Contents of www.bhopal.net

 

List of all pages from the old website, September 1999 - July 2002


16thcomparison.html
16th Anniversary health care report: the ongoing medical disaster 2.12.2000
1984-2000 - A comparison of the three main health care givers to the gas affected in Bhopal:
1. Department of Bhopal Gas Tragedy Relief and Rehabilitation
2. The Sambhavna Trust / Bhopal Peoples' Health and Documentation Clinic
3. The Bhopal Hospital Trust / The Bhopal Memorial Hospital Trust


16thdemands.html
Survivors' Demands
Survivors of the toxic cocktail of gases that has killed over 20,000 people to date and left 120,000 in need of desperate medical attention have, over the last 16 years fought for, and continue to fight for their rights. As the disaster has grown in magnitude and severity so their demands have necessarily become more urgent. The principal author of the world's worst industrial disaster, Union Carbide Corporation, and the Governments of India and Madhya Pradesh must act upon these demands immediately if the largely forgotten gas-affected people in Bhopal and their children are to know any respite within their lifetimes.


4counts.html
Survivors organisations in Bhopal oppose the merger of DOW and CARBIDE on 4 counts


abscond.html
Where's Warren? Federal class action lawsuit against Union Carbide: Warren Anderson, former CEO and accused No. 1 in the criminal case in India has been declared "a proclaimed absconder" for failure to appear. Non-bailable arrest warrants for his capture have been issued to Interpol, He has also absconded from the civil proceedings in the U.S.


actionanderson.html
Action against Anderson (part of class action complaint brought against Union Carbide and its former chairman, Warren Anderson in the Southern District of New York, UNITED STATES)


actionplaint.html

The Dow Chemical International Private Ltd. 2001 suit against The National Campaign for Justice in Bhopal
actionplaint2.html and actionplaint3.html
Further details of the above


agentorange.html
the effects of Agent Orange


amendedplaint.html
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
SAJIDA BANO, HASEENA BI, SUNIL KUMAR, DR. STANLEY NORTON, ASAD KHAN, SHIV NARAYAN MAITHIL, DEVENDRA KUMAR YADAV, BHOPAL GAS PEEDIT MAHILA UDYOG SANGATHAN (BGPMUS), GAS PEEDIT NIRASHRIT PENSION BHOGI SANGHARSH MORCHA (GPNPBSM), BHOPAL GAS PEEDIT MAHILA STATIONERY KARMACHARI SANGH (BGPMSKS), BHOPAL GAS PEEDIT SANGHARSH SAHAYOG SAMITI (BGPSSS), and BHOPAL GROUP FOR INFORMATION AND ACTION (BGIA), on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated,
Plaintiffs,
- against -
UNION CARBIDE CORPORATION and WARREN ANDERSON,


amuse.html
PLANS TO TURN THE UNION CARBIDE SITE INTO AN 'AMUSEMENT PARK'
On behalf of the victims of the December 1984 Union Carbide disaster, Abdul Jabbar Balkrishna Namdeo and Rashida Bi sent their strong condemnation of the ministry of tourism's recently publicised proposal  (below) to convert the notorious factory site into an international amusement park and tourist centre. These sentiments have been echoed by: Rajni Bakshi (Free-lance writer), Nityanand Jayaraman (Asia Toxics Campaigner, Greenpeace International), Roshni Kutty, Ashish Kothari, Neeraj Vagholikar, Bjorn Rahm and
Rajni Kothari.


