Monthly Archives: January 2011

Bhopal – A Silent Picture

Foreword to Samar Jodha’s forthcoming exhibition by Dominique Lapierre How thrilled I am to learn that Samar S. Jodha, one of the photographers I admire the most, is offering his talent to the cause of the Bhopal tragedy! His photo-installation is a striking document which will contribute to perpetuate the memory of an apocalyptic event […]

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BHOPALI a Winner at SLAMDANCE!

BHOPALI took home the “Audience Award” and the “Grand Jury Best Documentary Award” at the 2011 Slamdance Film Festival last night (Jan 27) in Park City, Utah. I want to personally thank all of the Slamdance staff for their help and for including BHOPALI in your festival this year.  The experience has been amazing. Thank […]

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From Lorraine on the train

I’m becoming obsessed. About a few things actually. Having clean feet, obtaining a weekly fix of chocolate, how to perfect the art of making French Toast on a hot plate and making the perfect coffee with limited ingredients (real coffee would be a good start). I am also becoming obsessed with Bhopal, for which I […]

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Information In-Charge

The Sambhavna Clinic is looking to for someone to fill the role of Information In-Charge. The successful applicant will hold a BSc + Diploma / Degree in Mass Communications with experience and proficiency in web applications, photography and writing in English and Hindi. Salary: Rs. 18,000 per month Those interested may please send their application […]

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Yes!

I am a rabid optimist. For me, Every tree that continues to stand, Every stream that continues to flow, Every child that runs away from home, As an indication That the battle Is not only on, It is being won. Possibly you will tell me About the nuclear arms race. And all I can tell […]

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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.