It has been 26 long years since one of the world's worst industrial disasters struck Bhopal. However, even today only nine percent of the victims have been compensated.
On the 26th anniversary, here's a look at how millions of lives changed after the tragedy.
On June 7, eight people convicted for the Bhopal industrial disaster were sentenced to two years in prison by a court in Bhopal. However, they were granted bail shortly after the judgement was pronounced.
The leak at the Union Carbide plant was the worst industrial disaster in history. Forty tonnes of a toxin called methyl isocyanate leaked from the factory and settled over slums on 3 December 1984.
Over 20,000 people were killed within days, and the horrific effects of the gas continue to this day.
The eight people convicted include former senior officials of the Union Carbide company, including senior Indian businessman Keshub Mahindra, who was the chairman of the company when the incident happened.