The advantages of betting online in India

first_imgAdvertisement thNBA Finals | Brooklyn VsawWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Exxm6( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) uj9pWould you ever consider trying this?😱n2rCan your students do this? 🌚b29Roller skating! 8slpSee more on YT⬇️⬇️⬇️See morefcrBody tricks that only special people can do pt-1v02u9How though? 🤔😂#AdrenalineJunkiesb7w74A visualization of how Karma works 9y542pPowered by Firework The traditional way of betting is slowly going obsolete. People are more and more open to the idea of betting on games online. Online bookies have had a massive breakthrough a few years ago and their popularity just keeps rising. Advertisement This new type of betting is taking over the world as millions of people open the bookie sites and apps each day, rather than going on-site. We wanted to elaborate a few reasons as to why online bookies are so popular these days and why people are favouring them over the land-based ones. We’re also going to give you our top pick as the best online bookie on the Indian market. bet365 – The Best Bookie Site in IndiaAs you may know, thousands of online bookies offer their services to the people. But, not all of them are worth a visit. Some of them offer bad odds, while some operate without a license and they are most likely scam sites.Advertisement That’s why it’s important to choose a legitimate bookie that has obtained a license to operate and also cares for its clients. One of them is bet365. This sportsbook has established itself as one of the best on the planet due to its excellent service and availability. The fact that this is one of the most legitimate online bookies that cares for its customers is why we chose it as our top pick. You can learn more about it if you read this review of bet365 Indian site. The review contains all the information you need.Now that we’ve stated why bet365 is our pick, let’s check out some of the general advantages and features that make online bookies so loved.Advertisement AvailabilityOne of the biggest advantages that online bookies have over the land-based sportsbooks, as well as one of their best features, is their availability. Their services are at your disposal 24/7, 365 days per year. You can reach them at any time and place. Because things happen fast in the world of sports, acting fast and placing bets on time is important and that is exactly what you can do, considering the fact that online bookies are accessible from your home. Online bookies’ sites are optimized for both mobile and desktop use, while some of them even went as far as making apps as a way to be accessed with ease. More Options and Better OddsThese sites also offer much more betting options for the players, have better payout percentages and excellent odds. Sometimes they even go as far as offering you early profits by giving up on the rest of the games of your slip. That way, you get to earn money while minimizing the risk.Because football games are set to return in the next few weeks and some leagues are extremely entertaining, having more betting options is a huge advantage. Tracking Games is EasyEach league and game is just a few clicks or taps away. Like we mentioned earlier, online bookies’ sites are optimized for both mobile and desktop games and their layout is simple. It’s adapted so that people of all ages can navigate easily and place bets fast. Some sites even offer live streaming so you can play your bets live in the midst of all the action.Secure SitesLastly, we wanted to mention that these sites are extremely safe. Bookies have invested a lot of money into their security, which is why the odds of theft or scam are low. They have artificial intelligence that is extremely effective and efficient. All of your private data (like your card details) is safely hidden and there’s no need for you to worry. Advertisementlast_img read more

Central Arkansas Duo, McNeese’s Raborn Earn First Football Player of the Week Awards

