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The power of the Supreme Court of India to decide disputes between the Centre and the States falls under its
(a) advisory jurisdiction
(b) appellate jurisdiction.
(c) original jurisdiction
(d) writ jurisdiction



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The original jurisdiction of the Supreme Court refers to its authority to hear and decide cases that are brought directly to it, without being appealed from lower courts. In the case of disputes between the Centre (Union Government) and the States, the Supreme Court has the exclusive jurisdiction to resolve such matters and provide a final judgment.


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