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text 2020-02-17 10:03
Indian Lottery System

Background of indian lottery

 

althrough a few nations around the globe have removed lotteries,india is not one of them. or maybe, the country gives up it over to the individual states to pick how they should manage lotteries.

as the nation has no sweeping restrictionon the game, it is appreciated by many individuals to play it. Infact, you can find some rousing accounts of popular big-stake winners in india.

 

india's Jacpot Winner


one of india's biggest jacpot wins is a man named jaiprakash jaiswal. jaiswal was a poor kankurgachi scrap dealer.

 

indian lottery rule now in effect

 

india has no blanket ban on lotteries nationwide. State government than decide whether to require or prohibit lotteries. key areas such as karnataka and Tamil nadu have therefore outlawed lotteries altogether.Lotteries are incredibly popular in other areas, such as kerala, sikkim and Maharashtra.

The Latest reform in Indian SattaMatka Lottery.

 

The Supreme Court voted in 2015 to allow government to ban selling of lottery. Nevertheless, 13 states decided to create strict lottery laws that would make it legal for a lottery to run without any problems.

Following are the states.

 

Arunachal Predesh
Assam
Goa

Kerala

Madhya Pradesh

Maharashtra

Manipur

Meghlaya

Mizoram

Punjab

Sikkim

West bengal

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review 2019-01-24 19:40
Review ~ Mystery
The Flats - Kate Birdsall

4.5

 

Book source ~ ARC. My review is voluntary and honest.

 

Detectives Liz Boyle and Tom Goran work in the Special Homicides division of the Cleveland Police Department. They handle the cases where a child has been killed. Liz is on the edge after an officer involved shooting and she’s seeing a therapist (and making very little progress) when they get the case of a five-year-old boy found dead in The Flats. The Flats was never the greatest part of town, but it’s really gotten bad over the years. What was this boy doing down here and who killed him? As Liz and Tom keep digging they come up with very little, until they catch a break. Will they apprehend the killer or will the killer catch Liz?

 

First off, I want to state I picked this book solely on the fact it’s set in Cleveland, in the Flats. I’m originally from Ohio and I’d been to the Flats a few times, so I was curious as to how the author would portray it. I haven’t been there since the mid-90s when my favorite place was The Powerhouse and the arcade within. I stayed mostly on the West Bank though and the book’s murder takes place on the East, so it’s possible that the East Bank has not fared as well as the West which is a bummer. In any case…

 

It’s bad enough a five-year-old is murdered, but Liz and Tom have virtually no leads. Well, they have leads, but nothing they can take to a judge. Dammit! Why is police work so tedious and, and…lawful?! Ok, so yeah there needs to be laws to protect people, but damn, how do LEOs handle it? Don’t answer that. I’ve read the statistics. Anyway…

 

This is one hell of a good mystery! I was kept guessing until nearly the end. The end! I love when an author stumps me. I love the process of the investigation and all the twists, curveballs, and sudden left turns it can take. This story gives a pretty accurate description of what police work is like, but condensed because this isn’t real life. We gotta get to the end and catch the Big Bad, you know. Excellent writing, great characters, and an awesome mystery. My only complaint is about Liz. It’s probably not fair because she is a flawed character, but some of her actions just pissed me off. I can’t help it, so there it is. All-in-all this is a mystery lover’s dream.

Source: imavoraciousreader.blogspot.com/2019/01/the-flats.html
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review 2018-06-20 15:32
Murder on the Links
Murder on the Links - Agatha Christie,John Moffatt

This was an interesting story but Hastings really proved himself to be a huge boob.  I cannot believe he didn't get run out of the place.  It wasn't until near the end that I was sure who the murderer was.  Does Poirot really keep him around after this story?  I am sure he is in the whole series but why I don't know.  I also found it really irritating that they decided the murderer had to be a man because a woman couldn't have dug the shallow grave. 

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review 2018-06-20 15:08
The Mysterious Affair at Styles
The Mysterious Affair at Styles - Agatha Christie

After reading Murder on the Orient Express last fall I decided to start at the beginning and read the whole series. I found this story pretty scattered and frustrating at times. Hastings seems to be really dumb. His sole purpose seems to be to have someone dumb for Poirot to explain things to. He would miss a jetliner that flew right over his head. He also falls for every pretty girl he sees and wants to marry them within the first five minutes.

 

The mystery itself was interesting and I suspected who was involved but wasn't quit sure how it would work out. There are a lot of things going on. I really hope this series gets better though.

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text 2015-12-28 05:04
Reading progress update: I've read 85%.
Hell House - Richard Matheson

Oh no, I have a very bad feeling that

the B she wrote stood for Barrett, not Belasco.

(spoiler show)

Good gog, what has this man done? What kind of horrors are awaiting now??

 

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