Indian lotto operator eyes Britain
NEW DELHI (UPI) -- A privately owned group that has run Indian lotteries for more than 30 years is preparing to expand into Britain.
Jugalchand Jain, which also owns interests in finance, diamond jewelry and tourism, plans to apply for a 10-year British lottery license by the December deadline, the BBC reported Monday.
The National Lottery Commission will announce next spring which applicant has been awarded the license. Other applicants are current lottery operator Camelot and Tattersall's of Australia.
Sugal & Damani, India's largest lottery firm, runs 17,000 computer lottery terminals in India.
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