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China slams apps ban; Xi asks PLA to be battle-ready

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 25 November 2020
Reacting to India's ban on 43 more Chinese Apps, Beijing on Wednesday said it firmly opposed New Delhi using national security as an excuse even as President Xi Jinping told the armed forces to strengthen training under real combat conditions and raise the capability of winning wars during a meeting of the Central Military Commission.
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