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Shifting Trends of Party Politics in India:Regionalisation Versus Centralisation


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Political Parties in India’s parliamentary federation become a significant factor to influence the nature and working its federal polity. Mainly two trends of party politics, regionalism and centralism become very crucial to understand the dynamic nature of India’s democratic politics in terms of government formation to functioning of its political process.

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Party Politics, Party System, Electoral Politics, Political Parties, Indian Politics.
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Tarun Gogoi
Centre for Political Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi., India

Abstract


Political Parties in India’s parliamentary federation become a significant factor to influence the nature and working its federal polity. Mainly two trends of party politics, regionalism and centralism become very crucial to understand the dynamic nature of India’s democratic politics in terms of government formation to functioning of its political process.

Keywords


Party Politics, Party System, Electoral Politics, Political Parties, Indian Politics.

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