Radiation Emissions From Mobile Towers to be Regulated More Strictly

by Kathy Jones on  June 6, 2011 at 6:34 PM Indian Health News   - G J E 4
The Minister of State for Communications and I.T. Sachin Pilot said that stricter laws will be brought into effect following a new report released by the World Health Organization which said that there might be a link between mobile phone use and brain cancer.
 Radiation Emissions From Mobile Towers to be Regulated More Strictly
Radiation Emissions From Mobile Towers to be Regulated More Strictly

Pilot said that his ministry will be looking into the amount of radiation emitted by mobile phone towers and revealed that an expert group has already urged the government to revisit the radiation guidelines in the country.

He went on to add that his department has been actively making sure that the radiation emitted by mobile phone towers are below the prescribed limit and said that a fine of Rs 5 lakh has been slapped on each tower that does not comply with the limit.

"While telecom is a huge success story in India, we have to ensure that any possible health-related effects of radiation emitted by mobile phones and towers are reflected in the guidelines. The final guidelines would take into account the best global benchmarks and scientific evidence on the subject", he said.

Source: Medindia

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just because of these towers and mobile-phone usage, we are almost at the brink of loosing a bird species, the sparrows, from this world.
paxi3 Monday, June 6, 2011
Could anyone will be able to tell that, who and where are the organizing body, those are going to take action against the builders, who forcefully build telecom towers, against the wishes of the residents,inside the resident complex, where these residents can go and complaint so that strict action should be taken against such builders.
Mr.Pom Monday, June 6, 2011

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