English to Hindi Dictionary devolution


Even after devolution , local government had little autonomy.
the transfer or delegation of power to a lower level, especially by central government to local or regional administration.
translation of 'devolution '
अधिकारों का हस्तांतरण,
दे देना,
पतित हो जाना,
भ्रष्ट हो जाना,
Keng's 'devolution' in the second half is made incredibly evident.
Despite the protests and violence, the issue that really has everyone worried is a planned 'devolution' of power by the central government to the regions.
the 'devolution' of power from government departments to local authorities
The process of 'devolution' and restructuring of local government in Ireland that generated the project has been under way for some years.
the 'devolution' of power to the regions
The trilogy traces Neo's evolution from man to god and Morpheus' 'devolution' from god to man.
In our judgement the power struggle within the TFG has ended with its 'devolution' into factionalism.
Through the decentralization and 'devolution' of state power to ethnic groups it hopes to dilute ethnicity and fashion a cohesive society.
The 'devolution' of political power to Scotland, and to a lesser extent to Wales, has changed the political landscape.
But this month's emphatic rejection of limited 'devolution' powers by the people of north-east England appears to have put that plan on hold.
This would help insure that any propagation of the human race worked toward evolution rather than 'devolution' .
The 'devolution' of power under the new regional autonomy laws has had an impact on fisheries management.
And 'devolution' has transformed British politics.
One more step in the 'devolution' of the human brain.
The lack of an overarching threat meant 'devolution' of power away from central authorities.
If he had, he would have known with an awful clarity that 'devolution' of power to a local level does nothing at all to reduce coercion or gross unfairness.
Leading the way in Scotland would have been using the powers of 'devolution' to benefit the nation.
First, there are rules governing the 'devolution' of property by will.
Postponing plans for a referendum on regional 'devolution' has condemned Cumbria councils to a period of potentially damaging uncertainty.
the 'devolution' of the gentlemanly ideal into a glorification of drunkenness
So if there is a developmental sequence for species, then anything that reverses that sequence is 'devolution' and degeneration.
demands for electoral reform and 'devolution'
Evolution of a smaller jaw would at best be a result of 'devolution' , dysgenics caused by the accumulation of mutations.
Branding is an effort at countering the 'devolution' of a so-called proprietary good into a "commodity."
The headline says it all: ‘State stance on evolution a 'devolution' into stupidity’.
Health care, regional development and the 'devolution' of powers to the territorial governments will figure prominently in all those meetings.
In most instances widespread corruption, relatively centralised health policy making, and poor 'devolution' to local governments lie at the core of the problem.
Constitutional amendments have mandated 'devolution' of powers to the third tier of government.
At Westminster their more thoughtful colleagues have started a debate about choice in public services and 'devolution' of power to head teachers, hospitals and senior police officers.
A telling sign of heightened stress within the patrilineal family is the rise of litigation over property 'devolution' .
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