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More ways of depositing money in online betting for the Indian players

With the digital transformation, the betting industry has moved online, and it has new aged starts-ups which is accessible to the world. Since last year, the Indians have worked from home because of the COVID-19 pandemic. It has given many facilities which have also given rise to many hobbies.

Should Online Betting Be Legal in India?

Online betting is a huge trending topic in India. Millions of Indians are extremely open to the idea of using the Internet’s full potential, especially when it comes to online betting. Research has shown that they are extremely open to the idea of wagering their money. But, there is one big problem – online betting is considered an illegal activity according to the Public Gambling Act of India.

One Lakh villages to go digital over next five years: Govt

New Delhi, Feb 1 (IBNS): India having emerged as the world leader in the consumption of mobile data, the Government on Friday said it is now aiming to widen its impact by reaching out to the interior and rural areas.

Infosys partners with A.S. Watson Group for Technology and digital transformation initiatives

Hong Kong, Jan 22 (IBNS): Software major Infosys, on Monday announced a strategic partnership with the A.S. Watson Group (ASW), the world’s largest international health and beauty retailer, to accelerate ASW’s digital transformation initiatives. 

Using digital technology to accelerate business growth: ASSOCHAM-Deloitte study

New Delhi, Mar 24 (IBNS): In India, adoption of advanced business digital technologies can lead to increase in revenues by up to 27%, increase in employment by up to 84% and enhanced access to international markets by up to 65% for small and medium business (SMBs), according to ASSOCHAM-Deloitte joint study.