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‘A Case for a Federal India’ involves a novel study on comparative federalism. The author makes out a case against the quasi-federal or unitary characterisation of the Constitution of India by the jurists and justices alike. India has often been characterised as a quasi-federal nation considering that it possesses several unitary features which may not be present in a traditional federation such as the United States of America or Australia. However, these