Gandhi and Ambedkar on Parliamentary Democracy

India’s success in maintaining its status as a sovereign state may be credited with the parliamentary democracy it follows and the clarity in the separation of powers. However, the two most important figures in Indian history, Gandhi and Ambedkar, had distinct views on adopting a parliamentary form of government. Gandhi’s perspective could be defined as a moral argument, whereas Ambedkar’s stance was practical and created a framework for inclusivity within the constitution. The legal and moral arguments raised in this particular discourse highlights the greater ideologies espoused by the two stalwarts of the Indian independence movement.

Branding of Politics

We live in a world where trade and politics keeps evolving with changing times. Just like the success of trade depends on the branding of a product, the success of an individual striving for power depends on the branding of politics. In this article, the author suggests that if looked closely enough there is a distinct similarity in the way brands and politics operate in society.