Dr. Arti Kaushik
Federalism, Asymmetric federalism, Indian federal system, Political curb, Centralising Drift.
This article states the features of India’s federal system and the process that seeks to explain the effectiveness in the terms of their collaboration with the estimation of building the nation and formation of state in India. This is done through the representation of the basic structure of federalism in India and its political curb. Federalism along with parliamentarism is axial principle of the Government in India. Federalism of the country cannot be considered as a static entity. It has been developing over the years form a predominantly parliamentary system. The flexibility of the federal process has made it possible for the state in India to accommodate ethno national movements in the form of new regions, thus gradually increasing both the number of states and the governability of the union. In this article, we can examine the federal Process in India, structure, asymmetric federalism, and the interaction between globalization and India’s federal system, in the context of the country’s past 10 years (estimated) of economic reform. The presentation will conclude by flagging a range of other disputes where the contest between the centralising and the federalising readings of the Constitution continues to play out and continues to contribute to the Constitution’s overall centralising drift.
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Unique Paper ID: 162412

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 10

Page(s): 81 - 84
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