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Twitter's explanation on showing Ladakh as part of China inadequate: Joint parliamentary panel chairperson

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 28 October 2020
"The committee was unanimous in its opinion that Twitter's explanation on showing Ladakh as part of China was inadequate," committee chairman Meenakshi Lekhi said. Representatives of Twitter appeared before the joint committee of parliament on Data Protection Bill, 2019 and were questioned by the members on showing Ladakh as part of China.
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