There are over 1.1 billion people in India; a vast and diverse collection of peoples with different gods, different traditions and different opinions. So it’s hardly a surprise that there’s a healthy debate taking place over the future of online gambling in India. Laws place restrictions on land-based gambling, but nothing in Indian law so much as mentions internet gambling, so Indians feel entitled to access foreign companies’ online offerings. Now the government wants to throw its own hat into the ring. Read more.
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