India’s Army Owns 97 Golf Courses 0

(NEW DELHI) March 28, 2011 — The Indian Army is being criticized for management practices at the 97 golf courses it owns — which critics say is an illegal activity for the military and not authorized by law, the Financial Times reports. More.

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