Discretionary Powers of the President and Governors in India in Constitution and Practice: A Select Bibliography

DOI10.1177/0019556117720976
AuthorH. C. Yadav,Sunita Gautam
Date01 September 2017
Published date01 September 2017
Subject MatterBibliography
Bibliography
Indian Journal of Public
Administration
63(3) 523–534
© 2017 IIPA
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DOI: 10.1177/0019556117720976
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1 Assistant Librarian, Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi, India.
2 Professional Assistant, Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi, India.
Discretionary Powers
of the President and
Governors in India in
Constitution and Practice:
A Select Bibliography
Compiled by
H. C. Yadav1
Sunita Gautam2
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