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The Need to Re-Structure Indian Football

Introduction 2017 was perhaps the most significant year[1] in recent Indian football history. The FIFA U-17 World Cup was generally considered to be a success, the Indian national team qualified for the 2019 Asian Football Confederation (“AFC”) Asian Cup for the first time since 2011 and...

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The Laws Relating to Fantasy Sports Games in India

‘The Laws Relating to Fantasy Sports Games in India’ is an authoritative collection of articles on the legal and regulatory aspects surrounding fantasy sports games in India. The publication is an initiative of the Sports Law and Policy Centre, Bengaluru and has been enabled through...

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Ten Reforms Indian Sports Administration Needs

This list of the Ten Reforms Indian Sports Administration Needs has been carefully selected keeping in mind the sporting ecosystem in India and the challenges that have plagued it over the years. This report includes a foreword by Abhinav Bindra. We have recommended reforms under the...

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Games of Skill in India

Participation and engagement in gaming is a universally practiced and pursued recreational and social activity offering opportunities for consumer engagement, brand promotion, fan engagement and interest. Games can be in the form of crossword puzzles or quizzes or in more advanced and interactive forms such...

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The SLPC Policy Brief 2016

We are pleased to present to you the first edition of the Sports Law and Policy Centre’s Policy Brief titled, “Lessons for India from the Rio Olympics and Paralympics Performances”. We launched this on December 16, 2016 in association with, our partners, the GoSports Foundation at the...

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