India temporarily suspends flights from the United Kingdom amidst concerns over spread of a more-infectious strain of the coronavirus
The United Kingdom had earlier announced that it had detected a more-infectious, mutated version of the Wuhan coronavirus
India bans 43 more mobile apps, including one by Chinese Alibaba, totalling 220 so far since June: List of the 43 apps
Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has issued an order to ban access to 43 mobile apps under Section 69A of IT Act
Maharashtra: Uddhav Thackeray government blocks CBI from investigating cases in the state, withdraws general consent
The Maharashtra government on Wednesday passed an order withdrawing its consent for the CBI to probe cases in the state
South Korean firm PUBG removes Chinese Tencent games from the Indian Franchise, says it respects Indian govt’s security concerns
India had recently banned popular game app PUBG by China's Tencent Games. PUBG owner South Korean firm eager to make amends and remove the Chinese company from publishing.
Assamese TV serial ‘Begum Jaan’ banned temporarily for 2 months after Hindu groups accuse it of promoting ‘Love Jihad’
The Assamese serial Begm Jaan has been facing protests from Hindu groups since its first telecast on Rengoni channel in July
In his executive order, Donald Trump also cited the example of India and the 'digital strike' carried out on 59 Chinese apps in June this year.
US bans Pakistan’s national carrier PIA for 6 months after the revelation that 30% Pakistani pilots have fake licenses
After fake pilot licence controversy in Pakistan, US bans PIA flights for 6 months over serious concerns to aviation safety
Following India’s ban on Chinese apps, VPN services offering access to banned apps start promotion on social media
Dubious VPN services offering to provide access to Chinese apps banned by India govt have surfaced on the Internet
Killer TikTok: How teens used the app to post suicide videos, film killer stunts and glorify antisocial behaviour
TIkTok has been banned by the Government of India along with 58 other other apps for posing a threat to national security.
‘Social media literacy is national security’: US Chief of Naval Operations raises privacy concerns over Chinese app TikTok
Raising apprehensions on the privacy of the Chinese app users, the US Navy Chief of Information stated that one needn't be a think tank expert to understand how important it has always been for the Chinese government to have control over information.
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