Preventive algorithms can be a win-win situation for online gaming in India: Experts

The introduction of preemptive algorithms that curb permissive behavior, rather than imposing direct or indirect restrictions on the industry, can greatly contribute to the development of the skill-based online gambling industry in India. Instead of banning, state governments should focus on defining legal boundaries that provide citizens with a safe environment to enjoy online … Read more

India continues to buy Russian oil after sanctions take effect

India said it would continue to buy Russian crude oil even after the embargo and price cap came into effect on Dec. 5, an official from India’s oil ministry said on Friday. India has consistently stated its intention to continue buying crude oil that makes the most financial sense for the importing country. The Indian … Read more

G-7 outlines how it’s going to work

Russian President Vladimir Putin Contributor | Getty Images News | Getty Images The European Union agreed on Friday to limit the Russian marine oil price to $60 a barrel, after several days of intense negotiations over an appropriate level. The announcement comes after the G-7 group of advanced economies agreed in September to impose a … Read more

Ruchira Kamboj: “We don’t need to be told what to do with democracy”: India at the UN

“Everyone is free to say what they want,” Indian envoy Ruchira Kamboj told the UN. United Nations: India does not need to be told what to do with democracy, the country’s permanent representative to UN ambassador Ruchira Kamboj, who assumed the presidency of the UN Security Council for the month of December, said here Thursday. … Read more

India will be the third largest economy by 2030: S&P Global, Morgan Stanley

Beautiful and colorful aerial view of Mumbai skyline at dusk seen from Currey Road, on February 16, 2022 in Mumbai, India. Pratik Chorge | Hindu times | Getty Images According to S&P Global and Morgan Stanley, India will overtake Japan and Germany to become the world’s third largest economy. S&P’s forecast is based on the … Read more

China and India buy Russian crude oil at a 40% discount

The European Union on Friday again not come to an agreement on a price cap on Russian oil, with the easternmost members of the bloc, including Poland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, objecting that the proposed $60-$70 per barrel for Russian crude oil is too generous and much higher the rates at which Russia is currently … Read more

Cricket 2022: Thunder re-signs Sandhu

Gurinder Sandhu thought he had his last chance a year ago but is about to enter the new BBL season as one of the Thunder’s main bowlers after signing a two-year extension with the men in green . The 29-year-old had taken just four wickets in the previous two seasons but returned to the sort … Read more

World Cup boss tells Piers Morgan 400-500 migrant workers have died in Qatar

A Qatar chief has finally admitted the horrific death toll of workers helping prepare the country for the World Cup. World Cup boss Hassan Al-Thawadi admitted 500 workers died when confronted by Piers Morgan, reports The sun. Piers questioned him during a confrontation that will appear on Sky News, which can also be seen on … Read more

Ruturaj Gaikwad skips seven sixes in one, video, reaction, records, Maharashtra vs Uttar Pradesh

Indian batsman Ruturaj Gaikwad hit an unprecedented seven consecutive sixes in one from a 50-overs home game on Monday – courtesy of a no-ball. Gaikwad, who has played one ODI and nine Twenty20 matches for India, hit 42 runs for Maharashtra in a seven-delivery over against Uttar Pradesh. The quarter-final of the Vijay Hazare Trophy … Read more

Satellite images of China’s Huludao submarine facility reveal nuclear ambitions

China accuses Australia of being a “threat to regional peace and security” over its plans to build nuclear-powered submarines. But satellite photos show it is racing ahead with its own new designs. The dry docks of China’s nuclear submarine facility in Huludao, Liaoning province, are showing increased activity. Newly built halls are primed. Another dry … Read more