Friday, August 23, 2019

India

Fixing scandal plagues IPL

  Prosecutors filed a 571-page charge sheet naming 39 people for involvement in the Indian Premier League spot-fixing scandal, including wanted gangsters Dawood Ibrahim and...

Delta to press on with Horseshoe launch

  Delta Corp. said it remained committed to launching the M.V. Horseshoe, its new floating casino, in Goa despite the controversy touched off by the...

Mysore sports club rummy raid nets 152

  Mysore police arrested 152 people for alleged gambling in a six and a half hour raid on the Lakshmipuram Sports Club. Police alleged the...

Ports inquiry clears Casino Carnival in drowning

  An inquiry by the Captain of Ports in Panaji has cleared Casino Carnival officials of blame in the drowning death of Saidanush Reddy, a...

Casino Carnival officials probed in death

  Panaji police filed a negligence case against M.S. Fernandes, the captain of the MV Boa Sorte, and other managers from owner Casino Carnival following...

Goa casino commission to launch next month

  Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar said that the state's new gaming commission will be "ready by August". State gaming law amendments adopted last August...

Parrikar flip flops on benefits of casino revenue

  The chief minister for the Indian state of Goa, Manohar Parrikar, was accused of lying to Goans about the need for casinos to supply...

Bangalore rummy crackdown closes 1,000 clubs

  Police have shut down more than 1,000 commercial card clubs in Bangalore as part of a crackdown on gambling. The clubs are licensed to...

Punjab could get horse racing instead of casinos

  The Punjab government plans to allow horse racing in the state, the Times of India reported. The state cabinet has approved the draft bill...

Mumbai track’s fate spurs fight at meeting

  Three women members of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corp., the greater Mumbai city council, came to blows over the issue of the conversion of Mahalaxmi...

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