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Tons of online gambling websites are welcoming to Indian players. However, not all of them can be trusted. You have to be wary as some of them are bogus sites. If you are looking for top-rated casino websites for Indian players, you have come to the right place. In this article, we will discuss the ways of finding the best gambling websites for Indian players and some of the names you can trust. Begin your search by taking into account the following:
- Safety – Safety and security are a must when it comes to playing online games. Keep in mind that you are playing using real money, and so you need to ensure that the site is equipped with high-security features. Choose a site with SSL encryption and firewall setting; thus, ensure your information is protected from phishers and scammers.
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- Credible reputation – Check the casino’s reputation and make sure you play only at casinos with an excellent reputation. To check for reputation, you have to read reviews and ratings given by real players. These people have first-hand experience playing at the site. By reading the reviews and ratings, you will know if the site you are planning to play is credible or not.
- Payment options – Playing at online sites for real money will require you to deposit money. Hence, it is important to check for the available payment options. The best site should be able to provide a variety of payment options so players can choose a payment method they are most comfortable and convenient at. You should look for some payment options: online bank transfers, e-wallets like Skrill and Neteller, PayPal, prepaid cards like AstroPay, RuPay, UPI (Unified Payment Interface), and, if possible, cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, Litecoin, and Ethereum.
- Game variety – The gaming site should offer a variety of gaming options so there will be something to offer to every type of online gamers. The goal is to be a one-stop-destination for all types of online gamers, so players don’t need to switch from one site to another. Before signing up for an account, check the gaming site to see what games are available.
- Bonuses and promotions – Online gaming sites offer bonuses and promotions to entice new players and retain existing players. However, such bonuses and promotions have corresponding terms and conditions. Therefore, you have to go through the bonuses and the conditions, so you will know if such bonuses are attainable or not.
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We surveyed all available casino sites accepting Indian players using the parameters mentioned above. The names made in our list are the following:
- Pure Win Casino – It was formerly known as Pure Casino. It rebranded to Pure Win as it starts to offer both online casino games and sports betting. The moment you sign up for an account, you will receive a welcome bonus. Loyal players are also given special perks as a sign of showing appreciation for their loyalty. Pure Win is the best casino site for Indian players.
- 10Cric Casino – It is one of the most visited online gambling sites for Indian players because it offers top-notch casino games and a one-of-a-kind gambling experience. It supports Indian Rupees and has five different options for live casinos. It also offers a generous welcome bonus, fast withdrawal, and a round clock easy to reach the customer support team.
- Casumo Casino – It is one of the well-established online casinos that are welcoming to Indian players. It offers a huge array of games, numerous ways to send and receive payment, and a generous welcome bonus. There are also promotions and campaigns that benefit loyal players.
- Betway Casino. It is one of the premier names in online gambling. It has been around since 2005 and partnered with some of the best online gaming software providers such as Microgaming. With years in the industry, it has successfully built a solid reputation as one of the trusted names in the business. It is known for its excellent welcome bonus, top-notch customer service, and stress-free payment transfer.
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The Centre will launch a pilot project on the use of indigenously manufactured drones for delivering medicines in the undulating landscape of Jammu and surrounding areas from Saturday with a focus on vaccines delivery initially. "This is going to be a pilot project for the area. The drone is developed and manufactured entirely by our scientists," Union Minister for Science & Technology, Dr Jitendra Singh told mediapersons. Singh said he himself will be launching the project at Jammu.
The drone is developed by the scientists at Bengaluru's National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL), a constituent of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), an autonomous Society that is headed by the Prime Minister. For now, the delivery would be limited to Covid vaccines and once successful, it would be expanded to be used for regular delivery of medicines in the remote, hilly areas.
The drone is developed by the scientists at Bengaluru's National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL). | Photo by Jason Blackeye on Unsplash
Jammu and surrounding areas are sensitive in terms of the strategic importance. Some months ago, there was an attack on an Army installation using drones. Will the 'drones for vaccines' be permitted in such a case? Allaying fears, a top official from the Ministry of S&T said, "The drones would be deployed by authorised agencies such as hospitals, not anybody can use it, nor would any random person be permitted to use it."
