Ex-gratia for Bhopal victims to be fixed soon

The Government today said the
payment of ex-gratia to victims of Bhopal gas tragedy will be completed by December.

Bhopal gas tragedy: SC slams CBI for delay

CBI on Wednesday admitted in the Supreme
Court that it made a "mistake" in approaching it late for
restoring stringent charges in Bhopal gas tragedy case against
the accused who escaped with lighter punishment for negligence
that led to the world`s worst industrial disaster killing more
than 15,000 people.

Bhopal tragedy: NGO demands GoMs compensation package for all

Stating that Group of Ministers
(GoMs) compensation package would reach only about eight per cent of the 1984 Gas Tragedy victims, an NGO Thursday demanded
that all the affected people should get the relief amount.

India didn`t raise Anderson with Obama

India had not raised the issue of Warren Anderson`s extradition with US President Barack Obama.

Info on Anderson `as and when received` from Law Min: MEA

MEA is consulting the Law Ministry on making public details of the alleged safe passage to Bhopal Gas tragedy accused Warren Anderson after the worst industrial disaster in 1984 which killed over 15,000 people.

Cos Bill to factor in SC verdict on Bhopal tragedy

Corporate Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid Thursday said the directive of the Supreme Court on a curative petition on the Bhopal gas tragedy will have to be "factored in" within the proposed Companies Bill .

PM must raise Bhopal tragedy issue on Obama`s India visit: BJP

BJP chief Nitin Gadkari on Thursday
demanded that the Centre to takes up the issue of 1984 Bhopal
Gas Tragedy with US President Barack Obama during his
forthcoming visit to India.

Consensus on N-liability bill in sight?

The nuclear liability bill is likely to be tabled in Parliament on Wednesday.

Bhopal tragedy: Dow Chemicals asked to disclose its business interest

The Jabalpur High Court has directed Dow Chemicals to disclose its assets, liabilities and other business interests in India.

Bhopal Tragedy: NGO to move SC for probe against Ahmadi

An NGO working for survivors of
the Bhopal Gas Tragedy today said that it will move the
Supreme Court, seeking a probe against former CJI A M Ahmadi
as Bhopal Memorial Hospital Trust (BMHT) Chairman.

Court refuses permission to Bhopal gas convict to go abroad

A sessions court here on Thursday refused
permission to former Union Carbide India Ltd (UCIL) official
and convict in Bhopal gas leak case, S P Choudhary, to go
abroad.

Bhopal tragedy: Keshub Mahindra gets bail

Union Carbide’s former India chairman got bail in the Bhopal gas tragedy case.

Cabinet to discuss GoM report on Bhopal

The Cabinet will meet Thursday to discuss the GoM recommendations on the Bhopal tragedy.

Bhopal did not figure up during CEOs Forum meeting in US

The ongoing Bhopal controversy did not figure during the meeting of the Indo-US CEO Forum here, which was attended by Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee and US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Bhopal GoM draws up Rs 1500 crore plan

GoM on Bhopal gas tragedy has recommended that govnt press for Warren Anderson`s extradition & set Rs 1500 cr as relief package.

MP CM surprised over Singh`s statement on Anderson release

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Chouhan has expressed surprise over his predecessor Arjun Singh`s statement that he had nothing to do with the release of Warren Anderson after Bhopal Gas Disaster in 1984.

CBI chief called to GOM on Bhopal to discuss fresh probe

CBI Director Ashwani Kumar was on Saturday called by the Group of Ministers on Bhopal gas tragedy for discussing the possibility of reinvestigating the world`s worst industrial disaster that killed more than 15,000 people in 1984.

BJP asks Sonia to break silence over Anderson`s exit

The BJP on Saturday asked Congress
President Sonia Gandhi to break her silence on the then Union
Carbide chief Warren Anderson`s exit.

Bhopal GoM discusses relief & rehabilitation; PC assures action

Amid raging controversy on the 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy, the reconstituted GoM met on Friday for the first time.

Three mishaps had occurred at Carbide plant before gas tragedy

Prior to the leakage of the deadly methyl isocyanate gas from the Union Carbide plant here in 1984, three mishaps had taken place in the facility killing two factory workers, according to Madhya Pradesh Assembly records.