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1984 Bhopal gas tragedy: Proceedings stayed against then Collector, SP

Toxic gas had leaked from the Union Carbide's now-defunct pesticide factory on the intervening night of December 2 and 3, 1984.

Bhopal gas tragedy: Book ex-collector, rtd SP for escape of Warren Anderson, orders Court

Bhopal gas tragedy: Book ex-collector, rtd SP for escape of Warren Anderson, orders Court

"Prima facie, it is evident that thousands of people were dying in Bhopal due to leakage of poisonous gases, the head of the district, the collector and the SP, were using all their expertise and system to help a criminal escape rather than helping the victims," the judge said.

DNA: 31st anniversary of Bhopal gas tragedy - victims still await justice

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Protests mark Bhopal Gas tragedy's 31st anniversary

The marchers who began walking from the Bharat Talkies under-bridge area, were joined by locals, mostly Muslims.

Congress will continue to demand Sushma Swaraj's resignation: Sonia Gandhi

Congress will continue to demand Sushma Swaraj's resignation: Sonia Gandhi

Notwithstanding External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's fierce counter-attack in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday over the issue of 'Lalitgate', Congress president Sonia Gandhi said that they had put across their points well.

Lalitgate: Fierce counter-attack by Sushma Swaraj rattles Congress; govt says EAM won't resign

Lalitgate: Fierce counter-attack by Sushma Swaraj rattles Congress; govt says EAM won't resign

The campaign for the ouster of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj was on Wednesday met with a strong counter-offensive when she launched a no-holds-barred attack on Congress accusing it of having taken money to help Ottavio Quattrochchi and Warren Anderson flee India even as the government rejected the demand for her resignation.

Sushma Swaraj thanks PM Narendra Modi for praising her speech in Parliament

Sushma Swaraj thanks PM Narendra Modi for praising her speech in Parliament

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday for his praise of her speech in Parliament.

PM Modi does not have guts to face our questions: Rahul Gandhi

PM Modi does not have guts to face our questions: Rahul Gandhi

The Parliament finally saw a debate on Lalit Modi issue with Congress and BJP trading charges and counter-charges.

Sushma Swaraj's speech in Lok Sabha on PM Narendra Modi's 'must watch' list

Sushma Swaraj's speech in Lok Sabha on PM Narendra Modi's 'must watch' list

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's spirited fight back in the Parliament on Wednesday where she tore into Congress and accused them of helping Bofors accused Ottavio Quattrocchi and Bhopal gas leak accused Warren Anderson flee from India, is now Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'must watch' list.

If you missed Sushma Swaraj's speech in Lok Sabha, here are the five main points

A fiery and combative External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj gave a point by point rebuttal to the Congress party over the issue of Lalit Modi issue. In the process she also took on Sonia and Rahul and turned the tables on the Congress party.

Warren Anderson chose to remain inhuman: Martin Sheen

Warren Anderson chose to remain inhuman: Martin Sheen

 Warren Anderson had shut his life out and chose to remain inhuman, says the very accomplished Hollywood actor Martin Sheen, who essays the Union Carbide chief in "Bhopal: A Prayer For Rain", a movie which relives the Bhopal gas disaster, 30 years after its occurrence.

Would not have played Anderson if he was shown heroic: Sheen

Would not have played Anderson if he was shown heroic: Sheen

Hollywood actor Martin Sheen says he agreed to play the role of controversial Warren Anderson only on the condition that the then Union Carbide boss is not portrayed positively in the film based on the 1984 Bhopal gas leak tragedy that killed thousands of people.

Bhopal gas tragedy: PIL seeks info on Warren Anderson's escape from India

A PIL filed before Madhya Pradesh High Court on Thursday sought a direction to the state government to disclose all the details of the alleged safe passage to Warren Anderson, the deceased CEO of now-defunct Union Carbide Corporation, in December 1984.

PIL seeks info on Warren Anderson's escape from India

A PIL filed before Madhya Pradesh High Court on Thursday sought a direction to the state government to disclose all the details of the alleged safe passage to Warren Anderson, the deceased CEO of now-defunct Union Carbide Corporation, in December 1984.

Bhopal gas victims begin indefinite fast in Delhi

Victims of the Bhopal gas tragedy on Monday began an indefinite fast in Delhi, demanding additional compensation for those affected and revision of the figures after 30 years of suffering.

DNA: Warren Anderson's death a slap to the victims of Bhopal gas tragedy

Union Carbide chief Warren Anderson died without facing trial for the 1984 Bhopal gas disaster that killed thousands.

Bhopal gas tragedy: Union Carbide ex-chief Warren Anderson is dead

Bhopal gas tragedy: Union Carbide ex-chief Warren Anderson is dead

Warren Anderson, former chief executive officer of the Union Carbide Corporation, is dead, a media report said on Friday. He was 92.

Bhopal gas tragedy: US should extradite Anderson, says NGO

NGO working for the cause of victims of 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy today demanded that the US should extradite Warren Anderson, former chairman of the Union Carbide Corporation.

Bhopal gas tragedy: PMO has no record on Anderson`s flight

The Prime Minister Office`s has no record available on arrest and subsequent release of former Union Carbide chairman Warren Anderson, the Commission probing the 1984 Bhopal gas leak case has been informed.

Warren Anderson`s extradition pending with US: CBI

The extradition request of former Union Carbide chairman Warren Anderson, main accused in the Bhopal Gas Tragedy case, is still under examination, the CBI said.