3 edition of Indian federalism and autonomy found in the catalog.
|Statement||[edited by] S. Chandrasekhar.|
|Contributions||Chandrasekhar, S., National Seminar on Centre State Relations (1987? : Andhra University)|
|LC Classifications||JQ220.S8 I52 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 186 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||88903679|
Details for: Indian federalism ; Normal view MARC view ISBD view. Indian federalism By: Tillin, Louise. Material type: Book Series: Oxford India short introductions. Publisher: New Delhi Oxford University Press Description: xiv, p. Includes bibliographical references and index. Table of Contents. 1. Continuity and change in contemporary Indian federalism Chanchal Kumar Sharma and Wilfried Swenden 2.A situational theory of pork-barrel politics: The shifting logic of discretionary allocations in India Chanchal Kumar Sharma 3. Rethinking central planning: A federal critique of the Planning Commission Wilfried Swenden and Rekha Saxena 4.
Author by: Mokbul Ali Laskar Languange: en Publisher by: Notion Press Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 38 Total Download: File Size: 47,5 Mb Description: "This book is a detailed overview of the institutional and historical trajectory of Indian federalism, including both territorial and non-territorial aspects of Indian extensive analysis has been made of. A distinguishing aspect of Indian federalism is that unlike many other forms of federalism, it is asymmetric and gives limited autonomy to only some Indian states. Article of the Constitution of India made special provisions for the state of Jammu and Kashmir as per its Instrument of Accession but it was revoked in
T T Asia/Kolkata Asia Society: Indian Fiscal Federalism Book launch and address by Mr. Shaktikanta Das, Governor, Reserve Bank of India followed by a discussion by Dr. Y V Reddy and Mr. G R Reddy with Sudhir Shrivastava, Neelkanth Mishra, and Prachi Mishra moderated by Niranjan Rajadhyaksha. Rival Claims is an important contribution to the literature on territorial autonomy generally and Indian federalism more specifically. Bethany Lacina advances an important and so far largely neglected argument on when demands for autonomy occur and when they result in conflict."".
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Delhi: B.R. Pub. Corp., "Constitutional Semantics and Autonomy within Indian Federalism" published on 01 Jan by Brill | by: 1. Federalism, Autonomy and Centre-State Relations throws light on the fact that the future of the democratic federal set-up of the Indian learned war asserts at the future Indian federal set-up lies not in repressing the desires, aspiration and dreams of the various regions and sub-regions Indian federalism and autonomy book in generating forces of creative, cohesive, consensual federalism; advancing unity in diversity and Author: R K Chaubey.
Autonomy and Ethnicity - edited by Yash Ghai October For the architects of the Indian constitution, federalism was a constitutional device that could engage this diversity in the project of nation building. It embodied and institutionalised those values that represented their own hopes and aspirations for independent India: democratic Cited by: 3.
: The Politics of Autonomy: Indian Experiences (): Ranabir Samaddar: Books. Indian federalism evades any specific definition or classification.
Its nature keeps on changing to maintain the delicate and crucial balance between centripetal and centrifugal forces in the country. In Indian federation, state autonomy has multiple shades of meaning.
The hypothesis of this study is that an inclusive approach is needed. Indian federalism in pages and pages respectively. Further-more, six of Friedrich's eight pages are devoted to reporting the existence of a variety of languages in India, an obvious fact to anyone even mildly interested in Indian federalism.
For Bombwall and Franda, on the other hand, diversity of languages is only one. “ Rival Claims is an important contribution to the literature on territorial autonomy generally and Indian federalism more specifically. Bethany Lacina advances an important and so far largely neglected argument on when demands for autonomy occur and when they result in conflict.” —Simon Hug, Université de Genève.
Essay on Indian Federalism and State Autonomy. Territorially based ethnic movements, especially in the north-west and the north-east posed serious challenges to Indian federalism in a very acute way in the s under the regimes of Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi these movements, especially in Punjab, Assam, Mizoram and Jammu and Kashmir.
The regionalisation of India’s party system between contributed to the appearance that deeper federalism and growing regional autonomy vis. The book proceeds along four hypotheses that link “the prime minister’s dependence on competing regional interests to violence, new Indian states, and state majoritarianism” (33–34).
The first hypothesis is that pro-autonomy violence is more likely if pro- and anti-autonomy interests have similar representation in the prime minister’s. “The issue of state autonomy has been a major issue in the dynamics of Indian federalism”, deliberate with examples.
Topic: Functions and responsibilities of the Union and the States, issues and challenges pertaining to the federal structure, devolution of powers and finances up to local levels and challenges.
About the Book. To understand how politics, the economy, and public policy function in the world’s largest democracy, an appreciation of federalism is essential. Bringing to sur. Federalism in India refers to relations between the Centre and states of Union of India. The Constitution of India establishes structure of the Indian government.
Part XI of the Indian constitution specifies the distribution of legislative, administrative and executive powers between the union government and the States of India. The legislative powers are categorised under a Union List, a. Understanding Contemporary Indian Federalism: Competing Perspectives, New Challenges and Future Directions, Paperback by Sharma, Chanchal Kumar (EDT); Swenden, Wilfried (EDT), ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the USSeller Rating: % positive.
This volume tells us that a critical inquiry into the idea of autonomy suggests that the politics of the future will be the politics of autonomies: an engagement that combines notions like self-government, women`s autonomy, devolution of power, the rights of minorities, greater popular access to resources, and legal pluralism, and where different autonomies must learn to negotiate and co-exist.
Rival Claims: Ethnic Violence and Territorial Autonomy under Indian Federalism by Bethany Lacina University of Michigan Press, Cloth: | eISBN: Library of Congress Classification JSL33 Indian federalism in larger framewo rks are, in our view, to be given due importance.
e period under review marks the conclusive end of Indian exceptio nalism in federal studies, a trend that was. The biggest hint of federalism in India lies in the history of its foundation in when after the Partition of Pakistan from the Indian subcontinent all the provinces, presidencies, and princely states were united under an instrument of accession that signifies that all these previously sovereign or reliant states came together to be called.
Rival Claims challenges the conventional beliefs that territorial autonomy demands are a reaction to centralized power and that governments resist autonomy to preserve central prerogatives.
The center has allegiances in regional politics, and ethnoterritorial violence reflects the center’s entanglement with rival interests in the periphery. International policymakers, activists, and scholars frequently advocate for territorial autonomy as the natural, just, and pragmatic solution to ethnic conflict.
In India, quasi-ethnic federalism is credited with ensuring the country’s survival, though numerous violent movements for ethnic self.A/q to Alfred Stepan federalism is the form of governance suitable to all multi-national & multi-ethnic democracies. This is so because in such countries, federalism reconcile two essential principles of ‘autonomy’ & ‘integration’.
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