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2. Role of Governor

3. Special powers of Rajya Sabha

4. Period of Decentralised Federalism 1960 - 1967

5. Planning Commission

6. Inter-State conflicts

7. Federalism is a system of government in which the power is divided between a central authority and various constituent units of the country. Ex. Central government and State government.

8. Period of Cooperative federalism 1950 – 1960

9. 1989 – till date

10. Period of Decentralised Federalism 1977 - 1980

11. TIPS to use Mind Map

11.1. NOTES - Click on icon to read notes. If the note is long, scroll up and down or sideways.

11.2. EXTERNAL LINK - Click on the arrow icon to visit an external website

12. Features

13. Meaning

14. India - characteristics of a federal state

14.1. Constitution

14.2. Division of powers

14.3. Independent Judiciary

15. India - characteristics of Unitary Federalism

15.1. Single Constitution for Centre & states

15.2. Centre's power over name and boundary of states

15.3. Single Judiciary

15.4. Single citizenship

15.5. Unitary during emergencies

15.6. Control over state laws

15.7. Financial dependency on Centre

15.8. Integrated administrative system

15.9. Armed Forces Special Power Act

16. The unitary features of the Indian Constitution show that India has a strong Centre. But that does not mean that there is no federation. India can perhaps be described as a Centralised Federation

17. History of federalism in India

17.1. Period of Struggle 1967 – 1971

17.2. Period of Inverted federalism 1971 – 1977

17.3. Period of Inverted Federalism 1980 – 1989

18. Conflicts in Indian federal system

18.1. Centre State relations

18.2. Demand for more autonomy

18.3. Office of Governor

18.4. President's rule in states

18.5. Financial

18.6. Armed Forces Special Power Act

18.7. Language impositions/Opposition

18.8. Demand for new states

18.8.1. A brief history

19. Special Provisions for some states

19.1. Jammu & Kashmir

19.2. Some other states

20. Sarkaria Commission