The Bhopal gas tragedy is the world's worst industrial disaster and remains a blot in Independent India's history. Even after two decades, the pain and suffering of the victims of the tragedy are still alive. The scars run deep, and the truth seems to be buried by politics. Corporate liability, when it comes to MNCs, still remains elusive in the industry even as the government passes the buck on who allowed Warren Anderson go scot-free. Has India learnt its lessons from the Bhopal gas tragedy?
02:49 PM, Jun 16, 2010
It's been more than 25 years since the world's worst industrial disaster struck the industrial town of Bhopal. A lower court has convicted all the eight accused in the gas leak that left 15,000 people dead and innumerable crippled for life. 25 years on, has justice finally been delivered? Or is the verdict too little, too late?
12:04 PM, Jun 07, 2010