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The Weakness Of The Indian Federalism

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Sk Jahangir Ali The founding fathers of the Indian Constitution drafted a federal constitution with having the federal features namely (1) Distribution of Powers, (2) Supremacy of the Constitution, (3) A Written Constitution, (4) Rigidity and (5)Authority of Courts. The founding fathers adopted these characteristics from the constitutions of U.S.A, Canada, Australia and the Government […]

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By Shalin Chaudhary and Pratyush Raj INTRODUCTION: Federalism is a national political system in which two levels of government, the central government and the regional/state government control the same territory and citizens. It is a philosophy or ideology of political organisation which involves a combination of the principles of centralisation, non-centralisation and power sharing. Federal […]

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