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Indian Polity Fifth Edition by M Laxmikanth : For UPSC Exam PDF Book

Indian Polity Fifth Edition by M Laxmikanth : For UPSC Exam PDF Book

Indian Polity Fifth Edition by M Laxmikanth : For UPSC Exam PDF Book

Name of Book :  Indian Polity Fifth Edition by M Laxmikanth 

Language of Book : English

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Description about eBook : The British came to India in 1600 as traders, in the form of East India Company, which had had the exclusive right of trading in India under a charter granted by Queen Elizabeth I. In 1765, the Company, which till now had purely trading functions obtained the 'diwani' (i.e., rights over revenue and civil justice) of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa. The started its career as a territorial power. In 1858, in the wake of the 'Sepoy mutiny', the British Crown assumed direct responsibility for the governance of India. this rule continued until India was granted independence on August 15, 1947. With Independence came the need of a Constitution. As suggested by M M Roy (a pioneer of communist movement in India) in 1934, a Constituent Assembly was formed for this purpose in 1946 and on January 26, 1950, the Constitution came in to being. However, various features of the Indian Constitution and polity have their roots in the British rule. There are certain events in the British rule that laid down the legal framework for the organisation and functioning of government and administration in British India. These events have greatly influenced our constitution and polity. They are explained here in a chronological order............

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