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India extends tower radiation norms deadline to September

Tuesday 3 April 2012 | 16:47 CET | News
India's telecommunication minister Kapil Sibal has directed the Department of Telecom (DoT) to defer the tower radiation compliance deadline from April to 1 September, writes PTI. Telecommunication companies are now left with five more months to comply with the norms. In the meantime the DoT has been asked to look in to issues raised by the industry, a telecommunication ministry official told the paper. However, there is no extension for the radiation guideline implementation date by mobile handset companies, under which all mobile handsets sold in India from 1 September have to lower their

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