Latha Jishnu / New Delhi December 06, 2008, 0:21 IST
India's worst terrorist attack occurred not in Mumbai last month, but in Bhopal 24 years ago - and it's the kind of carnage that goes unheeded.


The lawsuit was filed in 2004 by a group of people who live in the vicin- ity of the pesticide plant in Bhopal
A New York court has reinstated a case filed against Union Carbide by residents of Bhopal who claim to have suffered serious health problems due to a gas leak from the company

Environmental quality assessment is essential for urban development. Rapid urbanisation has made it all the more essential now than before. But there is dearth of appropriate techniques to assess urban environment quality (UEQA). Here is a technique that is feasible, flexible and valid.

In the present study different water quality parameters i.e. physico-chemical, heavy metals, haloalkanes, pesticides & most probable number of bacteria were analyzed in pre-monsoon, during monsoon & post monsoon season. The study area selected was Narayangiri Filtration Plant in Bhopal city.

Accuse the Union Minister of helping Union Carbide Accused of favouring Dow Chemicals and Union Carbide "He has joined hands with the killer of Bhopal' Two organisations of Bhopal gas disaster survivors on Tuesday announced their decision to launch a public awareness campaign to "expose' Union Commerce and Industries Minister Kamal Nath's role "in helping Dow Chemicals and Union Carbide escape their liabilities in Bhopal'.

India has moved from tongas to metro rail and typewriters to laptops between December 1984 and June 2008. But the unfinished tasks related to the Bhopal gas disaster of 1984 continue to remain like a blot on industry as well as the state and central governments.

Aarti Dhar Centre will take initiative soon to work out modalities Committees on various rehabilitation aspects will be subsumed Drinking water from Kolar reservoir for localities around Carbide plant by year-end NEW DELHI: The Centre has agreed "in principle' to set up an empowered commission to rehabilitate the survivors and victims of the Bhopal gas leak that happened 23 years ago.

Q&A: Satinath Sarangi Satinath Sarangi of the Bhopal Group for Information and Action tells SREELATHA MENON that activists made a mistake by delaying raising the issue of removal of the 8,000 tonnes of toxic waste from Union Carbide's Bhopal plant. Where were you when the 1984 disaster in Bhopal took place and what brought you to work there among the survivors?

The Union Ministry of Urban Development has chalked out a quality bus system plan, under which the bus rapid transit system project has started in eight cities

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