(ReliableNews.org) – Earlier this month, a deadly conflict between China and India left 20 Indian troops dead. Satellite images showed China is building new structures on the disputed land in the Galwan Valley and also building up its military presence. India isn’t taking the latest acts of aggression lying down, though.
On June 29, the Indian government announced it’s banning 59 Chinese mobile apps. According to the statement, the decision is a result of privacy and national security concerns.
One of the apps being banned in the country is the wildly popular TikTok. According to TechCrunch, India is the biggest overseas market for the video platform.
China seems to be on a mission to alienate the world. The communist government has enraged the US in recent months with its actions related to the COVID-19 pandemic and with spying. One has to wonder exactly what Beijing officials are thinking.
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