Himachal Divas: Himachal Pradesh became the 18th state of Union of India on 25 January 1971.
This election season in Punjab, longstanding regional demands have taken a backseat
Strong and autonomous state governments can offset the antinomies that Indian federalism is in the habit of reproducing
The road to authoritarianism is paved with manufactured consent, bullied Opposition, money and muscle power. The federal dream now rests upon people’s...
The relationship between the Central and State governments of India has strained over time. Here we map the complexities of Indian federalism.
Emergence of smaller population groups to assert their claims over the political space has given birth to smaller regional parties, sometimes representing...
There is anxiety over rights of natives, influx of outsiders and lack of political representation after formation of the Union Territory of Ladakh in 2019
Far from being the exemplar of constitutional federalism, experts feel Kashmir has suffered at the hands of a centralising New Delhi. The abrogation of...
Relations between the MVA government and the BJP-led Centre have been strained for nearly two years. It has now snowballed into a public spat, spilling into...
Several non-BJP leaders have pitched for doing away with the list which has always been a bone of contention between the Centre and the states
An overt centralisation of power is choking India’s federal structure. The remedy lies in redoing the political landscape.
The future of Indian federalism rests on how contradictions created by new distributive pressures and political delimitation are negotiated.
There is a need to empower federalism through better inter-state coordination
The Bengal defeat has become too bitter a pill for the BJP to swallow, and it is conceding more ground to one of its strongest rivals.
In case you missed it: News and newsmakers from India over the past week
BJP ramps up battle for Delhi with contentious legislation, AAP caught on the wrong foot
For Delhi, ‘government’ shall henceforth mean the ‘L-G’…or so says a new central bill! Kejriwal cries constitutional murder. Experts call it...
The PIL filed by an NGO seeks a cessation on surveillance projects that allow for bulk collection and analysis of personal data.
Promised hospital beds haven't been provided yet despite surge in cases, says AAP spokesperson
Uddhav Thackeray slams the BJP for opposing the shifting of the metro car shed project to Kanjurmarg from the green lung Aarey Colony.
SC seeks ban on installation, production and advertisement of disinfection tunnels involving the spraying of chemical disinfectants on people.
The Shiv Sena chief dares the Centre to bring down his government. Will BJP pick up the gauntlet from a former ally?
The Delhi government on Wednesday received a reply to the proposal it had sent to the Centre on November 2015.
The TMC president condemned the 'arrogance' of the BJP saying, 'Democracy will lose if horse-trading continues,' adding, 'Our constitution is in danger, our...
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said his government is ready to extend any kind of help the Centre wants on the law and order front.