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China expresses concern over India’s ban on 59 Chinese apps

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A day after India banned 59 apps with Chinese links for engaging in activities which are “prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity” of the country, C
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China reacted to India's decision to ban 59 Chinese mobile applications. The Narendra Modi government banned the apps due to national security considerations. Beijing said that it was 'strongly concerned' over the move. The Jinping administration asked India to 'uphold legal rights of Chinese...

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