India banned dozens of applications in chinese after a confrontation between the murderer to the border – the National


India has banned Monday, 59 applications with links chinese, saying their activities threaten the sovereignty, defence and security of the country.The decision of India comes at a time when its troops are involved in a tense standoff with chinese troops in eastern Ladakh, in the Himalayas, which began last month. India has lost 20 soldiers during a clash on 15 June.

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Prohibited applications include TikTok, UC Browser, WeChat and Bigo Live, as well as e-commerce platforms, Club Factory, and Shein, which are used in mobile and non-mobile connected to the Internet, according to a statement from the government.

He said that the data security and the protection of the private life of 1.3 billion Indians were gathering more of the concerns. The government said that such concerns threatened also the sovereignty and security of the country.

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The tensions in the sino-indian border become deadly

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“The ministry of information Technology has received numerous complaints from various sources, including several reports on the abuse of some mobile applications available on the platforms Android and iOS for having stolen and transmitted surreptitiously from the data user is not allowed to servers that have locations outside of India,” said the statement.

The compilation of these data, their extraction and profiling by elements hostile to the national security and defence of India were “a very profound and immediate that requires emergency measures,” the statement said.

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