Affidavit on behalf of the Bhopal Group for Information and Action, Bhopal Gas Peedit Mahila Stationary Karmachari Sangh & Bhopal Gas Peedit Mahila Purush Sangharsh Morcha. This affidavit is being filed by the Interveners in response to submissions of the Union of India - in the present matter as well as Special Leave Petition (Civil) No.

Civil society groups resist Dow Chemical

dow Chemicals has agreed to pay up for cleaning up the site of Union Carbide plant in Bhopal but it wants all legal liabilities of the 1984 disaster removed against them. According to reports, Dow

On August 9th, 2007, Mr. D.Raja, National Secretary, Communist Party of India, wrote a strong letter on the matter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, accusing the PM's office of treating Dow and not Bhopal survivors as the victims of an injustice. The Prime Minister replied on August 17th.

the controversial move by the Madhya Pradesh government to incinerate some waste from the the Union Carbide factory in Bhopal has met with stiff opposition. Civil society groups have strongly

The present two interlocutory applications are filed by the applicants, (i) Bhopal Gas Peedith Mahila Udyog Sanghathan (

No small sachets, no video-on-wheels, no wall paintings. Rural 2.0 is not just about selling soaps or colas in flexible sizes at lower prices. It is about creating a market from scratch by first developing it, solving its basic problems, figuring out what it needs and then designing a product or service built around that one need that a company could, probably, service.

Ratan Tata's offer to help find funds to remove the toxic waste in UCC's Bhopal plant is inconsistent with the `polluter pays' principle.

Warren Anderson, Chairman of Union Carbide Corporation at the time of the 1984 gas disaster in Bhopal is summoned along with UCC to appear before a court in Bhopal to face criminal charges of culpable homicide. Since 1992 he and the corporation have been refusing to appear and have been declared "absconders from justice".

Setback for Bhopal victims: In a major setback to the survivors of the 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy, the US court of appeals for the Second Circuit in New York has rejected their plea against Union