India bans 118 more apps which also include PUBG

PUBG

In a familiar power flex by the Indian government, PUBG along with several other Chinese apps lose Indian markets. On Wednesday, in the aftermath of conspicuous activity on the border that spark fresh friction between India and China, the Indian government decides to axe yet another set of apps, including the widely popular game PUBG. A total of 118 apps got axed by the Indian government as the Ministry of Information and Technology banned decided to ban them. The banned mobile applications are prejudicial to the sovereignty, integrity, defence of…

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India China to meet on Ladakh stand-off tomorrow regarding the pullback expedition.

Indian Army

India and China have been locking horns at the borders for over a month now, and during times like these, this does not seem to be such a good thing to focus national attention towards. In order to expedite a pullback on the borders, India and China will discuss on Friday. This discussion will be around ways to build on the disengagement process – a process started this week after National Security Advisor Ajit Doval conversed with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi.  Friday’s meeting will be of the Working Mechanism…

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