Thirty years after India’s worst industrial disaster in Bhopal, contamination owing to the leakage of poisonous gas from the Union Carbide pesticide factory continues to affect residents.

In 1995, India’s Parliament passed the National Environment Tribunal Act. The law was to provide compensation to victims of environmental accidents.

Bhopal gas leak victims, demanded immediate scientific assessment of environmental pollution caused by the tragedy three decades back on Sunday.

For years Union Carb-ide had been dumping chemicals and wastes around the factory sites and these have leaked into the soil and contaminated the drinking water.

Key legal cases and its outcome filed in India and US related to Bhopal Gas Disaster after 2009.

New York: Victims of the 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy have filed an appeal in a higher court here contesting a lower court's decision that Union Carbide Corporation cannot be sued for the ongoing contam

A group of survivors of the 2004 Bhopal gas tragedy and people living in the areas near the abandoned Union Carbide factory held a protest outside the residence of the Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister

Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board (MPPCB) has confiscated Rs 3 lakh bank guarantee furnished by Ramky Enviro Engineers who run TDSF facility in Pithampur for failing to install multi effect ev

Five organisatons, which are working for the rights of the survivors of the Bhopal gas disaster, on Monday demanded the Chief Minister’s intervention to ensure adequate compensation for all the vic

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