Activists worldwide commemorate the 26th anniversary

From Students for Bhopal During the week surrounding December 3, 2010, supporters from around the world joined together to remember Bhopal. The Bhopalis have now seen 26 years without sufficient legal action, without proper healthcare, without environmental remediation, and without adequate compensation for those affected. However, people from all corners of the world are still […]

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A rigorous walk for the victims of Bhopal Gas tragedy

By Md. Ali, New Delhi: Andrew David Simpson had never thought that he will ever do Narmada Parikrama (making a round of Narmada River) but for his concern to raise awareness and money for the victims of Bhopal Gas tragedy. “I wanted to do something for the victims of Bhopal gas tragedy which has […]

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Survivors’ Saint & Man of the Year: Sathyu

From The Week online, December 19, 2010 Satinath Sarangi has kept the Bhopal gas tragedy unforgotten in the past 26 years and remains the primary contact for those who are concerned about the victims By Deepak Tiwari Photo: Arvind Jain Suman clung to her running mother’s chest. The six-year-old had no idea what was happening. […]

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Bhopal gas tragedy: Centre, Dow issued notices

From The Economic Times BHOPAL: The Jabalpur bench of the Madhya Pradesh High Court has directed the central government to file details of the steps taken by the Task Force Committee constituted for removing toxic waste from the Bhopal gas accident site, a lawyer said Wednesday. The division bench of Justice K.K. Lahoti and Justice […]

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Significant findings by Sambhavna interns

In October and November of this year, four MSc Microbiology students from the local Saifia Science College interned at Sambhavna. They were keen and open to suggestions that contrasted with teachings from their faculty and were all very hardworking. They worked mostly in Sambhavna’s microbiology laboratory and have fully documented their work. They are now […]

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We believe Dow & DuPont must finally accept responsibility for Bhopal. Until then, The Bhopal Medical Appeal funds two award-winning clinics in the city. Both offer free, first-class care to victims of the gas disaster or the ongoing water contamination. The survivors have nowhere else left to turn – please help if you can.