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Raghu Rai - INDIA. Bhopal. 2001.
INDIA. Bhopal. Foetuses which were aborted by pregnant women while escaping from the gas, were preserved by Dr. Satpathy, a forensic expert at the State Governm
INDIA. Bhopal. Nanko, now 76 years old, was independent and able to provide for his family. Since the disaster he has become a beggar. 2001.
There is no official memorial to the 20.000 who died from the toxic gas, nor for the 150.000 who suffer damages. This statue of mother and child by Ruth Waterma
INDIA. Bhopal. 2001. Skulls discarded after research at the Hamida Hospital. Medical experts believe that the toxic gas inhaled by the people of Bhopal may have
Mohammad Khan in the cemetery where his son, who was exposed to the gas, is buried.
He is a daily visitor.
Dashrat Prasad , 55 years old, is a resident of the Jayaprakash Nagar colony. He can no longer work, enfeebled with tuberculosis. The family has to live on a sm
Devchand, 65 years old, lives opposite the Union Carbide factory. Moving from his house into the sunshine is a difficult task, he is debilitated forever.
After the Bhopal disaster, Sunil became the eldest male member of his family at the age of seven. His parents and his five siblings all died.
Amarchand Ajmera, 76 years old, has committed his life to ensure that everyone gets decent last rites, but at the moment of the Bhopal disaster it was impossibl
INDIA. Bhopal. 2001.
INDIA. Bhopal. Gangaram had come to Bhopal to get treatment for leprosy at the Hamida Hospital. He was cured when the toxic gas hit the city. He is now, again,
INDIA. Bhopal survivors protest in New Delhi, to extradite Warren Anderson, former chief executive of Union Carbide. Anderson is evading justice in the United