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10 held for betting on IPL matches

May 09, 2008 13:32 IST

The Anti-Goonda Squad Police arrested ten people on the charges of betting on the Indian Premier League cricket matches played in Delhi and Kolkata on Thursday evening.

Police said, following a tip-off, the AGS raided a shop at Govindarajulu Fish Market and made the arrests.

They seized Rs 69,756 in cash, nine mobile phones and a TV from them. A case has been registered.

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