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Government of Tamil Nadu

Description This document contains of the replies given by Dr. M. G. Ramchandran to the questions given in the form of a questionnaire prepared by the Sarkaria Commission appointed by the Government of India in 1983 for the review of centre-state relations in India after its independence. This document projects the views of the government of Tamilnadu on the financial and administrative aspects of India's constitution and demands more rights for the states to achieve real federalism. The document is a brilliant projection of Tamilnadu's distinct culture, language, people's aspirations and grievances. It makes a forceful plea for more powers to the states a redressal of their grievances. It is a very-well drafted document[edit]
Keywords Sarkaria Commission, Dr. C. N. Annudari, Distribution, Role of Governor, State List, Concurrent list, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001333
Author Unknown
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Unknown
Custodian Nanakshahi
Length 30.5
Breadth 20.8
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         524
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