NAL has called the drone as 'Octacopter' and it can fly at an operational altitude of 500 m AGL and at maximum flying speed of 36 kmph. It can be used for a variety of BVLOS applications for last mile delivery like medicines, vaccines, food, postal packets, Human organs (such as heart for heart transplantation) etc. NAL Octacopter is integrated with a powerful on-board embedded computer and latest generation sensors for versatile applications like agricultural pesticide spraying, crop monitoring, mining survey, magnetic geo survey mapping etc., S&T officials had said. (IANS/ MBI)
Keywords: Jammu, Vaccines, Medicines, Deliver, Drones, Centre
Bollywood actor Abhishek Bachchan shares how he feels when people compare him with his father Amitabh Bachchan on the singing reality show 'Sa Re Ga Ma Pa'. He also requests contestant Rajshree Bag to sing a track 'Bahon Mein Chale Aao' featuring his mother Jaya Bachchan.
Abhishek said after looking at the performance of Rajshree, who is often compared with Lata Mangeshkar on the show, that she reminds him of being compared with his father. "Rajshree, whenever I have got the chance to watch the show, I've seen people compare you to Lata didi. It actually reminded me about how people compare me with my father and ask me how I feel about it."
According to him Amitabh Bachchan is a great actor in the industry and this is what he says to everyone making these comparisons. "My answer to them is that there's no greater actor in this film industry than Amitabh Bachchan and if I'm being compared to him, I am sure I must have done something good."
"Similarly, your voice has a different kind of magic like Lata ji and that's why people are comparing your voice with her. I feel you should always take this as a compliment," he concluded. 'Sa Re Ga Ma Pa' airs on Saturday and Sunday on Zee TV. (IANS/ MBI)
Keywords: Abhishek Bachchan, Amitabh Bachchan, reality show, Sa Re Ga Ma Pa, Rajshree Bag
Winters in India have always beckoned for that hot, steaming bowl of tomato and pepper rasam or the mellow, millet based Raab. Certain dishes like sarson ka saag, undhiyu, nimona pulao are winter specialites in the country. Seasonal food has always been an Indian speciality -- we switch our choice in fruits, vegetables, sometimes even grains with the onset of different season. The preference of using specific ingredients during certain climates is visible in our sweets as well. It's common to find local and traditional delicacies made of jaggery, instead of sugar during the winters. Case in point -- the Nolen Gur Rasgulla, a speciality made in Odisha and West Bengal between November to February.
Celebrity chef, Sanjeev Kapoor, strongly advocates this need of eating seasonal produce. He says, "The beauty of our food is in our seasonal usage of fruits and vegetables. If you realise, Gajar ka halwa is made aplenty during winters as this is the season when beautiful red carrots hit the market or mango pickle is made during summer, thanks to its availability. Despite people and sometimes, even me, suggesting that we should eat fresh as well as seasonal fruits and vegetables, we do not know what chemicals are sprayed on them to keep them safe while they are growing. When this produce hits the market, there isn't a certifying agency like the FSSAI that will help people understand what vegetables and fruits are free of pesticides and germs and which ones don't. Hence, the onus lies on us to make them safe for consumption. ITC's Nimwash is a good solution."
When it comes to winters, the Chef recommends eating these fruit and vegetables:
* Purple Mogri -- Mogri or Radish pods are not a common sight throughout the country. But you can spot them during the winters in local markets in northern India where women pick them up to make raitas, curries and stir fries. Rich in magnesium, calcium and copper, the vegetable is known to aid people from digestive problems.
Mogri or Radish pods are not a common sight throughout the country, but you can spot them during the winters | Pixabay
* Sweet Potato -- A re-discovered favourite, Sweet potatoes have created a space for itself in the millennial kitchen. With its diverse addition in burgers, chips and even chat, the root vegetable is filled with nutrients such as fibres and vitamins.
Sweet potatoes have created a space for itself in the millennial kitchen. | Wikimedia Commons
* Avarekalu -- Called Hyacinth beans in English, Avarekalu is a winter speciality in the south that is added to sambhar, saagu, rotis, etc. Bangalore is famed for its Averakalu mela during the winter months, where you can find these beans in dosas, Pani puri and even Jalebis! Thronged by crowds from all over the city, the food fest is a gourmand's delight.
Called Hyacinth beans in English, Avarekalu is a winter speciality in the south that is added to sambhar, saagu, rotis, etc. | Wikimedia Commons
* Amla -- The Indian gooseberry is a common winter fruit found through the country. High in Vitamin C, it is known to be immunity building and extremely beneficial for the skin and hair. There are multiple ways to eat Amla -- it is pickled, made into a fruit preserve called as Murraba or even eaten by sprinkling salt over it.
The Indian gooseberry is a common winter fruit found through the country. | Pixabay
(Article originally published on IANSlife) (IANS/ MBI)
Keywords: winter, Sanjeev Kapoor, chef, Indian gooseberry, Sweet Potato, Radish pods