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India’s latest ban of Chinese games like PUBG Mobile opens door to home-grown alternatives, experts say
HONG KONG, Sept 5 (SMP): Almost a third of the Chinese mobile apps affected by India’s latest ban were games, such as PUBG Mobile and Arena of ValorThis will open up opportunities for Western or Indian home-grown apps to fill the void, analysts say
EMERGING markets will exit the coronavirus pandemic with a heavy fiscal load. Many will see their public debt balloon; some will also have to carry a bigger interest burden. A smaller group may need costly repairs to broken banks.
SoftBank Group Corp is exploring assembling a group of bidders for TikTok’s India assets and has been actively looking for local partners, according to people familiar with the matter.
Facebook Inc has banned a member of India's ruling party for violating its policies covering violence and hate.
China Daily contributer Han Hua says that the priority for China and India both is still economic development, and they need a peaceful neighbourhood to facilitate development.
Twitter confirmed on Sept 3 that an account of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's personal website was hacked with a series of tweets asking its followers to donate to a relief fund through cryptocurrency.
NEW DELHI (Bloomberg): India triggered the latest clash with China on their Himalayan border by executing a stealth night-time operation to claim strategic outposts offering a clear view of troop movements in disputed territory, according to Indian officials with knowledge of the matter.
BENGALURU: Twitter confirmed on Thursday that an account of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's personal website was hacked with a series of tweets asking its followers to donate to a relief fund through cryptocurrency.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - A regional party governing India's West Bengal state has accused Facebook Inc of bias towards Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), adding to the clamour of opposition voices which have called out the social media giant for its content regulation practices.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's novel coronavirus infections rose to almost 3.8 million on Wednesday, as states continued to relax rules on movement despite the surge in cases.