Developments in Indian Federalism: 2005–2007

@article{Tummala2007DevelopmentsII,
  title={Developments in Indian Federalism: 2005–2007},
  author={Krishna K. Tummala},
  journal={Asian Journal of Political Science},
  year={2007},
  volume={15},
  pages={139 - 160}
}
Abstract The subject matter of this paper, in general, is federalism in India. Three recent instances of the impact of Article 356—the ‘Emergency Provisions’—are analyzed to study two questions. How is federalism affected when different political parties are in power in the States and at the federal level, and does the current coalition government's experience help or hinder federalism? As to the first question, the two States of Jharkhand and Bihar, with particular emphasis on the latter, in… Expand

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