Today's study added that the typical phone robbers were boys aged 14 to 17, and in five out of seven areas studied the most likely offender was black.

In London seven out of 10 suspected mobile phone robbers was black, while in Birmingham 54% were black and 34% Asian. The figures will back a tough Government warning to mobile phone companies to beef up security.

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“Last year, both my younger brother Pramod and I were diagnosed with brain cancer. “Being exposed to a mobile tower located within 50m of your home or workplace is like being in a microwave oven for 24 hours,” said Prof.

Pramod is critical,” said Sanjay Kasliwal, who belongs to a family of prominent jewellers in Jaipur. Girish Kumar, department of electrical engineering, IIT Bombay, who submitted a report on cell tower radiation to the department of telecommunications in December 2010.

People who have developed health problems are not buying that.

"If towers are so safe, why bother to have laws and limits at all," said AK Anand, who is unsuccessfully trying to get cellphone towers moved from his Vikas Puri H block neighbourhood for five years.

Since then, illnesses, both minor and major, have become a part of their lives.

Two of the three Kasliwal brothers were recently diagnosed with cancer. Last year, both my younger brother and I were diagnosed with brain cancer.And the research showed that children under 15 were the most common targets with up to half a million young people aged between 11 and 15 falling victim to phone theft.The report comes days after a 19-year-old woman was shot in the head by a mugger in Walthamstow, east London, who was trying to steal her mobile phone.They want companies to introduce measures which allow accounts to be cut off when customers pass on the International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number of stolen handsets."We are focusing on the IMEI, which is a number that is already programmed into every phone," said a Home Office spokesman."Three of the networks, Virgin, One to One and Orange, can already immobilise phones if they are given the number, effectively making it useless."BT Cellnet and Vodafone can't do that and are refusing to put the technology in place."They are saying it is not worth their while because the next generation of phones are coming along in a couple of years and their customers are not demanding it."We think everyone in the industry needs to play their part in preventing their customers becoming victims of crime."Ministers are still considering whether to make legislation which will force the networks to introduce the anti-theft measures, but the spokesman said new laws would be "a last resort".Today's report said mobile phone robbery was mainly carried out by male teenagers on other boys their age, and is mainly a black-on-white crime.The inmates dismissed the idea of "text bombing" stolen phones with endless text messages - as piloted in the Netherlands to deter thieves - explaining that they would simply steal another and count on police not being able to keep up.