With thousands of crores at stake that grease the wheels and cogs of the underground betting networks, controlled exclusively by the mafia, there is a compelling case for legalising gambling and sports betting in India. After the Supreme Court accepted the recommendations of the Lodha Committee that was set up to clean up cricket in the wake of the 2013 IPL match fixing scandal, the apex court directed the Law Commission to explore the legislative and legal framework that would be needed to legalise sports betting. However, after close to two years of studying the issue and inviting views from various stakeholders, the commission’s report submitted to the Ministry of Law and Justice on July 5, suffers from some serious flaws. It’s clear that the report was drafted in a hurry and lacks clarity of thought
This issue explains all the information one should be aware of regarding the National Debate on Government Service-60 or 33 years. An analysis on National Skills Mission and 'After Aurangzeb, who?', a topic that deals with name change of Aurangzeb Road in Lutyens’ Delhi.