anndemands.html
15th anniversary demands of survivors and their supporters


annevents.html
15th anniversary commemoration in Bhopal, 1999

conf1.html
conf2.html
conf3.html
conf4.html
conf5.html
conf6.html
conf7.html
conf8.html
conf9.html
conf10.html
conf11.html
conf12.html
conf13.html
conf14.html
conf15.html
conf16.html
Pictures and captions from the 1999 15th anniversary commemoration held in Bhopal


appeal2000.html
Appeal against dismissal of class action by Justice Keenan


armageddon.html
A year 2000 view of a merged Dow Chemical and Union Carbide Corporation


artindex.html
This page contains local, national and international news items on the gas affected people in Bhopal and related issues from January 1st 2001 to the present


artindex1999.html
Press clippings  1999
This website was launched on the 15th anniversary (December 2nd/3rd 1999) of the Bhopal Union Carbide disaster.
We have many documents, reports and newsclippings dating from before the disaster to when this index starts. Please bear with us as we index, type and scan them for these pages.


artindexaprjun2000.html
Press clippings, April - June 2000


artindexjanmar2000.html
Press clippings, January - March 2000


artindexjulsep2000.html
Press clippings, July - September 2000


artindexoctdec2000.html
Press clippings, October - December 2000


background.html and backgroundupdate.html
Quick fact tour   Quick fact tour
The disaster
How could it happen?
Medical consequences
Today in Bhopal
Union Carbide's response
Union Carbide's toxic legacy
Long-term issues


backwhy.html
Why did it happen? Cost-cutting, previous 'accidents', what happened that night


backmed.html
Medical issues, care, inappropriate prescription, withholding of information


backanat.html
damage to the body by anatomical area


backcomp.html
compensation for injury and death and distribution problems


backdam.html
The extent of the damage, principal findings of the ICMR, the Indian Council for Medical Research


backsoc.html
Social implications, issues linked to reproduction, pollution remains a serious issue


BGIAvolunteer.html
Volunteering for the Bhopal Group for Information and Action (since a member of the ICJB, International Campaign for Justice in Bhopal and volunteers would now work with the ICJB)


bhopalcity.html
A couple of stories about Bhopal, the city.


bhopexpintro.html
About the movie 'Bhopal Express'


bhopexpinv.html
Invitation from director Mahesh Mathai on April 5, 2000, to William Joyce, then CEO of Union Carbide and spokesman Tomm Sprick to attend a New York screening of 'Bhopal Express'


bmhtrust.html
The Bhopal Memorial Hospital Trust , how it came to be set up and why the survivors opposed it


bht.html
High use of addictive, doubtful drugs at Carbide hospital, says study, 5 March 2000


BMHT.html
When money is not enough and other submissions re the failings and inadequacies of the Carbide funded hopsital in Bhopal


bombaypics.html
DOW YOU NOW HAVE THE BLOOD OF BHOPAL PEOPLE ON YOUR HANDS
pictures from the Bombay action at Dow HQ after the merger with Union Carbide


burson.html
The Burson-Marsteller Hall of Shame
Burson-Marsteller, the world's largest PR firm, has a rogue's gallery of despotic clients. The firm worked with the Nigerian government to obscure evidence of genocide in Biafra. The company also set up smoke screens for the Argentinian government to continue "disappearing" people, and worked with South Korea's military government in order to prepare the world for the 1988 Olympics, which occurred just a year after the "People's Power" movement finally ousted the dictators. And while some dictators are called red, their money is still green. B-M also represented Nicolae Ceaucescu, Romania's mini-Stalin, until the Christmas revolution broke the back of that regime. Apparently, Ceaucescu forgot that impoverished citizens of command economy regimes tend to not to own televisions (thus, the people missed many of his photo ops). However, the Romanians filmed Ceaucescu's genocide trial, and staged his death for the global media's cameras.


campnews.html
Campaign news, 1999-2001


carbideEPAaward.html
On April 18th 2000 the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) presented Union Carbide Corporation with it's highest award, the Environmental Quality Award (see http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/000418/ct_epa_uni_1.html). EPA Administrator Jeanne Fox said "the award is presented to those companies… who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to protecting and enhancing environmental quality in its region."


