MUMBAI: The Supreme Court has stayed its 2012 earlier order directing transfer of all environment cases to the National Green Tribunal since its formation in 2010.

Reacting to developments taking place in US court regarding new 'evidence' on carbide plant, the non-government organizations working for the welfare of Bhopal gas tragedy victims have expressed ho

Plaintiffs in a lawsuit against Union Carbide Corp (UCC) have released new evidence to show its "direct role in designing and building the pesticide plant in Bhopal" where the 1984 gas disaster killed thousands.

Union Carbide, now a Dow Chemical subsidiary, refuses to clean up the site claiming that its former Indian subsidiary bears sole responsibility for the now shuttered plant in Bhopal.

Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has washed its hands of the clinical drug trials that took place on gas-victims at Bhopal Memorial Hospital and Research Centre (BMHRC).

Local activists in Pithampur, have expressed serious concern over state government's move to incinerate toxic waste from Union Carbide factory, Bhopal at the Pithampur-based TSDF facility of Ramky

Madhya Pradesh government has on Monday agreed to conduct trial run to dispose toxic wastes dumped at Union Carbide factory premises, Bhopal at the TSDF facility operated by Ramky Enviro Engineers

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Pharmaceutical companies Quintiles and Sanofi have failed to follow norms while conducting clinical trials of their new drugs on Bhopal gas leak survivors, the health ministry informed the Supreme Court.

During hearings on alleged flouting of norms by pharmaceutical majors in conducting clinical trials on humans, the court had ordered the health ministry not to proceed with the clinical trials of 157 new drugs/formulations till a stricter regime was put in place.

Just days before the 29th anniversary of the Bhopal gas disaster of 1984, news came last Friday that no hearing took place at the Supreme Court on a curative petition filed by the central governmen

The second-, third-generation survivors continue to suffer the effects of the toxic leak

Survivors of the Bhopal Gas Tragedy this week held a sit-in at the city’s Lower Lake to mark the incident’s 19th anniversary.NGO Chingari provides the second- and third-generation children with special education and therapy. These children, who suffer ailments such as cerebral palsy, impairments of speech and hearing, epilepsy, heart diseases and others, were accompanied at the protest by parents and grandparents who survived the poisonous gas leak from Union Carbide factory here in 1984.