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The Indian Constitution is in structure

(a) federal

(b) unitary

(c) rigid

(d) partly unitary partly federal
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d 
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partly unitary partly federal 
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d.
Partly unitary partly federal.
 
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partly unitary partly fedral 
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( a ) federal 
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