Mahim Pratap Singh

BHOPAL: The Bhopal gas leak victims on Sunday appealed to Union Law Minister Veerappa Moily to follow up on his remarks over the failure of the judicial system in delivering justice by filing a curative petition in the Supreme Court against the June 7 verdict of a local court.

V.R. Krishna Iyer

The court verdict shows that India is still in a Victorian imperial-feudal era, distances away from the socialist dream.

The political parties that were in power during these years are guilty of culpable neglect

One extraordinary feature of the outcome is that the highest officer who was involved in Union Carbide, Warren Anderson, is nowhere in the picture

There is renewed hope for the gas victims as people across the country have become one with their cause and are expressing outrage over denial of justice and the manoeuvres of those in authority in Bhopal who had allowed the then Union Carbide Corporation chief Warren Anderson to escape to America when the city was struck by the worst industrial catastrophe in December 1984.

Pradeep Kausal

New Delhi: Amid the controversies surrounding the Bhopal gas tragedy verdict, the Madhya Pradesh Government is taking legal opinion on whether it can re-investigate the whole case, including the exit of the then Union Carbide CEO Warren Anderson.

It is also considering the possibility of filing a review petition against dilution of charges against convicts in the gas leak case.

IN the first official response from the Gov ernment on the Warren Anderson issue Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee ha put the onus squarely on former Madhy Pradesh Chief Minister Arjun Singh.

Anxiously aiting outside the court of the chief judicial
magistrate Mohan M Tiwari in Bhopal on 7 June, 36-year
old Raghu Jaidev and many other victims of the Bhopal
catastrophe were crestfallen, some of them,outraged,upon hearing
the outcome of the trial that had dragged on for almost two decades. (Editorial)

Anatomy of a continuing tragedy
by Maj-Gen Pushpendra Singh (retd)

Victims protesting against the Bhopal judgement

Entire Op Was Hush-Hush, Says Then Aviation Director

New Delhi: The uproar over the Bhopal gas-leak judgment has put the role of several UPA ministers and functionaries, including those in the newly reconstituted group of ministers (GoM), under scrutiny yet again.