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 What makes INDIA a FEDERAL country ?

Asked by Dinesh C(student), on 3/3/10

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  INDIA is a Federal Country BECAUSE:-

  1. India has Three-Tier system of govt.
  2. Constitution provide Three type of lists i.e.,   Union List   (having subjects of national importance) , State List(having subjects of state and local importance) , and Concurrent List(having subject of common importance to both central and state govt.) .
  3. Power is shared between Central and State govt. i.e., Decentrilization

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Posted by dua.varun1...(student), on 7/8/11
INDIA is a Federal Country BECAUSE:-
  1. India has Three-Tier system of govt.
  2. Constitution provide Three type of lists i.e., Union List (having subjects of national importance) , State List(having subjects of state and local importance) , and Concurrent List(having subject of common importance to both central and state govt.) .
  3. Power is shared between Central and State govt. i.e., Decentrilization

 
 
Posted by dua.varun1...(student), on 7/8/11
  1. India has Three-Tier system of govt.
  2. Constitution provide Three type of lists i.e.,  Union List  (having subjects of national importance) , State List(having subjects of state and local importance) , and Concurrent List(having subject of common importance to both central and state govt.) .
  3. Power is shared between Central and State govt.

 

Posted by george.peters78...(student), on 5/10/11

 INDIA is a Federal Country BECAUSE:-

  1. India has Three-Tier system of govt.
  2. Constitution provide Three type of lists i.e.,  Union List  (having subjects of national importance) , State List(having subjects of state and local importance) , and Concurrent List(having subject of common importance to both central and state govt.) .
  3. Power is shared between Central and State govt. i.e., Decentrilization
Posted by Mio(student), on 5/8/12
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