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Dipak Mondal
December 11, 2020
The ED has initiated investigation under PMLA against two Chinese firms - Linkyun Technology Private Limited and Dokypay Pvt Ltd - and others based on a FIR registered by Hyderabad CCS Police


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


BusinessToday.In
December 5, 2020
FAUG mobile game: The number of pre-registrations of PUBG's rival has crossed the one million-mark and is set to increase in the coming days


Manali
December 3, 2020
Paytm and China's Ant Group have categorically refuted reports of the latter considering a stake sale in the Indian payments startup


BusinessToday.In
December 3, 2020
Wikipedia India map: The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEiTY) has asked the online encyclopaedia to remove the link from its platform under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act


Reuters
December 2, 2020
Indian start-ups are heavily funded by Chinese investors such as Alibaba and Tencent. Bankers have previously said they were looking to bolster their presence in the country with an aim to grow their revenue outside China.


BusinessToday.In
December 2, 2020
The US-China Economic and Security Review Commission has told the US Congress that several weeks prior to the clash, Chinese Defence Minister Wei made his statement encouraging China to 'use fighting to promote stability'


Anup Jayaram
December 2, 2020
Recently, the government used the provisions of Article 69A to block access to 43 applications of Chinese origin, including the likes of AliExpress, Alipay Cashier and CamCard


Shubham Verma
Kanpur, November 30, 2020
FAU-G, short for Fearless and United Guards, is now available for pre-registration on the Google Play Store.


Nidhi Singal
November 26, 2020
Founded in 2013, Lalamove entered the Indian market in December 2018 and launched services in 2019. Registered as Lalamove (India) Private Limited, the company claimed to have specialised in end-to-end logistical solutions


BusinessToday.In
November 26, 2020
According to reports, the Centre has already approved the official registration of the mobile game in India. This means that PUBG Mobile India is now a registered company as per the rules and regulations laid down by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, November 26, 2020
A day after the Government of India blocked 43 Chinese mobile apps, China through its embassy in India said it opposes \"repeated use of national security as an excuse\" to ban mobile apps with Chinese background. On Tuesday, India blocked another batch of 43 Chinese mobile apps, including Alibaba Group Holding's e-commerce app AliExpress, in a fresh wave of web sanctions amid its border standoff with China. The banned applications, which include a few dating apps, were a threat to the \"sovereignty and integrity of India\", said an official government statement. Watch the video for more.


Reuters
November 25, 2020
Applications to the quality control agency, the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), typically used to be processed within 15 days, but some are now taking up to two months or longer


Reuters
New Delhi, November 25, 2020
BIS started delaying approvals in August for China-made imports of devices like smartphones, smartwatches and laptops, part of the fallout from deteriorating ties with China.


BusinessToday.In
November 25, 2020
 A few days back PUBG alluded towards a possible launch of the Indian version of the game. According to updates, India pre-registrations for PUBG are now live on the Tap Tap app.


Manoj Sharma
November 25, 2020
Despite significant Chinese investment in Paytm, founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma has been vocal about his support for ban on apps from neighbouring country. He was among first ones to laud government's decision to ban 59 Chinese apps back in June


BusinessToday.In
November 25, 2020
Hope India provides fair, impartial and non-discriminatory business environment for all market players and rectifies discriminatory practices, says Chinese spokesperson


Vivek Punj
New Delhi, November 25, 2020
Ali Express, AliPay, CamCard among 43 Chinese apps banned India on Tuesday banned 43 Chinese mobile apps, under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act. The government said the apps engaged in activities \"prejudicial to India's sovereignty, integrity, defence, security, and public order.\" The list of banned apps include AliExpress, AliSuppliers, Lalamove India, Mango TV amongst others.Russia's Sputnik V shows 90% efficacy against COVID-19; to be priced under $20Russia has claimed...


Nidhi Singal
November 25, 2020
The lack of well-defined parameters as opposed to an elastic definition could cause hurt India's credibility as an investment destination for foreign technology companies, in a manner akin to how the vague definition of 'public policy' was earlier used to resist enforcement of foreign arbitral awards


Reuters
November 24, 2020
Brent crude rose 51 cents, or 1.1%, to $46.57 a barrel by 1322 GMT and hit a session high of $46.72, its highest since March 6. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude gained 63 cents, or 1.5%, to $43.69


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