Betamo.com - Before Starting

Posted on: 31 October, 2020

Author: allarticles.org

The player should keep aside the money he has won so that he avoids losing all that he has won. The different games played in casinos have a mathematical base which is in favor of the casino. It may seem that a player will win every time he plays the game, but in reality it is not true in case of 99% of the players.

It is most important to learn the technique to play a game. If a player plays any game without understanding it then he will tend to make more mistakes which will be beneficial for the casino....

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World conference on disaster management

Posted on: 03 April, 2020

Author: Mahendiran

World conference on disaster management is organized, to inculcate in the minds of thinkers, a sustainable pre - disaster arrangement such that the livelihood of the people and the economy of the nation does not falter after the disaster.  Disasters have been knocking the globe incessantly and have progressed unwaveringly from as far back as 1960, setting just in the last decade or so. Throughout the previous decade, natural calamities have annihilated millions across the globe. Close to two-thirds of these people who were killed as a result of natural calamities belong to emerging nations. Millions are hit each year...

Jacqueline Fernandez, rapper Badshah collaborate for song 'Genda Phool'

Posted on: 30 March, 2020

Author: kiyara ap

  The actress will also be donning Bengali attire in the song, again an avatar we have never seen and this certainly, adds to the hype that has been built ever since the song has been announced.Earli...   The actress will also be donning Bengali attire in the song, again an avatar we have never seen and this certainly, adds to the hype that has been built ever since the song has been announced.Earlier, during Holi, Jacqueline released a song titled "Mere Aangne Me" which became popular amongst the masses and it was the actress' look that won over the million hearts.Genda...

Why should we use reusable products instead of non biodegradable products?

Posted on: 11 March, 2020

Author: Nadeem Saifi

As the new decade rolls in, the results of our ever-increasing consumption of plastic and non-biodegradable products have also come around. The planet is in bad shape with the kind of stress we have placed on it by using these products which cannot be degraded and mostly as a byproduct of our consumption. The major chunk of this destruction can be attributed to our recurring use of plastic, which is difficult if not impossible to get rid of. It is omnipresent and can be seen taking up the major portions of landfills, where most of the consumer waste is dumped...

Is Palm Oil Worth Losing Our Tropical Forests?

Posted on: 24 February, 2020

Author: Jacob Lips

The palm oil industry is doing really well. This is because palm oil has so many uses. Primarily, it is used for cooking, particularly in tropical countries where palms thrive. But in developed countr... The palm oil industry is doing really well. This is because palm oil has so many uses. Primarily, it is used for cooking, particularly in tropical countries where palms thrive. But in developed countries, palm oil is more popular for its byproducts: cosmetics, detergent, and food products like ice cream. Palm oil is also present in biofuel.  The palm oil industry is thriving because the product...

Is Someone Too Young to be an Environmentalist?

Posted on: 24 February, 2020

Author: Jacob Lips

What Greta Thunberg teaches us is that there is no such thing as too young to be an environmentalist. In fact, you should start teaching your children about how to protect the environment the moment they are born. They may not remember it but it will become part of their system—and yours! Also, teaching them is not always about verbal education. As they say, actions speak louder than words. If you, as parents, are natural environmentalists, then the children will naturally follow.    What Greta Thunberg teaches us is that there is no such thing as too young to be an...

5 Simple Ways to Prevent Indoor Air Pollution

Posted on: 24 February, 2020

Author: Jacob Lips

Some people are conscious of outside air pollution, which compels them to use masks when they venture out in the real world. It is good that there is awareness. Hopefully, that awareness also reaches ... Some people are conscious of outside air pollution, which compels them to use masks when they venture out in the real world. It is good that there is awareness. Hopefully, that awareness also reaches out to indoor air pollution. Pollutants are not limited on the streets where vehicle fumes and dust and other toxins abound. Pollutants are also present at home.  Indoor air pollutants are...

The Evolution of the T-Shirt: From Undergarment to Making a Statement

Posted on: 24 February, 2020

Author: Jacob Lips

T-shirts are the most commonly worn garment in the world. It is simple and comfortable, which most people really like. It is the most no-fuss clothing item that you can wear. When you want to just sta... T-shirts are the most commonly worn garment in the world. It is simple and comfortable, which most people really like. It is the most no-fuss clothing item that you can wear. When you want to just stay at home, a T-shirt is the most comfortable clothing. When you want to get out of the house, a nice clean shirt will do the trick....

How Large is the Animal Trafficking Problem?

Posted on: 24 February, 2020

Author: Jacob Lips

There is a market for wildlife, which is why animal trafficking is a large industry managed by organized criminals. It takes a lot of money as well as will to circumnavigate the law, and allow the movement of wild animals from one country to another.    Animal trafficking is a billion dollar industry. Wild animals provide an interest among people that go beyond seeing them as cute or adorable. Fashionistas crave the feel of real chinchilla on their skin. They love to touch the crocodile skin of their bag and the comfort of mink slippers on their feet. Practitioners of traditional...

Wildlife Needs Room to Breathe—Or to Just Breathe

Posted on: 24 February, 2020

Author: Jacob Lips

The alarming coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China that is also considered a global problem has been traced to endangered animals slaughtered for human consumption. The Huanan seafood market in Wuhan h... The alarming coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China that is also considered a global problem has been traced to endangered animals slaughtered for human consumption. The Huanan seafood market in Wuhan had been closed down as it is believed to be the source of the virus, which had since killed 132 people in China. Some 6,000 people have also been infected with Wuhan having the most number of victims. The...

Calls for Ban on Wildlife Markets in China and the Rest of the World Get Louder

Posted on: 24 February, 2020

Author: Jacob Lips

China has implemented a temporary ban on wildlife markets following the outbreak of the novel coronavirus that has infected over 6,000 people in the country. Some 15 countries have also reported a few... China has implemented a temporary ban on wildlife markets following the outbreak of the novel coronavirus that has infected over 6,000 people in the country. Some 15 countries have also reported a few cases. But environmentalists are now calling to make the ban permanent.  The first few cases of coronavirus were reported in Wuhan, China in late December 2019. In no time, the number of cases rapidly...