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Bhopal gas tragedy: What former Bhopal SP Swaraj Puri saw at t...

Bhopal: 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 ... IBNLive India News, 1 month ago
Bhopal tragedy compounded by deceit, cover-up The Sunday Guardian, 1 month ago
Friends of the Earth International

Inside India: Bhopal - 30 Years On

, the factory owned by the U.S. multinational Union Carbide Corporation accidentally leaked cyanide gas into the air, killing thousands of largely poor Indians in the central city of Bhopal. Thirty years on, the toxic legacy of this factory lives ...
 Abu Dhabi National1 month ago Indians demand punishment, more compensation on 30th anniversary of Bhopal disaster  Newstalk 1290 CJBK1 month ago Jagdish Nema's still untold story of Bhopal gas tragedy  DNA India1 month ago 30 year anniversary of the Union Carbide industrial disaster in Bhopal  Friends of the Earth International1 month ago
Millennium Post

A live issue even after 3 years

, during routine maintenance at the pesticide-manufacturing plant of Union Carbide Corporation (UCC) plant at Bhopal, water gushed into one of the storage tanks due to leaking valves and rusting pipes, triggering a chemical reaction in the tank ...
 The Echo Of India1 month ago Bhopal gas tragedy: How it happened  IBN Live1 month ago Thirty years of injustice in Bhopal  Millennium Post1 month ago THIRTY YEARS HAVE PASSED SINCE BHOPAL GAS DISASTER  IPA Newspack.com1 month ago
Times of India

Why Union Carbide ex-CEO Anderson is Bhopal's tormentor: Explained

Warren Anderson, the former chief executive officer of the Union Carbide Corporation which came to the headlines after a deadly gas disaster killed thousands and left several more injured in Bhopal in 1984, died on September 29 at a nursing home in Vero Beach ...
 One India2 months ago Warren Anderson, CEO of Union Carbide during the 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy, dies  Times of India2 months ago Union Carbide ex-chief Warren Anderson is dead  Prokerala2 months ago Union Carbide's Warren Anderson died unnoticed on Sept 29: Reports  One India2 months ago
Amnesty International Irish Section

New poll shows clear support for US corporation to face court over Bhopal disaster

New poll results published today 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 ...
 Amnesty International USA1 month ago New poll backs calls for US corporation to face court over Bhopal disaster  Sikh Siyasat Online1 month ago

Survivors of Lethal Gas Leak in Bhopal Still Await Justice After 30 Years

Union Carbide's pesticide factory inBhopal, India, began leaking 80,000 pounds oftoxic gas, poisoning more thanhalf a million people. It's estimated that upto 10,000 people died inthe first three days, aschemicals damaged their internal organs. Many ...
 RIA Novosti1 month ago The children of Bhopal bear scars of gas leak  BBC1 month ago BACKGROUND The Bhopal gas leak  Advisen FPN1 month ago

Bhopal: damages still not compensated after 30 years

If one has to divide the entire amount of compensation paid by the US Corporation Union Carbide amongst the total number of victims, it amounts to less than a thousand dollars per person. And, despite all attempts to achieve justice, the ...
 Voice of Russia1 month ago

Make Union Carbide pay for Bhopal tragedy: Amnesty writes to Modi, Obama

BHOPAL: Human-rights group Amnesty International has written an open letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama urging them to work together to ensure that Dow Chemical Company pays adequate compensation for the survivors ...
 Times of India2 days ago NGOs play different tune during Obama visit  The Echo Of India2 days ago NGOs want Modi to discuss Bhopal gas tragedy issue with Obama  Business Standard India3 days ago President Obama Urged Speak Up on Bhopal Disaster  Noodls4 days ago
IBNLive India News

Bhopal gas tragedy: The man who tried to expose Union Carbide and the warnings that were ignored

New Delhi: Journalist Rajkumar Keswani shot into fame in the aftermath of the Bhopal gas tragedy in 1984. His passionate stories in 1982, warning of the disaster waiting to happen were ignored. Keswani was so convinced about the threat the pesticide ...
 IBNLive India News1 month ago 30 years on, Bhopal still wakes up to noxious wastes  New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago When Bhopal got trapped  Mid Day1 month ago Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain conveys America's cultural arrogance, says Martin Sheen  Hindustan Times1 month ago
Hindustan Times

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 Statesman1 month ago Bhopal disaster: In the throes of a toxic trauma  Gulf Time UAE1 month ago 'Indians want Union Carbide be held accountable for Bhopal gas tragedy'  Hindustan Times1 month ago Indians want to see Union Carbide face court: Study  ZeeNews.com1 month ago
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