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REVENGE? India BANS TIKTOK & 59 POPULAR Chinese APPS including Tik Tok

Darpan News Desk The Canadian Press, 29 Jun, 2020
  • REVENGE? India BANS TIKTOK & 59 POPULAR Chinese APPS including Tik Tok

The clock has ticked for TikTok users. India has retaliated against China with the border dispute and has banned 59 Chinese apps including the popular app Tik Tok in India. Find out what's next for you with TikTok banned.

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10 soldiers released by China after the worst clash in decades

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Escalating tensions on the disputed India-China border claims the lives of 20 Indian troops

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India, Australia sign historic agreement to help each others military bases

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