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Cabinet Committee on Security

Not to be confused with the Cabinet Committee on National Security of Pakistan.

The Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) of the Central Government of India decides on India's defence expenditure,[1] matters of National Security,[2] and makes significant appointments.[3]

CCS is chaired by the Prime Minister of India and comprises the Minister of Defence, the Minister of Finance, the Minister of Home Affairs, and the Minister of External Affairs.[4]

The current Cabinet Committee on Security consists of:

The full list of Cabinet Committees is:[4]

  • Appointments Committee of the Cabinet
  • Cabinet Committee on Accommodation
  • Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs
  • Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs
  • Cabinet Committee on Political Affairs
  • Cabinet Committee on Prices
  • Cabinet Committee on Security
  • Cabinet Committee on World Trade Organisation Matters
  • Cabinet Committee on Investment
  • Cabinet Committee on Unique Identification Authority of India related issues
  • Cabinet Committee on Skill Development

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References

  1. ^ "Cabinet Committee on Security clears IAF's trainer aircraft deal". CNN IBN. 10 May 2012. Retrieved 29 July 2012. 
  2. ^ http://www.firstpost.com/world/upa-wont-act-tough-dont-expect-any-turn-around-in-indias-pakistan-policy-584223.html
  3. ^ "Padgaonkar, Radha Kumar & Ansari to be interlocutors".  
  4. ^ a b "Composition of the Cabinet Committees (as on 02.01.2013)".  


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