Federalism in India: Unitary, Quasi, Cooperative, Competitive
By Nitya BansalPublished on 8 July 2020 12:39 AM GMT
Federalism is a method of segregating powers so that the central and local governments are each within a domain, harmonizing and autonomous. I. Meaning of the word ‘Federal’ and ‘Federalism’ The term “federal” is derived from the Latin foedus, which means, “covenant”. Therefore, the idea of federalism embodies in itself the ideas of promise, obligation, and undertaking; and hence, the federal… Read More »
Updated On 8 July 2020 12:42 AM GMT
She is a B.A.LLB (H) student at National Law University Delhi. She enjoys legal research and drafting, and is currently associated with the Centre for Communication Governance as a Research Assistant.