Amnesty demands Dow appear in court in Bhopal gas leak case

Amnesty International has called on the Dow Chemical Company to appear before a Bhopal court this week to explain why its subsidiary Union Carbide Company repeatedly ignored summons in the 1984 gas leak case.

Bhopal gas leak: Cabinet approves disposal of waste in Germany

The government on Tuesday approved disposal of about 350 metric tonnes of Union Carbide toxic waste in Bhopal to Germany.

4,000 spl containers for Bhopal toxic waste: GIZ

German firm has said it would require over 4,000 special containers approved by UN as well as trained experts for the job.

Bhopal gas leak: Toxic waste to be disposed in Germany

A GoM gave its approval to MP government to dispose of 350 metric tonnes of Union Carbide toxic waste in Germany.

BMC accused of supplying polluted water

The Bhopal Gas Peedit Mahila Udyog
Sangthan (BGPMUS) today charged the Bhopal Municipal
Corporation with supplying polluted drinking water to 14
localities affected by the December 1984 gas disaster.

Why was Anderson not questioned, CIC asks CBI

The Central Information Commission on Monday directed the CBI to provide reasons for not questioning then Union Carbide chief Warren Anderson in
connection with Bhopal Gas Leak case in 1984.

Bhopal gas leak activist awarded

Sarangi was presented the award by Minister of Minority Affairs Salman Khurshid here on Friday.

MP CM accuses GoM on Bhopal of ignoring gas victims who died

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on Saturday demanded a special session of the ministerial body to discuss the additional compensation issue.

Anderson`s escape: PMO has no record of calls from US Govt

Amidst raging controversy over the escape of Bhopal Gas leak case accused Warren Anderson, the Prime Minister`s Office has said it has no records of phone
calls received from any US government official.

Bhopal gas leak activists, victims protest compensation

Victims of the Bhopal gas leak protested here on Wednesday over the anomalies in the compensation package finalised by the Group of Ministers (GoM) for the victims.

Govt released UCC from liability for gas leak: Dow

The Dow Chemical Company, which
owns Union Carbide Corporation, Tuesday said the Indian
government had "fully released" UCC and its subsidiary in
Bhopal from any civil liability for the 1984 gas tragedy.

Bhopal gas case: CBI accepts weak prosecution

Facing flak for alleged
shoddy prosecution in the 1984 Bhopal gas leak case, the CBI
has accepted that its prosecution was not good as compared to
the accused who brought a battery of lawyers to defend them.

Bhopal gas leak one of several man-made disasters

The Bhopal gas tragedy, which left nearly 15,000 dead, is one of the several such man-made disasters which caused untold damage to humanity and the
environment.

Anderson`s escape: Congress faces heat

Congress leaders are holding the then party govts responsible for the escape of Anderson.

Former CJI defends verdict in Bhopal case

Former Supreme Court Chief
Justice A H Ahmadi Tuesday rejected criticism of dilution of
charge against Union Carbide executives in Bhopal gas tragedy
case, saying in criminal law there was no concept of vicarious
liability.

Bhopal gas leak case `influenced`: CBI officer

A former senior CBI official,
involved in the Bhopal gas leak case investigations, Tuesday claimed that the probe was "influenced".

Bhopal tragedy: No new probe against Union Carbide, says US

The US has ruled out reopening any new inquiry against Union Carbide in the 1984 Bhopal gas leak that killed thousands.