Centre has demanded more compensation for the victims

Statement accuses Madhya Pradesh, Central governments of neglecting victims

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Research Foundation for Science Vs Union of India & Others dated 18/04/2018 regarding provision of clean drinking water to residents living around Union Carbide plant, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. In the response filed on behalf of the State of Madhya Pradesh, so far as the status of provision for drinking water is concerned, it has been stated that in the additional 20 localities water is being regularly supplied to a total of 3313 households which have been provided with water tap connections.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Research Foundation for Science Vs Union of India & Others dated 10/04/2018 regarding provision for clean drinking water to residents living around the Union Carbide plant and steps to control spreading of toxic waste, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. Supreme Court directs Union of India to file affidavit.

Environment Minister said that government has decided to take remedial measures including the safe disposal of identified quantity of hazardous waste of the erstwhile Union Carbide India Ltd (UCIL)

अनुपचारित औद्योगिक कचरों से होनेवाले जल प्रदूषण को रोकने में असफल औद्योगिक इकाईयां यदि तीन माह के भीतर उपचार संयंत्र की व्यवस्था नहीं कर पाती हैं, तो उन्हें तत्काल बंद कर देने का सख्त आदेश सर्वोच्च

Bhopal: Activists working for the rights of the 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy victims on Tuesday requested Bhopal court to allow them to take the responsibility of serving the notice to US giant Dow Chem

Indians living with the consequences of water pollution at the site of the 1984 Bhopal poison gas disaster sought to keep alive their U.S.

Pulls up the State Environment Impact Assessment Authority, Government of India and MP Pollution Control Board for not cracking whip.

When the annals of corporate accountability, culpability and negligence in India are compiled, the erstwhile Union Carbide Corporation (UCC) is sure to top the list. But not far behind will be Hindustan Unilever (HUL). On4 March, HUL reached an out-of-court settlement with 591 of its former employees from the now defunct thermometer plant in Kodaikanal. The very fact it did is an acknowledgement that the workers were exposed to occupational hazards, something it had stubbornly denied for over a decade.

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