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India bans 118 Chinese apps in new backlash over border dispute

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India bans 118 Chinese apps in new backlash over border disputeIndia on Wednesday banned 118 more Chinese apps as the backlash intensified against Beijing over an increasingly bitter border showdown between the giant neighbors. The government said the apps -- including the popular video game PUBG and other services provided by Chinese internet giant Tencent -- promoted activities "prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defense of India, security of state and public order". India and China, which fought a border war in 1962, have been embroiled in a series of...
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Chinese apps banned | India axes PUBG, 118 more Chinese apps | Oneindia news 01:15

In a big move, India has banned at least 118 more Chinese apps. This comes in the backdrop of the hostilities at the border in Ladakh where PLA troops tried to transgress into Indian territory but were thwarted by Indian soldiers. According to the govt, these apps threatened Indian security &...

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