"due to" vs "owing to"

Please can anyone tell me the rule of using these phrase

due to , because of , owing to, on account of etc.

I have heard that " due to" cannot be used in the beginning of a sentence.
We should use “Owing to” inspite of it. I want to know that can we use “owing to”
in the middle of a sentence or we are bound to use it in the beginning always?

Hi Nageen

Perhaps you’ll find this information about the usage of “due to” interesting:
bartleby.com/61/61/D0416100.html
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“I want to know that can we use “owing to” in the middle of a sentence or we are bound to use it in the beginning always?”

You can use it in other places in the sentence.

e.g.

-There is, in fact, all kinds of reason to believe that they will be there, but they can’t be there with troops owing to a constitution that the United States imposed upon them.
-He was quite bald, yet, owing to the bushiness of his eyebrows, the thick black hair on the backs of…
-Steve Bauer’s home electronics business is booming, he says, largely owing to its location halfway between Silicon Valley and San Francisco.
-we are about to enter a recession, it will be in large part owing to regulatory overreaction to criticism of the laissez-faire forces symbolized by Michael Milken