World Cup 2011: betting continues at its height

World Cup 2011: betting continues at its height

Udaipur : India | Mar 25, 2011 at 8:10 PM PDT
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Grand event of World Cup continues with excitement while the business of betting is also at its height in India.

Seven bookies accused in betting were arrested in Udaipur area of Indian state Rajasthan. Millions of rupees, mobile phones and laptops were recovered from the possession of the accused.

According to police, the accused were running the betting net work on a large scale.

It is worth mentioning that several persons accused in betting were arrested before this from different Indian cities.

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World Cup 2011: betting continues at its height
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