first_imgSpecial Teams Player of the Week: Bailey Raborn – Jr. – Punter – Lafayette, La.In his debut as the Pokes’ primary punter, Raborn booted six punts for an average of 45.5 yards, good for 10th-best among FCS punters. Three of his kicks resulted in muffed punts with a pair of them recovered by McNeese. Raborn pinned the Jaguars inside the 20-yard line on two punts and inside the 25-yard line on four kicks. His longest went for 56 yards and he booted another for 54 yards. The Bears completed a 35-28 comeback victory on the road over FBS foe Western Kentucky Thursday, scoring 21 points in the fourth quarter. UCA stays on the road in week two and is set to face Austin Peay at 2 p.m. Saturday in Clarksville, Tenn. Offensive Player of the Week: Lujuan Winningham – So. – Wide Receiver – Humble, TexasWinningham caught eight passes for 222 yards and three touchdowns, which are both career highs. His three scoring grabs were for 23, 20 and 80 yards, the last of which tied the game in the fourth quarter. Winningham’s 222 receiving yards were the most by an FCS wideout through opening weeknd and went down as the fourth-most in a single game in program history.   Honorable Mention: Shelton Eppler, Northwestern State; Jordan Hoy, Lamar; Devonte Williams, Southeastern Louisiana; Bailey Zappe, Houston Baptist. Defensive Player of the Week: Robert Rochell – Jr. – Cornerback – Shreveport, La.Rochell made seven total tackles, including five solo stops, to go along with an interception and two pass breakups in the upset of the Hilltoppers. Trailing 14-0 in the first quarter, he made a diving interception to halt WKU’s drive at the Bears’ 30-yard line. Rochell recorded one of his pass break ups on the Hilltoppers’ final drive, which ended on downs with just under a minute left. Honorable Mention: Caleb Johnson, Houston Baptist; Mike Mason, Southeastern Louisiana. The Cowboys started the Sterlin Gilbert era out on the right foot, defeating Southern 34-28 on Saturday. McNeese travels to Stillwater, Okla., to take on Oklahoma State at 6 p.m. Saturday. Winningham, a sophomore wide receiver, picked up Offensive Player of the Week while teammate Rochell, a junior cornerback, secured defensive honors. Junior punter Raborn secured the first Special Teams Player of the Week honor of the year. FRISCO, Texas – Central Arkansas’ Lujuan Winningham and Robert Rochell, along with McNeese’s Bailey Raborn, earned the first weekly awards of the 2019 season, the league announced Tuesday. All weekly awards are presented by MidSouth Bank. Honorable Mention: Austin Dunlap, Southeastern Louisiana; Hayden Ray, Central Arkansas. Southland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athlete is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on 25 percent of ballots.last_img read more

January decides the history of Espanyol

first_imgAlthough they will only be three LaLiga days that are played in this month, it’s already very obliged Espanyol to add three by three. If it is very difficult to add around 30 of the remaining points in play, impossible mission would be to get them among the 51 that will remain from February. The calendar is unfavorable, which makes the challenge capitalized: after visiting Cornellà del Barcelona, this Saturday, Espanyol will go to Vila-Real on Sunday 19 (16:00) and will close on Saturday 25 (13:00) in front of the Athletic Club at home, where he hasn’t won yet. In between, on Sunday 12, will go to San Sebastián de los Reyes for the second round of the Copa del Rey, today totally secondary objective.For that urgent resurrection in LaLiga, Abelardo can count on reinforcements of the staff, such as Matías Vargas and Óscar Melendo, who finished 2019 injured (the Argentine, in addition, has not been cited by Argentina for the Pre-Olympic this month), but, above all, you must succeed in a transfer market which includes this January. Espanyol needs the goal that Raúl de Tomás can give him but also speed and tino by the bands and even greater solidity. January is the month in which the parakeet is already prohibited from failing. “He who does not believe that we will be saved, may he not return after Christmas.” The grandiloquent phrase was from David López, one of the captains of Espanyol, and pronounced it after the Distressing defeat against Leganés (2-0) with which he closed 2019, and before a bench change, from Pablo Machín to Abelardo Fernández, which has served to take a boost at least moral in the first beats of 2020. Hopes that will only work if they translate into results during a crucial January for the history and future of the parakeet team.last_img read more

