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India and China will hold another round of military talks on June 30 as border tensions in Eastern Ladakh continue. Meanwhile, the government has banned as many as 59 apps, mostly Chinese, including TikTok, UC Browser and WeChat citing security concerns. Stay with TOI for live updates.
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