Online mobile gaming has made casinos available in the palm of your hands

Old school casino culture takes a backseat.

In Goa, casino culture is a big part of what makes the tourist state thrive. Not only do outsiders come and try their hand at games such as Blackjack, Roulette, Poker, and many more, but the locals are invested in it as well. With the current ongoing global trends, things are changing everywhere and in that light, players are shifting towards online casinos With the help of online casino, more and more people are getting a chance to try their luck in a virtual setting and earn real money.

Online gaming, mobile gaming and such services are quickly gaining traction. With esports becoming more popular by the day, people are realizing the scope of mobile gaming (in this case, online casino). This comes under the category of online mobile gaming, which is convenient and pushes players to take a turn towards real money games.


Growth in online gaming brings new users to online casinos

The trend of real money gaming is pickup up speed. Unlike gambling, real money games are skill-based and reward players' knowledge of the game. While there are various types of real-money games, players are typically asked to pay a nominal entry fee and the money is pooled. The winner receives the money almost instantly through account transfer or digital wallets.

These days, there are several online gaming portals which you can log into to play games such as Blackjack, Roulette, Poker and more in a virtual environment and earn real money. Platforms such as Voodoo Dreams, LeoVegas, my casino and more are helping people try out a variety of casino games from the comfort of their homes. This is a direct result of the trend in mobile gaming picking up speed quickly. The COVID-19 induced lockdown last year played a major helping hand in this.

Old school casino culture takes a backseat

The concept of online casino and gambling isn't something new, it's been around for a few years now. But what is interesting is that now, online portals are catering to what the Indians want. There is a spike in India focused content on online casinos and casino apps.

In the state of Goa, both land-based and water-based casinos are legal. The first casino in Goa opened in 1999 and there are now 15 of them, with five offshore in ships anchored on the Mandovi River. With an estimated 15,000 guests daily, the Goan government earns around ₹1.35 billion ($22M) in taxes from the business.

India's first fisheries hub to come up in Goa, boosting state's presence in global markets

The latest plans are also inclusive of the establishment of a seaweed and exquisite fish complex.

Edged by a flourishing coastline and housing multiple water bodies, Goa is home to a thriving industry of fishing and allied activities. With aims to further boost pisciculture and affiliated business activities in the state, Goa would be soon gifted with a fisheries hub. Reportedly, this project with investments worth ₹400 crores from the central government, was recently announced by the Union Fisheries Minister.

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IIT Indore to conduct an online event for school students to mark National Science Day

The event aims at igniting love & interest for science in school students.

Instituted in 2009, the Indian Institute of Technology Indore has shown its commitment towards scientific growth and strong-footed academic development. By undertaking projects in the same field repeatedly, the institute is focussed to promote a better understanding of science and technology amongst students of varied ages. In the latest string of developments, IIT Indore has planned to mark National Science Day on February 28 through a virtual event for school students.

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Fancy a Faluda? Relish 'homemade' desserts at Jaipur's 60-yo Indian Ice Cream & Kulfi Faluda

Despite the addition of new desserts and beverages, Faluda remains the in-demand delicacy!

One of the iconic places that finds a home in Jaipur, other than the famous forts, is an ice-cream shop. Founded in 1957, Indian Ice Cream & Kulfi Faluda at Bapu Bazar is THE place to pamper your sweet tooth. Serving lip-smacking traditional Indian ice-creams, two of the most famous faluda flavours available at this shop are Kulfi Rabri Faluda and Mix Faluda. With the summer season just around the corner, this place will become your haven from the heat!

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Schools in UP to promote gender equality to mark Women's Day

Under the umbrella of Mission Shakti, UP schools schedule an elaborate line up of events ahead of Women's Day.

In a bid to raise awareness about gender equality in Uttar Pradesh, schools across the state have planned several events in lieu of International Women's Day, celebrated on March 8. Starting on February 27, educational institutes have undertaken an initiative to vocalise the ideas of equality among all by means of a parent's meet and several other programmes, stretching up till 8th of March.

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Upcoming ferry services in Maharashtra to bridge distance between Mumbai & Navi Mumbai

RoRo and RoPax services will also be introduced here in the future.

In a bid to reduce the burden on the suburban train system and roadways, the Maharashtra Government has decided to flag off ferry commute between Mumbai and Navi Mumbai, soon. Besides decongesting city road, this mode of travel has been commissioned as an effective means to control the crowd in local trains. The Mumbai Port Trust Chief has informed that the majority of work in this regard has already been completed and the fine-tuning will also be checked shortly.

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