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No conclusive proof that mobile radiation is harmful: BSNL

There is no decisive data or evidence so far to show that radiations from mobile phones or towers have adverse health or environmental effects in India, a top BSNL official here said.

'No proof mobile radiation causes cancer'

At a time when various studies are going on whether radiation from mobile phones is harmful for health, an US expert Saturday said no study or research has proved that non-ionizing radiation, as produced by these devices, causes cancer.

'Indians more likely to absorb mobile radiation'

Indians are more likely to absorb radiation from mobile phones due to their low body mass index and the less fat content in their bodies, a leading health expert said Tuesday.

Run awareness campaigns on mobile radiation: Report

Government should step up efforts to spread awareness about mobile radiations for allaying fears of possible ill effects on health, a DoT committee has said.

New radiation rule on mobile handsets effective from Sep 1

Companies manufacturing or importing mobile phones for sale in India will have to ensure that the handsets are compliant with new radiation norms that will be effective from September 1.

Govt seeks research proposals to study mobile radiation

Amid concerns over radiation from cell phone towers, government today called for research proposals to study the possible impact of electromagnetic frequency radiation on humans and living organisms.

NGT issues notice to Centre, telecom firms on mobile towers

Expressing concern over health hazards posed by mobile towers, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) has issued notice to the Centre and seven telecom firms on a plea alleging they are being installed in violation of stipulated guidelines.

US watchdog calls for review of mobile radiation standards

Last year, a World Health Organization report found that cellphone radiation could be carcinogenic.

Mobile phones with radiation level to be available in Delhi soon

The issue was discussed at a meeting chaired by Delhi Health Minister A K Walia and attended by experts from WHO.

Mobile radiation: Phones may soon come with SAR tag in Delhi

Mobile phones sold in Delhi may soon prominently display the level of radiation emitted by them as the city government plans to make such tags on handsets mandatory.