Nasir and Salma, two of the 10,000-20,000 who died of gas exposure on and shortly after December 3, 1984.
The annual ritual of burning CEOs, politicians, companies and countries, in effigy.
One of many vague cartographic versions of the dispersion of methyl isocyante over Bhopal.
A ward in a special "gas relief" hospital in Bhopal, from a government propaganda report.
Most clinics for the gas exposed are abandoned, under construction, unstaffed or unsupplied.
Many gas survivors are still waiting for compensation for the loss of their loved ones.
The morning after the gas the streets, the hospitals, and the buildings were littered with the dead and the dying of Bhopal