President takes LGE sensitisation campaign to Linden

first_imgPresident David Granger recently took the Local Government Elections (LGE) sensitisation campaign to the mining town of Linden, where he encouraged local leaders to pay attention to addressing issues at the local level.President David Granger addressing the audienceAddressing members of the A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) and community members at the Egbert Benjamin Centre, the President pointed to the importance of LGEs in shaping local democracy. Members of the coalition were in full campaign mode, endorsing the APNU, with President Granger declaring it the most exciting rally hosted so far.In his presentation, the Head of State said Government was trying to use LGEs to transform Guyana.“This is what we’re trying to do throughout Guyana: use the Local Government Elections to transformGuyana. Not to remain stagnant, but to change things, provide better services for the children and residents of these villages …We didn’t go into Local Government Elections to lose, we went in to win. But what we said is that win, lose or draw, we’re going to have Local Government Elections, because it is the people’s entitlement. It is their constitutional obligation,” he noted.The President stressed too that local representatives must serve constituencies and pay attention to local issues to ensure that the needs of all residents of various constituencies were satisfied. He also pointed to what he termed “civil resistance” or “civil war” by some Regional Chairmen whom he said did not cooperate with Central Government, noting that this was prohibiting progress.“And that is what’s holding back this country. That is what is holding back development…It is you, the representatives of the residents of those communities who must inform, instruct and direct your representatives about how to provide services for the respective communities…All politics is local, and Local Government Elections is meant to solve local problems. This is the importance…that is why you’re empowered,” Granger stated.Some of the members pay keen attention to their leaderThe Leader of the APNU also noted that candidates must prove themselves as leaders to serve their constituencies and that central, regional and municipal levels of governance must work together.He said it was hard to explain the importance of LGE, since they had been absent for so long that people did not seem to understand what they were all about, as he emphasised that training for leadership starts at LGEs.“We are in the stage, my brothers and sisters, by which we are in the brink of a new form of democracy, not only one that will promote the development of Linden, but one that will empower the residents to make them more conscious of the needs of their various communities … So, most important is that this is an exercise for real democracy in that you can identify your candidates … It’s good to be involved in decision making … because you are accountable, you are responsible,” he posited.Further endorsing the coalition, the President said the APNU ‘train’ was not going to stop, noting that it has built a relationship of trust between candidates and members of the constituencies.“APNU is a party which brings the depth of PNC experiences … We serve the working people and we’ve served this community for decades, but even so we must still mobilise…,” he said.The President also noted that he saw Linden as playing a critical role in leading the towns across Guyana as he pledged that the party would increase the number of street lights, provide more solar energy and improve solid waste management among other things.last_img read more

51-year-old charged for Sophia businessman’s murder

first_imgColin Blaire, of D Field, Sophia, Greater Georgetown, was on Thursday slapped with a murder charge and appeared at the Sparendaam Magistrate’s Court.Blaire was not required to plead to the indictable charge which stated that on January 20, at D Field, Sophia, he murdered Godfrey Phillips. He was unrepresented and was remanded to prison until March 12, 2019 when the case isDead: Godfrey Phillipscalled again.Phillips, a businessman, was stabbed to death in front of his business place as he attempted to make peace between a man and his reputed wife. The 48-year-old man of Lot 3028 D Field, was reportedly stabbed once to his left abdomen and was pronounced dead on arrival at the Georgetown Public Hospital.Based on reports received, the now dead man had already closed his business for the night when he heard an argument. As he ventured out, he saw the suspect arguing with his reputed wife and cautioned them about their behaviour.The suspect, of Pike Street, Kitty, Georgetown, reportedly became annoyed, whipped out a knife, and inflicted the fatal blow on Phillips.After committing the act, the suspect, along with his reputed wife, fled the scene, but he was later arrested and charged for the heinous crime.last_img read more

Keino turns state witness in Rio graft case

first_img0Shares0000Kipchoge Keino will now give evidence against figures including Kenya’s former sports minister © AFP/File / Tony KARUMBANAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 16 – Kenya’s former Olympic chief Kipchoge Keino will become a witness for the prosecution after charges of corruption at the 2016 Olympics against him were dropped, his lawyer said Friday.Keino, 78, a two-time Olympic gold medallist, was due to be charged with six other officials, including former Kenyan sports minister Hassan Wario, over the misappropriation of more than 55 million shillings ($545,000). But the prosecution told the court on Friday that the charges against Keino had been dropped and he will appear as the key prosecution witness.His lawyer Cecil Miller confirmed that Keino was a free man.“The new charge says that Keino is no longer an accused person. He has been converted to a prosecution witness,” Miller told AFP.“It is a big relief to us all,” he added.The accused are facing charges ranging from abuse of office to failing to comply with laws on the management of public funds.They cover the alleged crimes of embezzlement, the purchase of unauthorised air tickets, overpayment of allowances and expenditure on unauthorised persons, all to the amount of 55 million shillings.Corruption is rife in Kenya, with millions of dollars of public funds going missing each year, and the country was left red-faced during its 2016 Olympic campaign which also saw athletes’ team uniforms stolen by officials.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

