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PTI
April 6, 2021
An Indian tax intelligence agency in mid-March ordered HSBC and Citibank in Mumbai to freeze accounts of ByteDance India as it probed some of the firm's financial dealings. ByteDance challenged the move in court


Reuters
April 4, 2021
ByteDance in January reduced its Indian workforce after New Delhi maintained a ban on its popular video app TikTok, imposed last year after a border clash between India and China


Reuters
March 30, 2021
ByteDance in January cut its India workforce after New Delhi decided to retain a ban on its popular video app TikTok, first prohibited last year following a border clash between India and China


BusinessToday.In
March 9, 2021
Since it's a trial-based feature, if a creator opts for the experience, their Reel will be shown as recommended content to anyone on Facebook based on what may be relevant to them


BusinessToday.In
February 16, 2021
Indian apps are dominating the market by leveraging this opportunity with 39% install volume in 2020 in the country


BusinessToday.In
February 13, 2021
Glance's parent company InMobi Pte owns short-video app Roposo that has gained popularity in India after central government banned TikTok in July last year


Reuters
January 28, 2021
China has sought clarifications from Indian authorities on the ban, the spokesman, Gao Feng, told an online briefing, adding that it hoped the two countries could meet halfway to create an open and equal business environment


Rashi Bisaria
New Delhi, January 28, 2021
Aditya Birla Fashion buys 51% stake in Sabyasachi for Rs 398 crore Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail Limited (ABFRL) has signed a definitive agreement to buy 51 per cent stake in designer brand Sabyasachi for Rs 398 crore. The deal is expected to be closed in late-February or mid-March, the company said in a regulatory filing. Meanwhile, the ABFRL platform will complement brand Sabyasachi on its journey to becoming a global luxury house out of India Reliance signs $15 million deal with Isra...


Nidhi Singal
January 27, 2021
\"It's unfortunate for the layoff. None of the companies or founder wish so for his or her employee. We will hire some of the potential talent,\" says Aditya Kothari, Co-Founder & Chief Strategist, Chingari


Nidhi Singal
January 27, 2021
TikTok ban: The company said that while initially it had hoped that this situation would be short lived, and would be resolved quickly, it wasn't the case


Rukmini Rao
January 27, 2021
ByteDance has wrapped up entire sales teams and retained only those on critical/international projects. Affected employees who have lost their jobs are being paid 5 months' severance


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, January 26, 2021
Following the temporary app ban dated June 29, 2020, the government of India has issued a notice to TikTok on the permanent ban of the app in the country; Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday called for global cooperation among countries and multilateralism to tackle the challenges faced by the world; The central government on Monday approved a proposal to levy a 'Green Tax' on old vehicles that are considered polluting to the environment. Watch this and more on News Blast.


Rashi Bisaria
New Delhi, January 26, 2021
India bans TikTok permanently; app evaluates notice Following the temporary app ban dated June 29, 2020, the government of India has issued a notice to TikTok on the permanent ban of the app in the country. Along with TikTok, the government has issued a similar permeant ban notice to 177 Chinese apps which were banned earlier, says sources. Conversely, one of the banned Chinese app has been unblocked. WEF 2021: Jinping calls for global cooperation, says strong should not bully the weak ...


Nidhi Singal
January 25, 2021
\"We are evaluating the notice and will respond to it as appropriate... Ensuring the privacy and security of all our users remains to be our topmost priority,\" says a TikTok spokesperson


BusinessToday.In
December 25, 2020
Some argue that those using banned Chinese apps illegally can face legal consequences but the government has cleared the air, saying there is no penalty or punishment such individuals


BusinessToday.In
December 16, 2020
PUBG's Battle Royale has managed to outshine all other mobile games despite facing difficulties in the Indian market where it was banned


Akarsh Verma
New Delhi, December 8, 2020
China has removed 105 apps from its app stores as part of what it calls a \"campaign to get rid of content related to pornography, prostitution, gambling, and violence.\"


BusinessToday.In
December 8, 2020
Surveyors from Nepal had measured the peak back in 2019, with Chinese surveyors also scaling the mountain in 2020. The unanimous agreement on the current figure was based on these readings. 


BusinessToday.In
December 8, 2020
The apps violated one or more of three cyber laws, without furnishing details for each app, the Cyberspace Administration of China said in a statement on Tuesday, December 8


Reuters
December 5, 2020
The Trump administration contends TikTok poses national security concerns as the personal data of U.S. users could be obtained by China's government


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