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The case of the Indian federalism as defined by various authors is sui generis and what needs to be seen is which kind of classification would suit the Indian legal system in theory as well as in practice. This article seeks to examine the federal experiment that India has undergone, over the past sixty years. The way in the Indian judiciary had interpreted the Constitution to declare India a federal nation with variations. However, this view of the apex court has lately undergone a change. Even though our constitution is said to be federal, but this overemphasis on the power of the federal government makes us incapable of dealing effectively with socioeconomic challenges and strengthening national unity. This particular research seeks to attain the following objectives:
1) Carry out an in depth study of the changing pattern of the federal division of power in India
2) To study the effectiveness and need for the federal division of power in the country
3) To bring out the inadequacies in the existing scheme of division of power and suggest measures to improve it.
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