How Niti Aayog’s ‘Lucky Draw’ Schemes Neatly Sidestep Anti-Gambling Legislation – The Wire


The Wire

How Niti Aayog’s ‘Lucky Draw’ Schemes Neatly Sidestep Anti-Gambling Legislation
The Wire
… government should also consider legalising betting and lotteries, which already have a vast underground market in India (estimated by KPMG to be in excess of $60 billion) to mop up tax revenues and remove the underworld’s grip on the gambling industry.

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‘Suspected bookie’ Gilhotra’s crimes: goes to matches; knows players; attends … – Firstpost


Firstpost

‘Suspected bookie’ Gilhotra’s crimes: goes to matches; knows players; attends
Firstpost
The ACSU letter does say Gilhotra is “strongly rumoured” to bet on the IPL, but given India’s thriving illegal betting industry, that would also be true of most people who have money and follow the IPL. The letter asks players to inform the ACSU “if he

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‘Suspected bookie’ Gilhotra’s crimes: Goes to cricket matches; knows players … – Firstpost


Firstpost

‘Suspected bookie’ Gilhotra’s crimes: Goes to cricket matches; knows players
Firstpost
The ACSU letter does say Gilhotra is “strongly rumoured” to bet on the IPL, but given India’s thriving illegal betting industry, that would also be true of most people who have money and follow the IPL. The letter asks players to inform the ACSU “if he

and more »

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‘Suspected bookie’ Gilhotra’s crimes: Goes to matches; knows cricketers … – Firstpost


Firstpost

‘Suspected bookie’ Gilhotra’s crimes: Goes to matches; knows cricketers
Firstpost
The ACSU letter does say Gilhotra is “strongly rumoured” to bet on the IPL, but given India’s thriving illegal betting industry, that would also be true of most people who have money and follow the IPL. The letter asks players to inform the ACSU “if he

and more »

Read more

‘Suspected bookie’ Gilhotra’s crimes: He goes to matches; he knows cricketers … – Firstpost


Firstpost

‘Suspected bookie’ Gilhotra’s crimes: He goes to matches; he knows cricketers
Firstpost
The ACSU letter does say Gilhotra is “strongly rumoured” to bet on the IPL, but given India’s thriving illegal betting industry, that would also be true of most people who have money and follow the IPL. The letter asks players to inform the ACSU “if he

and more »

Read more