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JNU study report on impact of mobile phone radiations - Question raised in Rajya Sabha, 06/02/2014.

Green energy utilisation in mobile towers - Question raised in Rajya Sabha, 06/02/2014. The Minister of State in the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology has stated that "at least 50% of all rural towers and 20% of the urban towers are to be powered by hybrid power (Renewable Energy Technologies (RET) + Grid power) by 2015".

Impact of telecom towers on human health - Question raised in Rajya Sabha, 06/02/2014.

The Allahabad High Court has directed mobile companies to adhere to the guidelines issued by the Central Government while installing mobile towers.

The Indian Council of Medical Research has taken up a long-term study on the use of mobile phones and whether they cause health risks, said its Deputy Director General R.S. Sharma.

“We have taken up the study to find out whether use of cell phones cause neurological, behavioural, and other disorders.

The municipal corporation is in dilemma over the directions by the National Green Tribunal to settle the cases of mobile tower companies as soon as possible.

A day after the BMC released a list of 3,618 “illegal” cell towers in the city, anti-radiation activists on Wednesday came out with their own list of irregularities.

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.