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Un/Regulated Industry of Un/Licensed intermediaries in India’s football market

By – Sudipto Hambir (2nd Year Student at West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences) and Rishika Mendiratta (Founder and Managing Editor at KhelAdhikar)

“You will be nearer to Heaven through football than through the study of the Gita.” –Swami Vivekanda

The importance and impact of the beautiful game is transcendental. After the conclusion of the Under -17 FIFA World Cup and consistent efforts by India to catalyze the development of sport in the country, we are certainly headed in the right direction. Intermediaries play an indispensable role in the professional growth and development of the football in general and the athletes in particular. This necessitates an analysis of the regulatory framework governing them in the present times. Our Guest Contributor Sudipto Hambir and Managing Editor Rishika Mendiratta delve into the intricacies of the Intermediary Regulations as implemented in India and globally.

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The need to ban animal sports: Dog Racing and Cock-Fights (Part III)

By Sakshi Pawar (Co-founder and Managing Editor at KhelAdhikar)

Animals never kill for sport. Man is the only one to whom the torture and death of his fellow creatures is amusing in itself. -James Anthony Froude

In the previous posts we have addressed the legality of animal sports in India and worldwide with a special focus on bull racing.
In this final part of the 3 series article Sakshi Pawar has analyzed the legality and impact of dog racing and cockfighting in India.

It is time to act against the cruelty of animal sports with the same passion with which we support sports in general.

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