IT’S CHILD’S PLAY FOR RAPHOE AS RIBBON TO BE CUT ON SUPERB NEW FACILITY

first_imgThe new Raphoe Playground will open later today.After four years of planning and fundraising, Raphoe will finally open its new community playground today.The opening, which takes place at 2pm, will be a hugely proud moment for organisers Jean Laird and the rest of the hardworking committee.The new state-of-the-art playground is located beside the community’s local boxing club after Donegal County Council donated the land. After the land was donated, the hard-working committee set about fundraising for all the playground equipment.Last night former Mayor of Donegal and local councillor Frank McBrearty paid tribute to all those involved in the project.Cllr McBrearty will officially open the new playground later today.He said “I would like to congratulate the hard working committee that have made this project possible and to the community of Raphoe and further afield for their help in supporting all the fund raising events. It was an honour for me to be part of this and its great to see what can be achieved when a community comes together.”  IT’S CHILD’S PLAY FOR RAPHOE AS RIBBON TO BE CUT ON SUPERB NEW FACILITY was last modified: April 19th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalFrank McBreartyplaygroundRaphoelast_img read more

MINISTER MEETS WITH PARENTS FOLLOWING CONCERNS OVER DONEGAL’S CLEARY HOUSE

first_imgThomas Pringle TDA successful meeting was held today between Minister Lynch and delegates from the Cleary Centre of Donegal Town.Thomas Pringle TD who arranged the meeting described it as ‘positive’ saying the Parents and Friends Association of the Cleary Centre and its service users were happy with the outcome.‘The Minister confirmed at the meeting that she has asked the HSE to look at the proposed building in Donegal Town and pressed the need for the HSE to maintain good communications with the Parents and Friends Association including the service users’ says Pringle. ‘The Minister also accepted that the service users should be kept together if at all possible. This was particularly positive as the thought of relocation had been very worrying for them.’‘Furthermore, the HSE have agreed to keep contact with the Parents and Friends’ Association and service users throughout the whole process,’ continues Pringle.‘This meeting was a great opportunity for the Parents and Friends Association and service users to voice their concerns directly to the Minister and the HSE. I am glad of the outcome and look forward to working with all involved to securing a permanent solution appropriate to the needs of the service users’ concludes Pringle.The meeting with the Minister was organised by Thomas Pringle TD after a successful protest outside Leinster House arranged by the Parents and Friends Association of the Cleary Centre and its service users. The protest was voicing their objection to the HSE’s proposal to disperse the service users of the Cleary Centre to a number of different locations across Donegal.A coachload of protesters arrived in front of Leinster House on July 14th where over 3,100 petition signatures were handed over to Thomas Pringle who in turn handed them over to the Minister’s office.In response to this the Minister agreed to meet with a number of delegates from the Cleary Centre during her trip to the MacGill Summer School.MINISTER MEETS WITH PARENTS FOLLOWING CONCERNS OVER DONEGAL’S CLEARY HOUSE was last modified: July 23rd, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Cleary HouseDeputy Thomas Pringledonegalmeetinglast_img read more

Great crowd expected for annual Milford 10k/5k race this Saturday

first_imgAll roads (and footpaths!) lead to Milford this Saturday for the annual 10K or 5K race.With the forecast looking good, why not get down to the fun event and blow off the cobwebs?Registration is at Mulroy College from 9:30am and the race commences at 11am. Whether you walk, jog or run, this race promises a great atmosphere with plenty of refreshments and prizes afterwards at Mulroy College.Come out to support two real genuine causes – Milford Athletic Club and Mulroy College.See you there!Great crowd expected for annual Milford 10k/5k race this Saturday was last modified: September 16th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:5kdonegalMilford 10kMulroy Collegelast_img read more

WIN TWO TICKETS TO SEE DANIEL O’DONNELL IN DERRY

first_imgFANCY seeing Daniel O’Donnell at the Millennium Forum in Derry next Wednesday?Well donegaldaily.com has two tickets to give away to the show.Click on Stephen Doherty’s Country Music Corner below for more details on how to enter. STEPHEN DOHERTY’S COUNTRY MUSIC CORNERWIN TWO TICKETS TO SEE DANIEL O’DONNELL IN DERRY was last modified: July 2nd, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:win daniel o’donnell ticketslast_img read more