Three decades after the Bhopal gas lead killed a few thousand people overnight, the struggle continues for its survivors. A number of issues concerning the survivors of the disaster, termed the biggest industrial accident in history, seemed close to resolution this year, but none was resolved.

Key legal cases and its outcome filed in India and US related to Bhopal Gas Disaster after 2009.

Supreme Court gave six months to the Central and the Madhya Pradesh governments to dispose of toxic waste lying in and around the abandoned Union Carbide factory in Bhopal for the past 28 years. Read this order.

In yet another blow to the survivors of the Bhopal gas disaster, a US district court has dismissed a plea seeking to make Union Carbide liable for contamination caused by its pesticide plant in Bhopal. Seventeen survivors of the 1984 gas leak tragedy had filed a case against the corporation in 1999 in the US district court in Manhattan.

United States court order on Bhopal Gas Disaster dated 26/06/2012.

A large numbers of subjects were exposed to the aerosol of methyl isocyanate (MIC) during Bhopal gas disaster and lung was one of the most commonly affected organs. The aim of the present study was to analyze retrospectively the lung function abnormalities among the surviving MIC exposed population (gas victims) and to compare it with the non-MIC exposed (non gas exposed) population.

Startling new documents show that weeks after the tragic Bhopal gas leak in December 1984, the Indian government mutely accepted a settlement offered by Union Carbide Corporation (UCC).

Just months after the 1984 gas leak at Union Carbide's plant here, the Centre had agreed to the "terms" set by the company on compensation to be paid to victims, a Right to Information (RTI) activi

Cancer cases in the State capital that saw world's worst industrial disasters have more than tripled among men and more than doubled among women between 1988 and 2007.

A 19-year-long study, conducted by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ACMR), has found that overall, cancer in men in all sites increased by 3.4 times while in women, the increase was 2.5 times.

Significantly, the study t

The Union Carbide India Ltd (UCIL) factory at Bhopal, abandoned after the world’s worst industrial disaster that took place on December 3, 1984, is still heavily contaminated with a range of persistent pollutants.