With a huge and rapidly expanding middle class, the potential for casino companies in India knows no limit -- apart that is from a lack of a legal framework. Gambling is banned in all but three states but, even then, the situation is not clear cut. However a young lawyer has been making waves with his attempts to force more clarity on the legal situation in Maharashtra, the third-most populous state whose capital Mumbai is the commercial heart of India and one of the biggest cities in the world . . . This content is restricted to subscribers
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