Bhopal: 25 years on
Image of a policeman touring the site of the deserted Union Carbide factory in Bhopal

Page last updated at 11:43 GMT, Tuesday, 19 January 2010

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A Hindu holy man takes part in a memorial service for victims of the 1984 gas disaster in Bhopal, India.
Residents of the Indian city of Bhopal mark 25 years since a gas leak killed thousands and made many more ill.
FEATURES AND ANALYSIS
Graffiti in Bhopal
The hunger for justice among those who suffered remains undiminished
How development came to a halt after the gas leak
Tourists are urged to look beyond the gas leak
Those caught up in the Bhopal disaster remember 1984

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FEATURES AND ANALYSIS
Industry fails to lift the Bhopal economy
Education is regarded as crucial to city's future
The tragedy continues to dominate lives

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