The Supreme Court Monday expressed anguish over the "political tussle" over disposing Bhopal toxic waste even after 28 years of the tragedy that claimed more than 15,000 lives, terming it as the "w

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.

The MP high court has directed the Madhya Pradesh government to file its reply on the allotment of 32 acres of land in Bhopal to Chirayu society with the next three days or pay penalty for delay by

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

Public outrage seems to have got better of scientific opinion when it comes to disposing of over 350 tonnes of toxic waste on the Union Carbide's now-defunct premises at Bhopal.

The Supreme Court directs the Central and Madhya Pradesh governments and the ICMR to address the health needs of the Bhopal gas victims.

The Supreme Court has washed its hands off monitoring the relief and rehabilitation schemes for the Bhopal gas victims, asking the Madhya Pradesh High Court early this week to keep an eye hencefort

The Centre’s plan to dispose a fraction of the hazardous UCC waste is too little, too late, for the long-suffering victims, says Shonali Ghosal

A German development aid organisation said on Thursday it was in talks with the Indian government to dispose of 350 tonnes of toxic waste from the 1984 Bhopal gas disaster.

Cities in India are dreaming of becoming New York and London but we seldom worry about as basic an issue as sewage and its disposal in our country. The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has brought out a two-volume book titled Excreta Matters: Report on the State of India’s Environment to highlight how only 20 per cent of sewage is being treated in the country. Sunita Narain, director general, CSE, talks about the murky issue plaguing the water sources in this interview to Rashme Sehgal.

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