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Chinese apps banned: Twitterati celebrate TikTok ban, PUBG players heave a sigh of relief

Mid-Day Tuesday, 30 June 2020 ()
A day after the Indian government banned apps like TikTok, WeChat, UC Browser and Xiaomi’s Mi Community over national security concerns, Twitter erupted with mixed reactions. On Monday, the government had banned 59 Chinese apps.



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