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With Warren Anderson will be buried many unanswered questions
Times of India

Scripting a tragedy of errors

Armin Rosencranz Union Carbide, both the former American company, and its 49 per cent stake-owned Indian subsidiary, bear prime responsibility for the worst industrial accident in history. They hired entry-level people and failed to train and ... The Statesman, 1 month ago
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30 Years After Bhopal, Long Past Time to Make Chemical Plants Safer

Thirtyyears ago this month, a gas leak at a Union Carbide pesticide plant in Bhopal, India, created a toxic cloud that eventually killed perhaps 20,000people and injured 500,000 more. No chemical accident since then has approached the scale of the ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago A long, lonely fight: hail the tenacity of Bhopal gas survivors  Hindustan Times1 month ago
Bodhita.com

Henry Kissinger & Tata Helped Union Carbide Evade Responsibility of Bhopal Gas Tragedy

Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger put pressure on the Indian Government to agree a legal settlement that let the American chemical company Union Carbide off the hook for the 25,000 people killed by the toxic gas disaster in Bhopal 30 ...
 Bodhita.com1 month ago
BusinessWeek

Bhopal gas tragedy: What former Bhopal SP Swaraj Puri saw at the Union Carbide plant

Swaraj Puri was the Bhopal Superintendent of Police when the deadly Methyl IsoCyanate gas leaked from the Union Carbide factory in the middle of the night of December 2, 1984. Puri has faced criticism for safely escorting the then the Union Carbide ...
 IBN Live1 month ago Thirty Years after Bhopal: Of crime and consequence  The Statesman1 month ago Shantytowns crop up in Union Carbide's poisonous shadow  DNA India1 month ago Bhopal Gas victims write to PM Modi on 30th Anniversary detailing demands against Union Carbide & Dow Chemical  Siasat Daily1 month ago
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China Post

30 years on, fight for justice still rages in Bhopal

The recent death of Union Carbide's former boss and the failure to secure more compensation means the prospects of a campaign to ensure those responsible for the 1984 disaster are punished look grim GROUND ZERO. A portion of tank number 610, ...
 Rappler1 month ago 30 years on, fight for justice continues to rage in Bhopal  China Post1 month ago Thirty years on, fight for justice still rages in Bhopal  UCAN India1 month ago Bhopal: damages still not compensated after 30 years  Voice of Russia1 month ago
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Plant Engineer Org

Bhopal Union Carbide India remembered: 30 years on

It is 30 years to the day since the Bhopal tragedy, when a major leak of methyl isocyanate gas from Union Carbide India's facility in Madhya Pradesh, India, killed 3,000 and injured hundreds of thousands more, many very seriously, in the shanty ...
 Plant Engineer Org1 month ago Bhopal gas tragedy, three decades on  Millennium Post1 month ago The endless wait for a clean-up in Bhopal  Livemint.com1 month ago
Amnesty International Irish Section

New poll backs calls for US corporation to face court over Bhopal disaster

New poll results show clear public support, in both India and the USA, for US corporation Union Carbide to face an Indian court over the Bhopal gas leak disaster which left more than 20,000 people dead and poisoned more than half a million in 1984. ...
 Amnesty International Irish Section1 month ago New poll shows clear support for US corporation to face court over Bhopal disaster  Amnesty International USA1 month ago
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Times of India

Obamas visit shows sea change in India-U.S. relationship, says former foreign secretary

foreign secretary Shashank on Saturday said U.S. President Barack Obamas upcoming visit to India depicts a sea change in... ...
 24Dunia2 days ago Obama's Visit to India Ignites Nuclear Accident Liability Debate  Insurance Journal4 days ago Obama Visit to Ignite India's Nuclear Accident Liability Debate  Bloomberg4 days ago Solar, nuclear, climate progress 'possible' on Obama India visit  Times of India2 weeks ago
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Pink Villa

We had moral obligation to represent truth: 'Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain' director (IANS Special: 30 years of Bhopal gas tragedy)

The Union Carbide pesticide plant in Bhopal spewed poisonous gas on the night of Dec 2-3, 1984, killing about 3,000 people instantly and thousands more over the years. Presenting one of the world's worst industrial disasters on the big screen, ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
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Nikkei Asian Review

Bhopal disaster still plagues India

It has been 30 years since the Bhopal disaster, and many of the city's inhabitants continue to be hit by ill effects from the toxicity that has been left behind. The gas and chemicals that wafted through the city all those years ago have also made ...
 Nikkei Asian Review1 month ago Bhopal Still Hasn't Recovered From The Worst Industrial Disaster In History  Business Insider1 month ago 30 Years After Bhopal Disaster, Wounds Still Open  VOA News1 month ago India: After 30 Years, Bhopal is Still Simmering  MSNBC Newsweek1 month ago
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