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Bhopal update - 09-06-11

Released on 2012-02-27 00:00 GMT

Email-ID 393642
Date 2011-09-06 17:25:05
Scot, Tomm,

The media so far today is all tangential to the core Bhopal issues.

- Three are pieces on the need for a National Health Bill in India,
mostly based on a speech by N.R. Madhava Menon, who "referred to the
Bhopal Gas Tragedy" as illustrating "inadequate" government resources and
programs to address health and justice needs. The appearances were via
IANS, PTI, and India Pharma News.


- Four are on literary references to the Bhopal Gas Tragedy: the
Siddhartha Deb book "The Beautiful and the Damned" that includes a section
on gas activist Abdul Jabbar, (Business Standard, India Today and The
Brooklyn Rail); a fiction piece by Shashi Warrior, "So Betrayed" relates a
gas survivor's account of the how the tragedy affected his family's lives;
(Business Standard); and a Frontline review of two books on corruption in
India included a photo of the Bhopal gas activists submitting RTI
applications in New Delhi.

- Mail Today cited the Bhopal gas tragedy in workplace rulings by
the Indian Supreme Court in an article on judicial activism in Pakistan.

From activist resources:

- The Chingari Trust blog posted a photo and note from Slumdog
Millionaire actor Dev Patel resulting from a recent visit he made to the
Chingari facility. He complimented Champa Devi Shukla and Rashida Bee as
"extraordinary individuals."

- UK activist Ian Jarvis posted a new item to his blog reporting on
his stay at the Sambhavna Clinic. This post was solely about the workings
of the clinic's environmentally friendly clothes washer.

Ann Sigsby

Senior Analyst

Allis Information Management


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