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" Council in its Legislative as well as its Executive character should continue to be so constituted as to ensure its constant and uninterrupted power to fulfil the constitutional obligations that it owes and must always owe to His Majesty's Government... "
A Sketch of the History of India from 1858 to 1918 - Page 287
de Henry Dodwell - 1925 - 326 pages
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Indian Unrest

Sir Valentine Chirol - 1910 - 408 pages
...must therefore regard it as essential that your Excellency's Council, in its legislative as well as in its executive character, should continue to be so...and uninterrupted power to fulfil the constitutional obligation that it owes, and must always owe, to his Majesty's Government and to the Imperial Parliament."...
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Indian Constitutional Documents (1773-1915)

Panchanandas Mukherji - 1915 - 570 pages
...in no degree compromised. I must, therefore, regard it as essential that Your Excellency's Council, in its legislative as well as its executive character,...continue to be so constituted as to ensure its constant ami uninterrupted power to fulfil the constitutional obligations that it owes, and must always owe,...
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The Congress-league Scheme: An Exposition

Valangiman Sankaranarayana Srinivasa Sastri - 1917 - 80 pages
...1908 to the India Government: "I must therefore regard it as essential that your Excellency's council, in its legislative as well as its executive character,...owe, to His Majesty's Government and to the Imperial Parliament." The same point was emphasised in 1911 by the Government of Lord Hardinge in the sentences...
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The Development of Indian Policy

Sir M diwan bahadur Ramachandra Rao - 1917 - 534 pages
...Council in its legislative and executive character, should continue to be so constituted as to assure its constant and un-interrupted power to fulfil the...and must always owe to His Majesty's Government and the Imperial Parliament He, therefore, decided that there should be a permanent official majority....
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Report on Indian Constitutional Reforms

Great Britain. India Office - 1918 - 270 pages
...official majority was thus retained. Lord Morley laid it down that the Governor General's Council " in its legislative as "well as its executive character...owe to His Majesty's Government and to the Imperial Parliament." 77. The regulations in which these provisions were embodied made an important new departure...
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The Political System of British India: With Special Reference to the Recent ...

Erie Arthur Horne - 1922 - 194 pages
...provision was made for an official majority. Lord Morley laid it down that the Governor-General's Council ' in its legislative, as well as its executive character,...owe, to His Majesty's Government and to the Imperial Parliament '. In the provincial legislative councils, on the other hand, it was not thought necessary...
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Governance of India: A Commentary on the Government of India Act ...

Khushal Talaksi Shah, Gulestan Jamshedji Bahadurji - 1924 - 430 pages
...be in no degree compromised. I must, therefore, regard as essential that Tour Excellency's Council, in its legislative as well as its executive character,...owe, to His Majesty's Government and to the Imperial Parliament. I sec formidable drawbacks, that have certainly not escaped Your Excellency, to the expedient...
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The Growth of Indian Constitution and Administration

Bhalchandra Gangadhar Sapre - 1925 - 618 pages
...constituted in its executive and legislative character " as to ensure its constant and uninterrrupted power to fulfil the constitutional obligations that...owe to His Majesty's Government and to the Imperial Parliament. " This meant an Official majority in the Indian Legislative Council. But the experience...
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Outlines of Indian Constitutional History [British Period]

William Arthur Jobson Archbold - 1926 - 376 pages
...small official majority was thus retained. Lord Morley laid it down that the Governor-General's Council in its legislative as well as its executive character...owe to His Majesty's Government and to the Imperial Parliament." The Report then emphasizes the legal recognition of the elective principle and the enlargement...
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History of Indian Administration and Constitution, Volume 2

Nanumal N. Lalla - 1926 - 394 pages
..."the Governor General's Council, in legislative as well as its executive character, should continue to ensure its constant and uninterrupted power to fulfil the constitutional obligations that it owed and must always owe to His Majesty's Government and to the Imperial Parliament. He was,i therefore,...
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