chlorpyrifos.html
Chlorpyrifos (a.k.a Dursban) - the facts
0,0-diethyl-0-(3,5,6-trichloro-2-pyridyl) phosphorothioate


chroncrimcase.html
CHRONOLOGY OF THE CRIMINAL CASE AGAINST WARREN ANDERSON, 1984 - 2000 (chronology ended here, but of course continues to this day)


chronicle16feb2001.html
Destitute pensioners demonstrate - Bhopal Central Chronicle, 16th February 2001


chronicle16mar2001.html
Thin staff runs Gas Relief Hospital - Bhopal Central Chronicle, 16th March 2001


chroniclejan26.html
Lapierre traces gas disaster history - Bhopal Central Chronicle, 26 January 2001


cinematictribute.html
MIT screening of 'Bhopal Express'


cjmjune2000.html
Criminal proceedings before the Chief Judicial Magistrate, Bhopal on June 27 - 28, 2000 in Criminal Case No. RT- 8460/96 - State Versus Keshub Mahindra and other accused including Warren Anderson and Union Carbide Corporation
Evidence of prosecution witness S.S. Gupta
ClassActionAgainstDowChemi.html
A CLASS ACTION AGAINST DOW CHEMICAL REGARDING ITS MERGER WITH UNION CARBIDE IS ANNOUNCED - May 3, 2000


Clintonletter.html
An invitation to President Clinton from the From The Survivors of the Union Carbide Disaster to visit Bhopal during his Presidential visit to India - March 6, 2000


cm.html
Survivors protest against Chief Minister Digvijay Singh's December 2nd 2000 statement that "The city's residents are no longer suffering from the after effects of the Bhopal gas disaster"


corp.html
Corporate news, 1999-2001, mainly relating to Dow Chemical


corpprofiledow.html
Dow's corporate profile  - 1. The Menace from Midland


depbhopalgas.html
Achievements of the The Department of Bhopal Gas Tragedy Relief and Rehabilitation, amounting to, well, ZERO


Depo4May.html
Proceedings before the Chief Judicial Magistrate, Bhopal on 4 and 5th May 2000, in Criminal Case No. RT- 8460/96
State versus Keshub Mahindra and other accused including Warren Anderson and Union Carbide Corporation
Deposition and cross-examination of one witness; Mr. A. D. Pawde, aged 70 years, retired Deputy Superintendent of Police, Central Bureau of Investigation, Bombay.
Deposition and cross-examination of one witness; S. Kumarswamy


dioxinking.html
A SEPTEMBER 1995 GREENPEACE report found that chlorine-based products produced by Dow Chemical -- including PVC plastics, pesticides, and solvents -- constitute the world's largest source of dioxins. The report describes a Dow campaign to obscure dioxin sources, deny their connection to industrial chlorine chemistry and work through corporate front groups to fight restrictions on chlorine use.


dow'sreport.html
Clippings from the Dow Chemical Corporation 1998 Annual Report


dowaction.html
Barrage DOW Day, 10 May 2000


dowcarbide14june.html
Dow and Union Carbide Anticipate Third Quarter Completion of Merger -June 14, 2000


dowcorning.html
Dow's corporate profile 2. Dow Corning: Breast Implants Gone Bad


dowcorpacc.html
Corporate accountability - The South's day in court
ON MARCH 28, 1990, the Texas Supreme Court handed down a landmark decision that shocked the business community and bucked the trend across the United States of restricting foreigners from suing U.S. corporations for injuries caused overseas. In a 5-4 decision, the Court gave notice to U.S. companies that if they hawk their hazardous wares overseas, they may find themselves hauled into U.S. courts, at least in Texas anyway.


dowexpects.html
Dow Chemical expects $60 billion in sales by 2010


dowfocusindia.html
Dow Chemical says to focus on India
Monday September 25, Reuters
BOMBAY, Sept 25 (Reuters) - America's second ranked chemicals firm Dow Chemical Co. said on Monday it plans to focus on India as a key region for its business development


dowimbalance.html
Dow's vital statistics


dowindia.html
DOW - making a beeline for INDIA
Just as they said they would, Dow are investing hugely in India as a key region for business development. In September 2000, they announced a new business region for the Middle East and the Indian sub-continent headquartered in Dubai.


