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Indian Administration by Pankaj Singh, Hoshiar Singh

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Centre-State Relations

The Constitution of India provides dual polity with a clear division of powers between Union and states, each being free to legislate within the sphere allotted to it. The Union government and states governments both draw their authority from the Constitution. The relations between the centre and states can be studied under three heads, namely, legislative, administrative and financial relations.

Legislative Relations

The Union—states relations in the legislative field have been dealt with by Articles 245 to 254 of the Constitution. It is clearly mentioned in the Constitution that the Parliament shall have exclusive jurisdiction to make laws for the whole country or any part of the territory of India so far as the subjects ...

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