‘States, civic bodies must not rush to frame their own rules on cell towers’
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Deora said that India follows strict norms, which are 10 times more stringent than other countries in the world. With growing concerns about possible health hazards from cellphone towers, he said that a committee has now been constituted to look at their potential impact. "The exact terms of reference to be followed by the committee will be soon decided," he said.
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