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No they will not face any legal problems as they did not enter into a contract as par Indian law as those lottery companies are not based in India.

So those who buy those products or services of foreign companies, they are governed by those foreign contracts of those countries not India.

India RBI is not bother about money coming to India, Thats great for India./

Money going out of India is what RBI is bothered.

hence its fine
One of my friend who is an Indian Resident and stays in Maharashtra where buying lottery tickets is legal, has
successfully bought a dubai lottery(Millenium Duty Free Dubai) ticket using debit card transaction. If outward
remittance for buying lottery tickets of foreign country is not allowed by Fema then how was he able to buy the tickets?
And he inquired the foreign lottery company and they said they had sucessfully payed back winnings to the Indian
residents who had played through web by doing Bank transfers to Indian accounts. They even display the names of the winners. How did they successfully remit the winnings through bank transfer if Fema doesnot allow the same?
Is there any workaround by which the winners of online foreign lottery are able to transfer there winnings back to
Also I have checked Millennium Duty Free Dubai, there have been 2 winners who had purchased this Dubai lottery online and have won crores of money by the same:
1. Prabin Thomas

2. Farhaan Arman

My question is will these people face any legal issues as they have transferred foreign/dubai lottery money in crores
back to India and pay its taxes without any issues?
Criminal laws / Re: Legal action possible against minors for petty theft and loitering?
« Last post by npro on December 10, 2018, 10:37:30 AM »
Dear Sir,
You must raise the issue through social channels so that it reaches the top officers of police department and State Government. In the meanwhile try to get signature campaign and make representations to various authorities and also invite the TV and other social channels to highlight the burning issue.

I understand it must be annoying for you to see people posting questions that appear to be trivial. Such people don't have your experience in law and are posting questions here hoping to find some support. Mocking them neither helps them learn nor does it help you. This is the internet. We come together on such platforms to offer support to each other. If you have nothing constructive to offer, the best thing to do is to not post any reply. At a minimum, it helps prevent somebody from getting hurt by your words. You also owe that courtesy to the creators of this forum.
Employment laws / Labor Laws for Furlough.
« Last post by hell_storm2004 on December 10, 2018, 08:13:19 AM »
Hello Everyone,

This is my first post on some grey areas in the private industry. In IT industry, there is a common practice for companies to put employees on furlough, especially during year end when the clients aren't willing to shell out the money and work is low. So they ask employees to take a forced leave to compensate for the loss of "income". Now all that is fine. But in my company the employee has to apply for leaves from their earned leave balance. So the employer benefits unjustly, as these leaves, have to be compensated to an employee when he/she retires or quits. Because earned leaves are just that, "earned". Why should an employee be forced to spend it on something unplanned and something that the company should guarantee in the first place, i.e., steady work.

Are there in ruling/law on this? I am not even sure if this is something that accounted for as this is very new phenomenon.
Criminal laws / Is hidden camera Porn allowed in India?
« Last post by haridua on December 09, 2018, 03:23:59 AM »
Despite the recent bans on Pornographic content online,I am seeing a lot of websites hosting Indian hidden camera porn contents, and websites like randibaaz dot com is one to name out of it.

I even filed an online complaint at Cybercrime office & they are sleeping on my complaint.
What to do ? I have even traced back the owner of the website who has his details masked in WHOIS registry.

Anyone willing to suggest a way where I can forward? or someone willing to file a PIL. I can forward the whole history of my research.

This menace has to end!
Marriage / Re: Infertility is cause of Divorce
« Last post by AROUNDLAW on December 08, 2018, 09:56:18 PM »
infertility can be point for divorce and fake cases will be quashed
Marriage / Re: is a marraige valid without registration number
« Last post by AROUNDLAW on December 08, 2018, 09:50:13 PM »
registration is not must you can proceed for the case
Marriage / Re: Advice for Divorce
« Last post by AROUNDLAW on December 08, 2018, 09:47:33 PM »

divorce cases direct consultation is required if you see for divorce websites etc it may confuse you,  with necessary grounds for divorce is need
Marriage / Re: How to get relief from business minded women in the name of marriage
« Last post by AROUNDLAW on December 08, 2018, 09:44:40 PM »
you need a direct consultation with case papers your side justice can be done
Marriage / Re: Cheated Wife - Need Divorce
« Last post by AROUNDLAW on December 08, 2018, 09:31:45 PM »
divorce can be done no issue when the evidence on your side
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