Chemical Weapons Convention Current Affairs, GK & News
Britain proposed a declaration for support on the chemical weapons convention (CWC), also known as the convention on the prohibition of the development, stockpiling, production and use of chemical weapons and on their destruction, at the UN security council, which was passed unanimously by a 15-member body. The security council also reaffirmed its opposition to ..
Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) which is a legally binding international Convention was adopted in 1992 by UN Conference on Disarmament and came into force in 1997. It is implemented by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW). It is a multilateral treaty that bans chemical weapons and requires their destruction within a specified ..
Inder Jit Singh newly appointed Chairperson of National Authority Chemical Weapons Convention (NACWC)
Dr Inder Jit Singh, the 1985 batch IAS officer, has been given additional charge of the post of Chairperson of National Authority Chemical Weapons Convention (NACWC) with immediate effect. He is an Additional Secretary in Cabinet Secretariat. According to a release issued by Ministry of Personnel stated that the Mr Singh will hold this additional ..
Topics: Cabinet Secretariat • Cabinet Secretariat of India • Chemical warfare • Chemical weapon • Chemical Weapons Convention • Indian Administrative Service • Law by country • National Authority for Chemical Weapons Convention • Politics by country
The Rajya Sabha passed the Chemical Weapons Convention (Amendment) Bill, 2010. India is a signatory to the Convention on the prohibition of the Development, Production, Stockpiling and use of Chemical Weapons and their destruction. The amendment empowers the Centre to make rules on the issue. What is “The Chemical Weapons Convention (Amendment) Bill, 2010”? The ..
Month: Current Affairs - May, 2012