Revolt vs Revolution
A revolution seeks to gain powers or rights from an oppressive power, or to gain freedom, whereas a revolt is where the people disagree with something like rules, or laws, and come together to show their...
Signing vs Ratification
Once all the parties agree, then it will be written down on to a document, which will then be signed by all the parties. After signing, comes ratification. Ratification is the process in which the parties
Patriotism vs Nationalism
Patriotism refers to the quality of being patriotic, i.e. to feel proud of one’s country and what it does and has achieved. In nationalism, not only do people love their country, but they actually put their...
Lokpal Bill vs Jan Lokpal Bill
The Lokpal Bill, and the subsequent Jan Lokpal Bill are both anti corruption bills that aimed to address the rampant corruption in India. The first Lokpal Bill was introduced in 1968 and was passed by the Lok...
Lokpal vs Lokayukta
The Lokpal is the central governing body that has jurisdiction over all Members of Parliament and central government employees in cases of corruption. The Lokayuktas are similar to the Lokpal, but function on...