3 ( ANI ): Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister M Veerappa Moily has reportedly asked Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to constitute an expert committee to examine the issue of fuel pricing over fears that oil refineries will be hit hard by the finance ministry's move to change the way petrol and diesel are priced.
What does EC stand for?
EC stands for Expert Committee
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- Executive Condominium (Singapore)
- Executive Council
- Executive Council (Maquis Forces International)
- Exempli Causa (Latin: For Example)
- Exercise Countermeasure
- Exit Criteria
- Expansion Coil
- Expedited Cleanup
- Expense Control
- Experiment Container
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- Explorers Club
- Explosives Chemistry
- Extended Control
- Extended Coverage (fire sprinklers)
- Extended Coverage (property insurance covering riot, hail, smoke, explosion, wind, aircraft, vehicle, etc.)
- External Carrier
- Externally Connected (spatial reasoning)
- Extra Credit
- Extra Curricular
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In addition to the initial Medicines Compendium-South Asia (MC-SA) Expert Committee formed in 2011 and chaired by Dr.
Thiruvananthapuram: An expert committee appointed by the Supreme Court has ruled that the endosulfan (pesticide) stocks lying unused in the country can be used for two more years, sparking anger in Kerala, where several organisations have been pushing for a complete ban on the pesticide.
Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (68th: 2006) World Health Organization 2008 471 pages $90.
WHO Expert Committee on drug dependence, Thirty-fourth Report (World Health Organization, Geneva) 2006.
These reviews are typically performed by expert committees referred to as "study sections.
Taken together, these points from the 2003 WHO document make it clear that members of the WHO Expert Committee on Biological Standardization had difficulty dealing with the exceptional problems posed by the first-generation smallpox vaccines, i.
TOXICOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF CERTAIN VETERINARY DRUG RESIDUES IN FOOD Prepared by the Sixtieth meeting of the Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA) Published 2003 Paperback 77 Pages Price: 23.