CPCB funded this project to IITR, Lucknow vide letter No. A-14011/1/2011- Mon/S870dated13/10/2011to carry out the analysis of groundwater, soil and sub-soil samples from UCIL, Bhopal premises and in the near by vicinity with particular reference to some selected physico-chemical parameters heavy metals and organics.

he Supreme Court, in its fi nal order of October 1991, upheld the compensation settlement with Union Carbide which made the Government of India liable for any shortfall in compensation or any new claims from the Bhopal gas victims. Following this order the Indian Council of Medical Research disbanded its medical esearch on the long-term medical effects of the disaster. A recent Supreme Court order directs the ICMR to resume that research, but the question that looms is why the ICMR abdicated its ethical mandate and allowed its subordination to a political diktat.

As the city marked the 28th anniversary of Union Carbide gas leak disaster on Monday, which claimed at least over 3,000 lives in its immediate aftermath, activists alleged the victims have got a ra

As the city observed the 28th anniversary of the Bhopal gas disaster today, various organisations working for the cause of the people affected by it held rallies while criticising the government fo

The 28th anniversary of the world’s worst industrial tragedy falls on December 3, but the toxic chemical waste at the Union Carbide plant premises here has not been disposed off and is unlikely to

Bhopal, December 2 : The 28th anniversary of the world's worst industrial tragedy falls on December 3, but the toxic chemical waste at the Union Carbide plant premises here has not been disposed of

When people are about to observe the 28th anniversary of Bhopal gas disaster on December 3, the members of the Sambhavna Trust clinic in the state capital have come forward and expressed deep conce

The Centre has decided to leave it to the Supreme Court to identify the venue for the trial burning of Bhopal toxic waste as the Group of Ministers (GoM) and Madhya Pradesh are at loggerheads over

Thiruvananthapuram: Throwing his weight behind the anti-nuclear plant activists, renowned cognitive scientist and professor of linguistics and philosophy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technolog

Admitting that big-ticket investments sound good on paper but create very few jobs, Madhya Pradesh devoted the first day of its three-day investors’ meet on Sunday to micro, small and medium indust

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