RAJAHMUNDRY, Feb. 3: In the wake of ammonia gas leak from the pipe lines, which supply the gas to Coromandel International Limited

At least six workers and two senior officers of Rourkela Steel Plant (RSP) in Orissa's Sundergarh district fell ill on Sunday following leakage of toxic gas in one of its blast furnaces.
The affected persons were immediately admitted to the Ispat General Hospital at Rourkela.

The victims are yet to be adequately compensated or given proper medical help; their water sources are yet to be decontaminated.

At Arif Nagar slum, a toxic waste yard next to the boundary wall of the factory. The accident polluted the soil and groundwater in the neighbourhood to dangerous levels.

At least two persons were killed and the condition of six others was critical following the leakage of a poisonous gas at a pharmaceutical factory in Indore on Sunday.

Dec. 3: In an unfortunate coincidence with the 25th anniversary of the Bhopal gas tragedy, two workers lost their lives after inhaling toxic gases while repairing an empty reactor in a bulk drug factory at IDA Jeedimetla here on Thursday.
Another worker, who also inhaled the gases, has been admitted to a hospital at Shapurnagar in Jeedimetla and his condition is said to be critical.

On December 3, 1984, toxic poisonous methyl isocyanate gas leaked from Union Carbide India Limited (UCIL's) pesticide plant in Bhopal. The gas leak triggered a disaster that is now widely

Over a dozen people have been reported to have suffered from itching and difficulty in breathing after gas leakage at Tube Division of Tata Steel here. According to the information, leakage of ammonia gas while transferring from a tanker to a storage tank in Tubes Division crated a uproar, however, timely intervention of the company authorities managed to control the situation.

Panic gripped a slum in Jemco, situated close to Tata Steel

Around 50 work leading multiers of a leading multinational washing machine assembly plant here were taken ill after inhaling noxious gas from one of its plants located in phase II of neighbouring Noida on Tuesday.

Noida: At least 69 people were affected by a gas leak at a washing machine factory of the multinational, Samsung, in Noida Phase II for nearly three hours on Tuesday before they were taken to the hospital. Though most of them were stable by the end of the day and are expected to be discharged by Wednesday morning, around 15 workers were said to be serious.