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Indian Statutory Commission Report of the Indian Statutory Commission Volume II Recommendations

1930

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96 111-112 Views of the Provincial Governments. 97 113 Views of the Committees Associated with us 98 114 The Positive Proposal of Some of our Members... [...] 125 148 Composition of the Council of State... [...] 140 170 The Leadership of the Federal Assembly 140 171 The Distribution of Portfolios... [...] The Secretary of State and the Provinces 304 350 The Secretary of State and the Centre 304 351 Delegation by Convention... [...] May it Please Your Majesty We the Commissioners appointed for the purpose of inquiing into the working of the system of government the growth of education and the development of representative institutions in British India and matters connected therewith and of reporting as to whether and to what extent it is desirable to establish the principle of responsible government or to extend mo

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Arrangement of Volume II 1-2 unknown

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Chapter 1.—Introductory 3-4 unknown

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Chapter 2.—The Mechanism of Advance 5-8 unknown

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Chapter 3.—An all-India Solution 9-12 unknown

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Chapter 4.—The Ideal of Eedeeation for all-India 13-20 unknown

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Chapter 5.—The Need for Safeguards 21-23 unknown

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Chapter 1.—The Peovincial Executive 24-51 unknown

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Chapter 2.—The Peovincial Legislature 52-87 unknown

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Chapter 3.—The Franchise 88-95 unknown

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Chapter 4.—The Question of Second Chambers in the Provinces 96-100 unknown

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Chapter 1.—Chief Commissioners Peovinces 101-107 unknown

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Chapter 2.—The Backwaed Teacts 108-112 unknown

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Chapter 1.—The Centeal Legislative 113-135 unknown

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Chapter 2.—The Governor-General in Council 136-143 unknown

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Chapter 3.—Influence of Central Legislature on Executive Action and Police 144-161 unknown

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Chapter 4.—The Authority of Government 162-166 unknown

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Part V.—The Constitutional Problem in Relation to the Defence of India 167-180 unknown

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Part VI.—The Future of Burma 181-192 unknown

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Part VII.—Future Relations with the Indian States 193-206 unknown

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Chapter 1.—India’s Inadequate Revenue 207-211 unknown

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Chapter 2.—Present Financial Relations 212-214 unknown

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Chapter 3.—Summary of Financial Situation 215-237 unknown

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Chapter 4.—New Sources of Taxation 238-244 unknown

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Chapter 5.—Peinciples that Should Govern the Disteibution of Revenues 245-251 unknown

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Chapter 6.—Application of Preceding Principles 252-262 unknown

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Chapter 7.—Constitutional Implications Of The Scheme 263-269 unknown

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Chapter 8.—The Problem of the Indian States 270-273 unknown

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Chapter 9.—Summary 274-285 unknown

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Part IX.—The Future of the Services 286-298 unknown

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Part X.—The High Courts 299-303 unknown

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Part XI.—The Relations Between the Home and the Indian Governments 304-310 unknown

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Part XII.—General Survey and Conclusion 311-316 unknown

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Index 317-344 unknown

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government politics public policy

Pages
354
SARF Document ID
sarf.140772