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Bhopal update - 03-16-11

Released on 2012-02-27 00:00 GMT

Email-ID 390080
Date 2011-03-16 16:32:20
Scot, Tomm,

The Central Michigan Life report on Jacques Servin's presentation to CMU
students on Monday now has a 1-minute video accompanying the print story.

He talked briefly about the goal of "bringing under-reported news into the
spotlight" and mentioned the Bhopal/BBC action, saying "they got onto BBC
posing as a spokesman for the Dow Chemical Corporation." Some of the video
appears to be a direct interview with the reporter, some is of the

- Colin Toogood posted the link to the CM-Life story on the BMA's
Twitter account.

A Nashville "Scene" entertainment media event posting announced Bonanno
and Bichlbaum's engagement at Vanderbilt Univ. tonight.


IBN-Live reported on the ICMR's cancer assessment in Bhopal, that cancer
rates increased more than 70% from 1989-2008 "in areas affected by" MIC.
Two doctors quoted said MIC can't be ruled out when considering causes of

Times of India published an article titled "Like Bhopal, Fukushima may
haunt future." As with the majority of recent articles on the nuclear
crisis in Japan, the Bhopal gas tragedy is cited, but that is all.

- This article was posted on the BMA website today as new "news."

MoneyLife magazine published the next installment of "how to" articles on
use of the RTI act. The author is again Vinita Deshmuhk, who offered
instructions on "writing a letter to the authorities for inspection of
files under Section 4 of the RTI Act." She related the communication steps
she took "in the case of Dow" when requesting to see government files, and
noted a letter template has since been devised.

The Weekend Leader, an Indian publication, posted a profile of Alok Pratap
Singh titled "Bhopal gas victims see some hope as Alok Pratap Singh's
fight yields fruit." The article appears to be from January, as the legal
system information is on the MP HC's orders to Dow to present the UCC
merger documentation and to the GoI's Task Force on the steps taken for
"removing toxic waste from the infamous plant."

Ann Sigsby

Senior Analyst

Allis Information Management


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