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Indian social media platform ShareChat eyeing to raise $200 million from Chinese tech giant Tencent

ShareChat is reportedly aiming at raising $200 million from Chinese technology giant Tencent via optionally convertible debentures

How Modi govt raced against time to crack down on Chinese apps amid China’s aggression in Ladakh

On 29th June 2020, amid the Ladakh standoff, the Government of India blocked access to 59 mobile apps including TikTok over security and privacy concerns.

Teenage boy raped and killed, four youths shot dead – Pakistan grapples with PUBG and TikTok

Both the cases of murders in Pakistan have links to the mobile app PUBG and TikTok, which were banned in India last year

India bans TikTok, WeChat and 57 other Chinese apps permanently

Unsatisfied by the response given by these companies to notices issued in June last year, Govt of India permanently bans 59 Chinese apps

Trump administration set to add dozens of new Chinese companies to its trade blacklist, chipmaker SMIC to be one of the new entrants

President Donald Trump plans several new hard-line moves against China in the remaining weeks of his term

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

Default weather apps in Chinese phones refuse to show weather info about Indian territories like Arunachal and Ladakh that China claims to be ‘disputed’

While third part apps display weather data for Arunachal and Ladakh, the same is blocked in default apps in Chinese phones

Kaagaz Scanner: The India-made document scanner app that was praised by PM Modi in his Mann Ki Baat

Kaagaz Scanner – A mobile app to scan documents, lauded by PM Modi in Mann Ki Baat

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.

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