dowintro.html
Dow Chemical Corporation -The alternative corporate profile


dowphase1.html
Dow Achieves 'Phase I' Goals; Aims to Accelerate Growth


dowshareholdersmeeting.html
The Dow Shareholders Meeting, May 11, 2000
On May 11, 2000, activists from the Campaign for Justice in Bhopal and INFACT participated in the shareholders meeting of Dow as proxy shareholders


dowsplit.html

Dow Declares Stock Split and Plans to Increase Dividend
Company declares 354th consecutive quarterly dividend 12.5.2000


dowupdate00.html
Dow’s Public Report 2000 Update: The Power of Integration


dowupdate99.html
Dow Releases Update to Public Report 1999, May 22, 2000


dow_completes_merger.html
Dow Completes Merger with Union Carbide:
Announces Amounts and Record Dates for Pro Rata Dividends
Midland, MI – February 6, 2001 — The Dow Chemical Company announced that it has completed its merger with Union Carbide Corporation. Additionally, the companies announced the amounts, record dates and payable dates of the pro rata dividends that will be paid shortly to Dow and Union Carbide stockholders.


dozenways.html
Dozen Ways to Help Sambhavna


dursbanletter.html
Letter to The Editor, Dow Chemical and the Food Quality Protection Act
From: Consumer Union Washington, D. C. Office April 2, 1998


ecodebt.html
The Southern Peoples' Ecological Debt Creditors' Alliance
http://ecodebt@cosmovisiones.com
26th September 2000


ecosocialimpact.html
Union Carbide's poisons: the economic and social impact
Government documentation? Forget it
Government rehabilitation? Forget it
Local NGOs doing their bit? Forget it
Special attention to widows and orphans? Forget it
The failure of the Madhya Pradesh government
Good news from Bhopal: the struggle continues


EPAcarbideaward.html
Carbide capable of "oustanding environmental quality"???
Write and tell them what you think


eurocom.html
European Commission Approves Merger of Dow With Union Carbide
HORGEN, Switzerland, May 3, 2000


factsheet.html
16th Anniversary of the December 2-3, 1984
Union Carbide Disaster in Bhopal
Fact Sheet for Journalists


fakir.html
Andhe Faqir Ka Chouraha
Seventy or so years ago what is today known as the Bhopal Talkies, one of the busiest crossroads in Old Bhopal, was called Andhe Faqir Ka Chouraha (Blind Faquir’s crossroads). The land where Bhopal Talkies stands now and the area around it were a vast graveyard or simply a jungle. The railway station was then at a distance from the city. (Read on)


FP13mar2001.html
Gas victims hold Dow Chemicals accountable for Carbide's crimes
Free Press News Service 13th March 2001


ftc_backs_dow6feb.html
FTC Backs Dow, Union Carbide Merger with Conditions
Dow Jones Newswires, 6th February 2001


fulldowclass.html
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
Class Action Suit, jury trial demanded


fullreport.html
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
SAJIDA BANO, SUNIL KUMAR, DR. STANLEY NORTON, ASAD KHAN, SHIV NARAYAN MAITHIL, DEVENDRA KUMAR YADAV, BHOPAL GAS PEEDIT MAHILA UDYOG SANGATHAN (BGPMUS), GAS PEEDIT NIRASHRIT PENSION BHOGI SANGHARSH MORCHA (GPNPBSM), BHOPAL GAS PEEDIT MAHILA STATIONERY KARMACHARI SANGH (BGPMSKS), BHOPAL GAS PEEDIT SANGHARSH SAHAYOG SAMITI (BGPSSS), and BHOPAL GROUP FOR INFORMATION AND ACTION (BGIA), on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated,
Plaintiffs,
- against -
UNION CARBIDE CORPORATION and WARREN ANDERSON,
Defendants


gasfacts.html
The Bhopal Gas Tragedy - just an accident?


