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Contrary to popular belief, poker is highly skill-based and tests your emotional control, analytical and strategy-making abilities.(Adda52)

How Adda52 got me bitten by the poker bug

By Promotional Feature, HT Brand Studio
UPDATED ON AUG 04, 2020 11:44 AM IST
“It is thrilling to have an online poker party with my closest friends and family members thanks to the private tables, and the fun quotient of that experience is incomparably higher than that of any online game,” writes this author, who has been recently introduced to online gaming platform Adda52.
Chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar during a conference on ‘Safety of women and children’ in Panchkula on Friday.(HT Photo)
Chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar during a conference on ‘Safety of women and children’ in Panchkula on Friday.(HT Photo)

Cyber crimes against women, kids a major threat: Experts

Hindustan Times, Chandigarh | By Rajesh Moudgil, Panchkula
UPDATED ON JAN 11, 2020 04:44 PM IST
They were speaking on the concluding day of a two-day conference on “Safety of women and children” in Panchkula.
(HT File)
(HT File)

Rajasthan government to ban online games?

Jaipur | By Indo Asian News Service
PUBLISHED ON JUN 23, 2019 01:51 PM IST
“We have formed a health committee which will look into the issue and decide if any games can be banned. In fact, this committee shall also look into the issue of students going into depression in coaching centres and shall recommend necessary action.”
Nineteen people, including six college students, were arrested in Gujarat’s Rajkot city in the last two days for allegedly playing PUBG on their mobile phones despite a ban on it, officials said.
Nineteen people, including six college students, were arrested in Gujarat’s Rajkot city in the last two days for allegedly playing PUBG on their mobile phones despite a ban on it, officials said.

19 arrested in Gujarat’s Rajkot for playing banned mobile game PUBG

Hindustan Times, Rajkot | By HT Correspondents
PUBLISHED ON MAR 14, 2019 11:49 PM IST
Nineteen people, including six college students, were arrested in Gujarat’s Rajkot city in the last two days for allegedly playing PUBG on their mobile phones despite a ban on it, officials said.
In the past two years or so, there has been a spate of incidents involving children and the darker side of the Internet, be it pornography, cyber bullying, or online games such as the Blue Whale Challenge or the latest deadly online game, the Momo Challenge.(HT)
In the past two years or so, there has been a spate of incidents involving children and the darker side of the Internet, be it pornography, cyber bullying, or online games such as the Blue Whale Challenge or the latest deadly online game, the Momo Challenge.(HT)

The law must find ways to deal with online abuse of children

Hindustan Times | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON SEP 17, 2018 01:01 PM IST
Given the nature of the menace, only a collective effort of all stakeholders, including service providers, content providers, civil society and regulatory authorities, can help redress it. Young lives are at stake and there is no time to waste
PUBG is a huge hit as players can collaborate with their peers or pick anyone from around the world as their allies.(Pic for representation/HT)
PUBG is a huge hit as players can collaborate with their peers or pick anyone from around the world as their allies.(Pic for representation/HT)

PUBG craze takes city collegians by storm

Hindustan Times | By Musab Qazi, Mumbai
PUBLISHED ON SEP 02, 2018 11:24 PM IST
First released in December 2017, PUBG belongs to a new crop of video games known as ‘battle royale’ games that are won by last man standing
So far, the Momo Challenge has claimed two lives in the state. Manish Sarki (18) of Kurseong in Darjeeling district hanged himself on August 20, while Aditi Goyal (26), also from Kurseong, committed suicide the next day.(AFP/Picture for representation)
So far, the Momo Challenge has claimed two lives in the state. Manish Sarki (18) of Kurseong in Darjeeling district hanged himself on August 20, while Aditi Goyal (26), also from Kurseong, committed suicide the next day.(AFP/Picture for representation)

West Bengal CID asks people to contact them if they receive Momo Challenge invites

Kolkata/Burdwan | By Press Trust of India
PUBLISHED ON AUG 27, 2018 09:43 PM IST
Describing the Momo Challenge as “a new killer game on social media”, the CID advised parents not to allow their children to play this online game.
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