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Indian Statutory Commission Volume I Report of the Indian Statutory Commission Volume 1—Survey

1930

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Summary

197 211 The Attitude of the Elector 198 212 The Candidate and his Platform. 198 '213 The Choice of Representatives... [...] 236 259 The Control of Provincial Legislation 237 260 CHAPTER 5.—The Secretary of State and the Council of 239 261-269 India Statutory Responsibilities of Council of India 239 262 Consultative Functions of Council of India... [...] 275 303 The Task of the Police... [...] The Joint Report and the Resolution of 1918... [...] V.—Note on the History of Separate Muhammadan Representation 183 Table—Composition of the Council of State 167 If Composition of the Legislative Assembly...

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Frontmatter i-xxv unknown

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Indtoduction 1-9 unknown

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Chapter 1.—Preliminary and Statistical 10-13 unknown

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Chapter 2.—The Countryside and the Towns 14-23 unknown

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Chapter 3.—The Religious Communities of India 24-33 unknown

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Chapter 4.—Caste and the Depressed Classes 34-41 unknown

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Chapter 5.—The Anglo-Indian Community 42-45 unknown

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Chapter 6.—The European in India 46-48 unknown

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Chapter 7.—The Women of India 49-53 unknown

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Chapter 8.—The Peovinces of British India 54-82 unknown

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Chapter 9.—The Indian States 83-91 unknown

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Chapter 10.—The Army in India 92-107 unknown

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Appendix I 108-110 unknown

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Chapter 1.—The Essentials of the Previous System 111-119 unknown

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Chapter 2.—Principles of the Reforms of 1919 120-123 unknown

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Chapter 3—The Provincial Field 124-126 unknown

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Appendix II 126-131 unknown

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Chapter 4.—The Provincial Legislature 132-143 unknown

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Appendix III 144-145 unknown

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Appendix IV 146-147 unknown

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Chapter 5.—Dyarchy in the Provincial Executive 148-153 unknown

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Chapter 6.—The Governor 154-157 unknown

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Chapter 7.—Backward Tracts 158-161 unknown

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Chapter 8.—The Central Legislature 162-172 unknown

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Chapter 9.—The Central Government 173-176 unknown

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Chapter 10.—The Viceroy and Governor-General 177-179 unknown

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Chapter 11.—The India Office 180-182 unknown

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Appendix V 183-189 unknown

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Chapter 1.—Provincial Electorate—the Voter and the Member 190-202 unknown

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Chapter 2.—The Working of the Provincial Constitution 203-220 unknown

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Chapter 3.—The Working of the Centre 221-231 unknown

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Chapter 4.—Central Control over Provincial Matters 232-238 unknown

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Chapter 5.—The Secretary of State and the Council of India 239-245 unknown

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Chapter 6.—The Course of Indian Politics since 1920 in the Light of the Reforms 246-262 unknown

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Chapter 1.—The Administrative Services: Their Organisation and Work 263-280 unknown

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Chapter 2.—The Districts and the Secretariats 281-291 unknown

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Chapter 3.—The Judiciary 292-297 unknown

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Chapter 4.—Local Self-Government 298-315 unknown

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Chapter 5.—The North-West Frontier Province and other Special Areas 316-331 unknown

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Chapter 1.—Conditions Governing Indian Finance 332-336 unknown

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Chapter 2.—Outlines of Fiscal System before the Reforms 337-345 unknown

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Chapter 3.—Financial Devolution under the Reforms : the Meston Settlement 346-351 unknown

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Chapter 4.—Fiscal Developments since the Reforms 352-357 unknown

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Chapter 5.—Principal Sources of Revenue and Heads of Expenditure 358-366 unknown

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Chapter 6.—The System of Financial Control 367-377 unknown

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Part VI.—The Growth of Education 378-403 unknown

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Part VII—Public Opinion in India 404-409 unknown

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Pages
436
SARF Document ID
sarf.140888

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