gpexecsummary.html
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF THE GREENPEACE REPORT
Greenpeace Research Laboratories, Exeter 1999


Greengground.htm
GREENPEACE FINDS GROUNDWATER TOXICITY


greenpeace.html
1.CARBIDE'S "ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY"?
2.SUMMARY OF THE GREENPEACE REPORT


guardian12jan2000.html
Court told design flaws led to Bhopal leak
Mazhar Ullah in Bhopal, The Guardian (UK) online
http://www.guardian.co.uk Wednesday January 12, 2000


gynaead.html
Sambhavna Clinic, Bhopal needs a socially committed Gynaecologist


hamid.html
When Hamid Qureshi’s speech rocked Bhopal


hazdursban.html
Toxic chemicals & health: pesticides
A summary of the hazards of Dursban (chlorpyrifos)


imcbrecbht.html
IMCB submission to the empowered committee
IMCB recommendations regarding the Bhopal Hospital Trust given to concerned officials of the Indian Government on the 11th March 1996


infactdow.html
INFACT's Hall of Shame
Dow Chemical (Dow), the second-largest US-based chemical corporation with over $20 billion in revenues, will celebrate its 100th anniversary this year. The chemical giant's history is blemished with the production, marketing, or cover-up of information related to dangerous products such as Agent Orange and the pesticides DBCP and Dursban. Today Dow faces thousands of lawsuits related to silicone breast implants. The corporation is also under fire as the world's largest producer of chlorine (a byproduct of which is dioxin), and as a major source of chemicals that contribute to global climate change and other health and environmental problems.


insamb.html
Inside Sambhavna


intall.html
International Alliance for Justice in Bhopal
Press Release: Thursday May 11, 2000
Indian and US Activists to Alert Dow Shareholders of two Pending Class Actions: Dow Will Inherit Criminal Liability of UCC


july15appeal.html
APPEAL FROM THE HUNGER STRIKERS
15th July, 2002
Please join the three hunger strikers from Bhopal (Rashida bi, Tara bai and Sathyu) and one thousand Bhopalis sitting on Dharna at Jantar Mantar, on 16th July, at 10.30 am. It will be the 22nd day of dharna and 19th day of hunger strike.


lanceteddec.html
Has the World Forgotten Bhopal?
Editorial, The Lancet
(online at http://www.thelancet.com) Vol.356, No.9245, 2 Dec 2000


lawsuitupdate.html
The federal class action lawsuit - a short update as of May 1, 2000


legal.html
Legal update 1999- 2001


legalnov30.html
LEGAL UPDATE as of December 1, 2000


links.html
Old links page


lokayuktaraids21feb.html
Lokayukta raids MPPCB chairman's residence
Central Chronicle Bhopal, Wednesday February 21, 2001


medical.html
Medical Care in Bhopal
Link to the 16th Anniversary health care report:
THE ONGOING MEDICAL DISASTER


memo2822001.html
Memorandum presented to Dow by Bhopal survivors at their India headquarters, Corporate Park, Chembur, Mumbai  Wednesday 28th February 2001


merger.html
Complaint against Dow Chemical/Union Carbide merger
to the European Commission, Jan 21st 2000 by Green MEPs


mergerinfo.html
KILLER CARBIDE IS NOW DOW CHEMICAL


mergerinfo2.html
The Dow Chemical Company a.k.a DIOXIN KING


mergerinfo3.html
DOW must pay for Union Carbide's crimes in Bhopal


mergerinfo4.html

The Indian government - Colluding with Carbide


mergerUCCDow.html
Dow Chemical, Union Carbide
Press Conference Summary
August 4, 1999


mminvreply.htm
Carbide response from Tomm Sprick to Mahesh Mathai's invitation to a screening of 'Bhopal Express'


musick.html
UNION CARBIDE:
A Case of Environmental Disregard and Disrespect
by Melissa Musick 17 November 1999


