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Ashish Pandey
July 3, 2020
After 20 soldiers were killed in border clashes, India has resorted to what increasingly looks like a trade war with China, targeting Chinese companies and projects in India 


BusinessToday.In
July 3, 2020
About the clampdown on Chinese companies in India, China said that it will ensure that the rights of these companies are looked after


Prasanna Mohanty
July 1, 2020
Contrary to popular notion, stock markets have repeatedly demonstrated since the 1929 Great Depression that their performance is not really linked to macroeconomic and business fundamentals


Sushant Talwar
New Delhi, July 1, 2020
The new flagship series from Vivo consists of three phones, the Vivo X50, the Vivo X50 Pro, and the Vivo X50 Pro+.


BusinessToday.In
July 1, 2020
59 Chinese apps ban: Global Times said that the ban would hurt commercial interests of some Chinese companies but that India is in no position to \"cause harm to China's juggernaut economy\"


BusinessToday.In
June 30, 2020
Tensions between India and China have been high since the Galwan Valley incident on June 14, in which 20 Indian soldiers lost their lives. The anti-China sentiment has been growing with many politicians and public figures calling for the boycott of Chinese products


BusinessToday.In
June 30, 2020
The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology is coordinating with the department of telecommunication to create further road blocks for use of these apps in case of existing users


Ankita Chakravarti
New Delhi, June 30, 2020
Ever since the ban on 59 Chinese apps was announced by the Indian government, reports claiming that WhatsApp and PUBG are also banned in India started doing the rounds


Rukmini Rao
June 30, 2020
Recently having seen another social app 'Mitron' go viral in matter of days on the back of boycott China sentiment (and equally fall flat), 'mobile app' nationalism was an opportunity hard to pass, says Sumit


Manali | Mudit Kapoor
June 30, 2020
According to the app tracking platform Sensor Tower, with 611 million total downloads, India forms around a third of the video platform's base recording Rs 25 crore revenue for quarter-ended December 2019


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 30, 2020
PM Modi speech today: During his Sunday Mann ki Baat address, the Prime Minister had said that a befitting reply has been given to those eyeing Indian territories


Ankita Chakravarti
New Delhi, June 30, 2020
The government of India has imposed a ban on 59 apps that were made by Chinese companies. Some immensely popular apps including TikTok, UC browser, CamScanner, and others were banned completely in India


Shubham Verma
Kanpur, June 29, 2020
The Indian government has banned 59 Chinese apps in India effective immediately. Google and Apple are yet to remove the apps from their app stores.


Joe C Mathew
June 29, 2020
The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) had recently called e-commerce companies like Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal and Paytm Mall, etc. to discuss displaying the 'country of origin' of the products on their platforms


BusinessToday.In
June 29, 2020
Chingari is gaining popularity with many directly comparing the app to TikTok. The app has been launched at a time when anti-China sentiments are high in the country. Many users have started uninstalling TikTok


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 29, 2020
This was figured out because of a new feature in Apple iOS 14's beta version, which sends notifications to users whenever an app is found accessing user's data


BusinessToday.In
June 29, 2020
The industry members said that if the import clearances are not cleared on priority, then it will be a challenge to maintain 90-100 per cent production. The supply chain might also get \"completely diluted\" as a result


BusinessToday.In
June 28, 2020
Stock market update for upcoming week: Share market is currently up 38 per cent from the lows of March


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 28, 2020
The growing clamour to boycott Chinese products has taken a toll on small businesses. Mobile phone shops  are already feeling the heat. Business has gone down by 40-50 per cent ever since the India -China border tensions erupted. Consumers are now  giving preference to products made in  India over Chinese products. Watch the video for more.Unlock 1.0: FPIs pump in Rs 21,235 crore in June after 3-month selling streak


BusinessToday.In
June 27, 2020
In the beta version of iOS 14, a feature sends an alert to the user letting him know if an app is pasting from the clipboard


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