Indian Casinos and the Morality of Gambling

Indian Casinos and the Morality of Gambling

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Morality is a highly subjective term, and each individual develops his sense of right and wrong through his experiences, upbringing and the society around him. When a State makes laws, it keeps in mind a shared understanding of morality which people carry and are perceived to be traits of one's character. In India, The Public Gaming Act of 1867 is a central law which dictates that running or being in charge of any public gambling house is a punishable offence with a penalty of rupees two hundred or imprisonment up to three months.  Changes in legislation regarding gambling are subject to states, that is, each state will have its right to formulate its laws on the subject of gaming. After the boom of the internet, gambling has found new ground…
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