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PUBG Mobile videogame maker Tencent to engage with Indian authorities to ensure availability of apps

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The Indian government banned PUBG citing a threat to India's sovereignty and security.
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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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Minor girl gang-raped in Bhopal, had become friends with accused through PUBG: Police [Video]

Minor girl gang-raped in Bhopal, had become friends with accused through PUBG: Police

A 14-year-old girl was allegedly gang-raped by three men in Bhopal, police said, adding that the victim had become friends with accused while playing PUBG (mobile game app). "All three have been arrested. FIR has been registered and further investigation is underway," said Ashoka Garden Police Station's SHO Ashok Srivastava.

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