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The Government and Politics of India

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 431
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Comparative Government and Politics

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24 July 1995

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The Government and Politics of India provides a clear and concise account of the contemporary Indian political system. It explains the historical legacies that have shaped the structures of Indian government and influenced...

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The Government and Politics of India provides a clear and concise account of the contemporary Indian political system. It explains the historical legacies that have shaped the structures of Indian government and influenced the patterns of its politics. It describes the network of Indian institutions at federal and provincial level. It conveys a sense of where power is located, how it is used and the constraints on its exercise. Special attention is devoted to caste, religion and regionalism in Indian society and to the nature of democratic politics in relation to Third World development.

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Introduction
The Indian Mosaic Constitutional
Government Federalism
The President Prime Minister and Cabinet Parliament
The Bureaucracy
The Security Services Party
Politics Electoral Politics Development
Theories and the India's Record
India as a Liberal-Democratic State.

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