Publish Date : June 26 2015
Category : News
A GROWING number of Britons are playing carrom, sparking a revival of the ancient Indian board game.
The game’s governing body said more non-Asians are taking part after it organised tournaments in schools and youth groups.
Carrom involves flicking circular pieces into pockets on a table using a heavier counter.
Around 50 million people worldwide play the indoor game, which is believed...