Ban on Chinese apps: Why PUBG, Call of Duty not banned?

Credit: Mid-Day- Published on July 2, 2020
The recent ban by the Indian government on 59 Chinese apps in India has raised several questions on the Internet. Out of the 59 banned apps, some popular ones included apps like TikTok, ShareIt, UC browser, and Cam Scanner.

However, the biggest question doing the rounds is why PUBG (PlayerUnknownโ€™s Battlegrounds) or the Call...

Video credit: HT Digital Content
Published on June 30, 2020 -  01:51
Chinese apps banned: Alternatives to TikTok, CamScanner, ES File Explorer
Modi government on Monday evening banned 59 Chinese apps including popular ones like TikTok, CamScanner, ES File Explorer etc. This comes against the backdrop of tensions between India and China after 20 Indian soldiers were killed in Ladakh on June 15. What are the alternatives to banned mobile apps? Watch the video to know more apps that you can use instead of TikTok, CamScanner etc.

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