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Why India has banned 59 Chinese apps

IndiaTimes Monday, 29 June 2020 ()
The government of India on Monday banned about 59 mobile apps including Tik Tok, UC Browser and some other apps terming them to be prejudicial to the sovereignty, integrity, security of state and public order.
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After the centre banned 59 Chinese mobile apps including TikTok, China on June 30 said that while they want Chinese businesses to follow local rules of respective countries, the Indian government has a responsibility to uphold the legal rights of international investors including Chinese ones. "We...

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