Where the Union Carbide factory stood three decades ago — about 2.5 km away on the same Berasia Road now — is a museum; a people’s museum, to be precise. The ‘Remember Bhopal’ museum is symbolically located inside the house of a survivor of the horrific night of December 2-3 in 1984. The double-storeyed building gets a constant stream of visitors, ever since the museum was inaugurated on December 2. Click here for the full story.
Story by: Soma Basu of THE HINDU.