India bans another 43 Chinese apps; check full list here
24-11-2020 Tue 20:43
Government of India has blocked the usage of 43 Chinese mobile apps on Tuesday. Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology took the decision under section 69A of the Information Technology Act. It has prevented the Apps from accessing by users in India.
AliSuppliers Mobile App, Alibaba Workbench, AliExpress - Smarter Shopping, Better Living, Alipay Cashier, Lalamove India - Delivery App, Drive with Lalamove India, Snack Video, CamCard - Business Card Reader etc are some of the apps among others which are banned.
The said move took place after escalating tensions between India and China.
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