5 edition of Constitutional problems of Federal India found in the catalog.
Reprint of the ed. published 1930.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 121 p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
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In India, there are two governments in existence, the Union Government and the State Government. So, here is the key takeaway. Hence, unlike the provincial portion of the Act, the Federal portion was to go into effect only when half the States by weight agreed to federate.
The Governor General by his special powers and responsibilities could dominate the ministers. Will the emergence of single party system good or bad for Democracy and economic development?
However, the Liberalsand even elements in the Congress were tepidly willing to give it a go. Also, divisive forces in the northern part and north-eastern states in alliance with immediate alien powers demand secession from India. Therefore, taking a life could infringe the Constitution, whereas failing to provide health care may not.
A federation in which Constitutional problems of Federal India lines of communication are long and difficult has to face the difficulty of keeping in touch with all the units. e; the power to legislate with respect to any matter not enumerated in anyone of the three Lists,- in the Union Legislature Article 248.
MODULE X: Union and State Judiciary• Indian Constitutional Needs — the Ongoing Dysfunction :•  Woodrow Wilson, Constitutional Government, quoted in New York v.
The powers of both the Central and State Governments are specifically enumerated in the Union list and State list respectively while powers mentioned in the Concurrent list are enjoyed by the two sets of governments.
Federal Part of the Act:- All India Federation:• Actually, it is essential in the commercial and economic interests of the Union to have a uniform monetary system.
Economic federalism [ ] States are at liberty to manage their finances as long as that does not lead to financial emergency as per Article 360.
No equality of State representation in Rajya Sabha• ADVERTISEMENTS: Efficiency norms insist that tax allocation among different layers of government should be decided by the capacity of feasibility to administer the tax effectively.