"The management did not adhere to safety norms"
It is 15 years since 60 tonnes of methyl isocyanate (MIC) leaked outfrom Union Carbide Corporation's (UCC) plant in Bhopal, killing 5,000 people …
‘How can India be a defendant, and not a claimant in the Bhopal case’
Union law minister, Veerappa Moily, on October 27, announced the government will not pursue the ongoing lawsuit in the US for compensating Bhopal …
The chemistry of living death
THE world's biggest industrial disaster has been rendered today its most trivial. Criminal corporate culpability and governmental concern for its …
‘Handling toxic waste is a matter of science, not administration’
Whether it is the dismantling of toxics laden ship from the US, Oriental Nicety, or the clean up of the 350 tonnes of waste lying at the defunct …
Beyond Bhopal: incentive for unsafe industries
A judgement by a Bhopal court has brought the worst gas tragedy into spotlight. It has galvanized the media and the government into action. A …
Justice remains mirage for Bhopal gas victims
Nearly eight years after the Bhopal gas disaster, the legal battle over a settlement continues. But for the efforts of public interest agencies …
The Union Carbide concealed information about radiation levels in a uranium plant for 20 years. Murky details are coming to light now
A petition filed by the Bhopal gas tragedy victims has prompted the Supreme Court to ask the Union government for an explanation. The discrepancy …
Living with Bhopal disaster
A photo chronicle of lives and times of Bhopal gas disaster survivors collated from our archives. Last year marked the 30th anniversary of the …
The poison piles up
Ten winters since methyl isocyanate exhaled history's deadliest industrial disaster on Bhopal, action on toxicity remains agonisingly inadequate. …
Bhopal: The Verdict
Activists gather at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi, to protest against the June 7, 2010 verdict.
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With the dismantling of the Union Carbide factory responsible for the Bhopal gas leak, vital evidence in the case, which reveals the company's …
Bhopal Solidarity - Jharna Anurag Singh
Here is independent filmmaker Jharna Anurag Singh speaking out against the June 7, 2010 verdict.
Bhopal Solidarity - Swami Agnivesh
Swami Agnivesh, the president of the World Council of Arya Samaj, speaks out against the June 7, 2010 verdict.
Bhopal Solidarity - Kaveri Rajarman
Activist Kaveri Rajarman speaks out against the June 7, 2010 verdict via a performance protest.
Bhopal Solidarity- Mary
Passerby Mary shares her disappointment with the June 7, 2010 verdict on the Bhopal gas disaster.
Bhopal Solidarity - Selva Ganapathy
Chemical Engineer Selva Ganapathy speaks out against the June 7, 201o verdict on the Bhopal gas disaster.
Bhopal Solidarity - Rachna Dhingra
Bhopal activist Rachna Dhingra speaks out against the June 7, 2010 verdict on the bhopal gas disaster.
Bhopal Solidarity - Satinath Sarangi
Satinathi Sarangi, a prominent Bhopal activist, speaks out against the June 7, 2010 verdict.
Bhopal Solidarity - Michael Muench
Michael Muench, a US medical student, speaks out against the June 7, 2010 verdict on the Bhopal gas tragedy
Bhopal Solidarity - Rashida Bee
Rashida Bee, a Bhopal victim from the 1984 gas leak, speaks out against the June 7, 2010 verdict.
Bhopal Solidarity - Raheesa Bee
Raheesa Bee, a Bhopal gas victim, speaks out against the June 7, 2010 verdict.
There is no treatment for ‘Bhopal Gas Disease’ even after 38 years
When methyl isocyanate is mixed with water at a high temperature, it can produce 65 chemicals, most of them toxic; but so far, no one knows the …
Greenpeace and Bhopal disaster survivors transported toxic waste from the Bhopal disaster site to Dow Chemical Co's largest European operation, …
Waiting for justice
India had a regulatory system of governance already in place to avoid a disaster as big as the Bhopal Gas Tragedy