India's move to ban a total of 59 Chinese apps last month June 29 , has shocked everyone around the world. The step was taken after the Indian Intelligence agencies suggested the list of the app due to the border tensions between India and China. This had opened up several opportunities for entrepreneurs, app developers and more to enter the market. The window liberated these people when TikTok, which was one of the most used apps in India, was listed in the list of 59 banned Chinese apps. Since then, many TikTok alternatives have emerged to grab a hold in the saturated market.
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India and China are set to hold another round of military talks on the border dispute focusing first on disengagement in Galwan region followed by moving troops back at least a kilometre on both sides. The agenda also includes putting a moratorium on patrolling in the region by both countries. Earlier discussions have been held on the Lieutenant-General level of the military leadership. India and China's border tension peaked last month after a violent clash in the Galwan region, where 20 soldiers of the Indian forces were martyred, while casualties on the Chinese side are not disclosed.
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