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Goa outlines new casino policy

Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar made a statement on the floor of the legislative assembly on Friday announcing that offshore casinos in the state will be shifted to a designated gaming zone within a period of four years, G.Laws reports.

Sikkim amends online law to ban locals

The Sikkim state government has brought a provision that requires having a photo identity card issued from outside the state of Sikkim for entry into gaming zones.

Sikkim bans locals from online gambling

Sikkim Chief Minister Pawan Kumar Chamling announced that local residents of the state will be banned from accessing online betting and gaming parlours set up by Golden Gaming, GLaws.in reports.
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