1 edition of Evolution of federalism in India. -- found in the catalog.
Based mainly upon the dissertatins which secured for its author the degree of D. Phil. in Arts of the University of Calcutta.Bibliography; p. -225.
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Congress and the affected States.
The Supreme Court is an independent authority to declare the Acts of the Union and States ultra-vires if either of them entrenches the defined powers of each other. From unitarism to federalism, unlike other countries where the process has been for separate-units to come together to from the federal-union In India, it was rather the reverse process viz.
In the next year, however, KRISHNA IYER, J. However, the Indian experience suggests that even in this sort of world the management of cntre-state relations can give rise to serious tensions.
The purpose of this Division of Power between the two tiers of government is twofold:• Each government should have total commands over its resources to meet its needs.
To pen down some of these features; Written Constitution Any parliamentary constitution cannot be given the status of being a federal constitution because a written demarcation of the division of power is necessary for the smooth functioning of the Government. Managing this is the challenge for federalism. iii End of British-Colonies : In India, the historical-process to create the federal-system was different.
1918 that federalism, like secularism, is a basic feature of the Constitution. During emergency, the level of control of centre over the states increases. The establishes the structure of the Indian government. The central-power to veto the provincial-legislation has also come to be used sparingly as a result of growth of conventions.
Evolutions and Provisions: The evolution of the federal finance system in India can be traced to the Government of India Act, 1935.
Academic research and theories [ ] According to Kumarasingham, there are three distinctive features of India's federalism.
When the Financial Emergency is in force, the distribution of the financial resources between the Centre and State can be suspended by Centre and all the financial resources can be used by Centre to meet the emergency situation.
Another Emergency provision is Article 360 and talks about Financial Emergency of Centre over the country.