newdepo.html
Proceedings before the Chief Judicial Magistrate, Bhopal
on January 10 and 11, 2000 in Criminal Case No. RT- 8460/96
Deposition and cross – examination of
Mr. Suman Dey, Age 42 years, running a mechanical workshop in Bhopal, former Plant Control Room Operator, Union Carbide, Bhopal.
Dr S. Varadarajan, head of the 16 member scientific team appointed by the Government of India to look into the causes of the disaster.
Surendra Singh Thakur, Police Sub-Inspector, Police Station Hanumanganj.
Bipin Tiwari, police sub-inspector at the time of the disaster.
Mohan Lal Varma, aged 40, presently assistant manager District Industries Centre, Hoshangabad.
P. T. Kuttapan, aged 45, former plant operator, UCIL, Bhopal.
T.R. Chouhan, aged 45, assistant manager of District Industries and Commercial Centre, Bhopal, former MIC plant operator, UCIL, Bhopal.


new2depo.html
Proceedings before the Chief Judicial Magistrate, Bhopal
on March 6,7 and 8, 2000 in Criminal Case No. RT- 8460/96
Latest depositions in the Bhopal Criminal Case against Union Carbide 8 March, 2000.
Deposition of prosecution witness of Madangopal Parashar (55) son of Kashi Ram Parashar resident of RB-IV 408-b Shakti Nagar, Railway Colony, Habibganj, Bhopal 462 024.
Vinod Kumar Tyagi, son of B.S. Tyagi, resident of 963- Z, Timarpur, Delhi 110 064.
Daulat Singh (45), Police Sub-Inspector, Indore.
Gopal Singh Rajput (46), Sub-Inspector of Talaya Police Station.


newsci.html
Class Act
By Debora Mackenzie in the New Scientist
THIS MONTH, the remaining survivors of the Bhopal tragedy in India will begin a class action lawsuit in the US against the plant's former owners, Union Carbide. And about time . . .
new_book_more_than_tragedy.htm
New book more than tragedy retold: Lapierre
Hindustan Times Bhopal Live Friday, January 26, 2001


notepres.html
Medical Research carried out by the Sambhavna Clinic


pictures.html
pictures from Bhopal


pmletter.html
The Prime Minister, Government of India
March 17, 2000
Urgent Issues concerning National Sovereignty and Justice with regard to the December 1984 Union Carbide Disaster in Bhopal to be raised before President Bill Clinton during his upcoming visit.


pmmemo.html
The Prime Minister, Government of India
March 23, 2000
Urgent attention to lingering issues of the December '84 Union Carbide Disaster in Bhopal


pmmemooct2.html
The Prime Minister, Government of India
October 31 2000
Demand for support of the Government of India to the legal action of the survivors of the Bhopal disaster in the US courts


policecomplaint.html
Complaint filed against Dow Chemicals and others at the Gautam Nagar Police Station, Bhopal on 2nd April, 2001 Re : Punitive action against persons responsible for the incident of fire in Atal - Ayub Nagar on March 21, 2001


press12march.html
March 12th 2001
Bhopal Survivors Renew Fight for Justice:
It's Dow Now


press2822001.html
Press statement 28th February 2001
Killer Carbide survivors protest against Dow Chemical
300 survivors of the December 1984 Union Carbide disaster in Bhopal protested at the Chembur office of Dow Chemical International Private Ltd. today demanding that Dow take on the outstanding liabilities left behind by the Union Carbide Corporation in Bhopal.


resolution.html
MEPs' (Members of the European Parliament) Resolution regarding Union Carbide at the 15th anniversary, 1999


sam16th.html
The Sambhavna Trust was set up as a registered charitable trust in June 1995 with the sole objective of improving the health condition of the survivors of the Bhopal disaster.


