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Nepal as a Federal State- Lessons from Indian Experience
by:V R Raghavan
Against this backdrop, CSA in collaboration with Centre for South Asian Studies, Kathmandu organized a seminar Nepal as a Federal; State: Lessons from Indian Experience wherein different facets of federalism were explored by experts from India and Nepal. Indian Ambassador to Nepal Mr Jayant Prasad and Mr Rajendra Mahato, President Sadbhawana Party and...
Against this backdrop, CSA in collaboration with Centre for South Asian Studies, Kathmandu organized a seminar Nepal as a Federal; State: Lessons from Indian Experience wherein different facets of federalism were explored by experts from India and Nepal. Indian Ambassador to Nepal Mr Jayant Prasad and Mr Rajendra Mahato, President Sadbhawana Party and Minister for Health and Population, Government of Nepal asserted the fact that federalism was necessary for economic prosperity and proportional development. Mr G K Pillai former Union Home Secretary gave an insightful talk on Indian experiences of Federalism. This volume will be of much interest to policy planners, academia and all those concerned with the on going political processes in Nepal.
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