INDIA - A FEDERAL UNION OF STATES takes a comprehensive look at how successful India has been in working its unique model of federalism. Seventy years have passed since the adoption of the Constitution and the country has transitioned into a multi-party democracy with a greatly polarised polity. The book argues that certain fault lines have now become evident and there is a need to strengthen cooperative federalism. It looks at these complex issues from a policy perspective and reasons that the future of India’s federalism will depend on their resolution.
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Dr Madhav Godbole, the author, took premature voluntary retirement from the Indian Administrative Service in March 1993 when he was Union Home Secretary & Secretary, Justice. Previously, he was Secretary, Petroleum and Natural Gas, and Secretary, Urban Development, in the Government of India. He has written 26 books on public policy issues in English and Marathi and has contributed over 500 articles in leading newspapers, journals, and periodicals.
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