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India: A massive testing ground
 
A small bud growing in front of the Union Carbide plant in Bhopal, where in 1984 a leak of methyl isocyanate gas and other chemicals from the plant resulted in the exposure of hundreds of thousands of people [Jeremy Young]
A mural painted on a wall near the Union Carbide factory in Bhopal [Jeremy Young]
A young boy at the Bhopal Group for Information and Action. His parents were survivors of the disaster [Jeremy Young]
The view from high above Dharavi, one of India's largest slums made famous by Slumdog Millionaire [Jeremy Young]
Al Jazeera English cameraman Thierry Humeau films as people bathe in the river [Jeremy Young]
Rubbish is strewn across the beach in Mumbai [Jeremy Young]
A clinical trial participant prepares to give blood at a clinical research organisation in Mumbai [Jeremy Young]
A mother with her son at a public hospital in Indore. Clinical trials there have been suspended pending an investigation [Jeremy Young]
A gurney being used for patients at Indore hospital in central India [Jeremy Young]
Children pitch coins alongside the waterfront in Mumbai [Jeremy Young]
The big board for a local cricket club in Mumbai [Jeremy Young]
A wedding procession in a village outside of Indore in central India [Jeremy Young]
Children in Andhra Pradesh hang on to the crew's car as they drive away [Jeremy Young]
A village elder salutes the Fault Lines crew in a small village in southern India [Jeremy Young]
Al Jazeera English senior producer Jeremy Young is surrounded by children in a village in Andhra Pradesh [Jeremy Young]
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