3 edition of Constitutional problems of Federal India found in the catalog.
Constitutional problems of Federal India
K. N. Haksar
Reprint of the ed. published 1930.
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The genesis of the present federal system in India lies in the Simon Report of May which supported the idea of a federal government in India. This support for the federal form of government for the India of the future was further affirmed in the in the First Round Table Conference of Author: Pragya Bansal.
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security, economy and identity were the common goals of all units; federal system was the most suitable answer to these issues and demands Constitutional problems of Federal India book the case of Pakistan. With an analysis of the concept, present research examines the history and constitutional development regarding federalism in Pakistan.
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