated 17/12/2013 regarding raising the construction of the Mobile Antenna Tower at Chhindwara.

The state government has set up a state-level telecom committee (STC) headed by chief secretary as chairman to tackle public grievances related to setting up mobile base station towers (MBST).

Government has finally unveiled a host of guidelines to regulate installation of mobile base-station towers in the State and has put in place a high-level state-level telecom committee headed by Ch

Mumbai : A former World Health Organisation (WHO) expert on electromagnetic field has slammed the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) draft policy, which bans cellphone towers on schools and

Noida: Relocation of hazardous mobile towers installed in residential areas will soon be started by Noida Authority to ensure that residents, especially children, do not stay exposed to the perils

PANAJI: The government has proposed strict guidelines for the setting up of site-specific mobile base station towers (MBSTs) in the state in response to an increase in use of cellphones and wireles

According to the new report, Reducing Poverty by Closing South Asia's Infrastructure Gap, South Asian countries will have to invest as much as $2.5 trillion on transport, electricity, water supply and sanitation, solid waste management, telecommunications, and irrigation to bridge its infrastructure gap.