National emergency

Introduction National emergency has been mentioned in the constitution of India under 352 Article[1], National emergency is sanctioned if there are some threats which cannot be avoided and are harmful for the country , some of the examples of national emergencies are war, external aggression or armed rebellion. By the written request approved by the... Continue Reading →

Special provisions for some states

Introduction Part XXI of the Constitution deal with special provision of some states. Some states in India are chosen as these because of backwardness in area or more development required. The provision of some states came up when Gadgil formula was passed in 1969. A states require unequivocal treatment due to their non-consistency, conflicting development,... Continue Reading →

Provision for Maharashtra , Gujarat, Assam, Nagaland and Manipur

Introduction Part XXI in the Indian constituion is a social occasion of guidelines connecting with the Indian constituion as a nation and the relationship of states that it is made of. This piece of the constitution contains Articles on Temporary, Transitional and Special Provisions. Part XXI of the Constitution[1] manages the unique arrangements for specific... Continue Reading →

Type of Emergencies

Introduction "Any steps taken by the government of the country to safeguard the citizen of the country from any threat to the country or any failure of the constitutional machinery of the country" is one definition for the word "emergency." Right when there is an em[1]ergency, quick movement is required. It is what is happening... Continue Reading →

Inter- state trade and commerce

INTER STATE TRADE AND COMMERCE Introduction Significance of Inter-State Trade and Commerce: An "thruway business" is any trade, business, transportation, or correspondence between a couple of States or between any new country and one State, or between any State and its own locale or new ships. A clear discussion of between state trade and exchange... Continue Reading →

Zonal councils

ZONAL COUNCIL The principal Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, proposed making Zonal Councils in 1956 when he recommended that the States that were being proposed to be revamped might be assembled into four or five zones with an Advisory Council "to foster the propensity for agreeable working" among these States. At the... Continue Reading →

Inter State Water Disputes

Introduction From the time of independence some states are having disputes for the water rivers . These issues or disputes between states arises because of low water levels and more usage because of more population .These disputes happen because India is a very populated country but has only 4% of renewable water resources which arises... Continue Reading →

Provision for Jammu and Kashmir A 370

Introduction Pandit Nehru, on the floor of Lok Sabha on 27th November 1963, said that Article 370 has been isolated and the course of picked crippling is going on. Following a year, the then Home Minister Gulzari Lal Nanda, again on the floor of Lok Sabha on 4 December 1964[1], said, Article 370 is a... Continue Reading →

Inter State Councils

Introduction A country can only improve or develop if the state govt and union work together and properly with disturbing each other. There can be many be many difficulties to maintain the system but for the proper functioning of a system it is a necessity to have occasional discussions and conversations. Inter- state councils is... Continue Reading →

Inter state relation

The term Inter-State relations allude to the connection among various States of the Union. The collaboration and genial connection among various state is required for the harmony and improvement of the country. It isn't feasible for them to stay In complete seclusion from one another and the actual activity of Internal power by a state... Continue Reading →

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