sambav.html
2. The Sambhavna Trust & the Bhopal People's Health and Documentation Clinic


seveso.html

Dioxin: Seveso disaster testament to effects of dioxin Japan Times May 6, 1999


shakeel.html
Shakeel's story
Shakeel was born in February 1985. While in his mother's womb he was heavily exposed to the toxic gas cloud that leaked from Union Carbide's pesticide factory in Bhopal on the night of the 2nd/3rd December 1984. 40 tons of methyl isocyanate, hydrogen cyanide and other unknown gases have killed more than 20,000 people and maimed more than half a million people to date. Shakeel is one of the many exposed children who are suffering physical and mental growth and development problems as a result of the gas. The following text is a verbatim (translated) interview with Shakeel and his family from November 2000. It appeared in The Guardian (UK) on Saturday 2nd and Monday 4th December as part of the Bhopal Medical Appeal's fundraising efforts on behalf of the Sambhavna Clinic, Bhopal.


shapiro.html
Summary of Princeton University student meeting with President Harold T. Shapiro (Dow Board member and a member of Dow's Environmental, Health, Safety and Public Policy Committee)


SharesMay.html
Carbide Q1 Profits Rise, Beat Forecasts


similar.html
Similar Industrial Tragedies
The poisoning of Minamata, Japan
Dioxin poisoning in Seveso, Italy


story.html
The Story Of a Bhopal Survivor


survdowletter.html
When news of the merger reached Bhopal, survivors organizations sent this letter to Dow Chemical Corporation on August 7, 1999. There has been no response to this letter as yet.


survivor4june.html
Survivor's Organisations Press Release
Bhopal: 4th June 2000
Organizations of survivors of the December ’84 Union Carbide disaster and other plaintiffs in the class action suit filed against Union Carbide Corporation, USA and its former chairman Warren Anderson in the federal Court in New York today briefed media persons on the progress of the case and other recent developments. According to these organizations and individuals that are fighting for justice and a better deal for the victims, this and other legal actions in the US courts carry the potential of delivering exemplary punishment to the principal authors of the world’s worst industrial disaster.


tran.html
Dow's Agent Orange
TRAN BINH MINH was born in 1994, to parents exposed to Agent Orange


UCC25.html
Carbide cripples Bhopal


uccchairletter.html
UCC Chairman's Letter
from http://www.unioncarbide.com/
We enter 1999 with an ever-increasing dedication and commitment to Responsible Care because we know we must continue to improve our health, safety and environmental performance to achieve our strategic goals.


uccdow.html
Summary of Carbide and Dow 'achievements'


UCCMayaward.html
U.S. EPA Presents Environmental Quality Award to Union Carbide
Union Carbide Corporation Press Release


uccpr.html
UNION CARBIDE INTRODUCES NEXT-GENERATION LIQUID SURFACTANT


uccrespcare.html
UCC's Responsible Care
Responsible Care is the chemical industry's health, safety and environmental (HSE) performance improvement initiative. It is also the ethical framework around which member companies of the Chemical Manufacturers Association (CMA) operate, representing their commitment to respond to public concerns about the safe management of chemicals.


union_carbide_survivors.html
Union Carbide's poison gases:
Medical disaster
Economic and social impact
Environmental damage


volunteer.html
Want to help?
Since the clinic opened in September 1996, a number of volunteers have contributed their skills and experience in the areas of allopathy, advertising, publishing, medical research, interpreting, website building and others. We welcome serious and committed volunteers, with an awareness of, and sensitivity towards the complex issues of the Bhopal disaster. A working knowledge of Hindi will make your stay more enjoyable but is not essential. - Old file, volunteers still welcome, but the particular needs mentioned here are out of date.


updatejuly6.doc
SATYAGRAHA ON THE MOVE
DAY 8: Indefinite Hunger Strike for Justice in Bhopal
Update: Saturday 6 July, 2002


updatejuly8.doc
Satyagraha on the Move: Monday 8 July 2002
Day 10 of the Indefinite Hunger Strike for Justice in Bhopal


Yogi15.htm
Bhopal 15 years later
"WE ARE NEITHER LIVING NOR DEAD"
Yogi Aggarwal travelled to Bhopal again 15 years after the gas tragedy that has killed over 20,000 people so far.