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Sushant Talwar
New Delhi, September 2, 2020
The government of India has now banned 118 new apps, in addition to the ones that it had announced a ban on earlier. Of these apps, PUBG Mobile is one of the biggest names to stand out.


BusinessToday.In
September 2, 2020
The government's ban on PUBG has received a mixed reaction from Twitter users. While some netizens are happy that the online game has been banned, fans of the game are understandably not in a good mood


Nidhi Singal
September 2, 2020
There has been a strong chorus in the public space to take strict action against apps that harm India's sovereignty as well as the privacy of our citizens, MeitY said in its statement


BusinessToday.In
September 2, 2020
The government on Wednesday banned online game PUBG in India. The app is amongst 118 Chinese applications banned by the Centre


Sumant Banerji
August 31, 2020
Most Chinese companies operating in India believe the brewing anti-China sentiment won't impact their long-term objectives in Indian market


BusinessToday.In
August 30, 2020
Major companies such as Flipkart, Paytm.com, Swiggy, Ola, Oyo Rooms, Zomato, Policybazaar, BigBasket, Delhivery, Dream11, Hike, Snapdeal, Udaan, Lenskart.com, Byju's and Urban Ladder, MobiKwik, Vedantu, Zoomcar, Quikr and many others have benefitted from Chinese investments, says CAIT 


BusinessToday.In
August 28, 2020
Lijan said that a Weibo survey showed that around 95 per cent of respondents would ditch their iPhone if WeChat is added to the US blacklist


Reuters
August 28, 2020
Southeast Asia offers a clear view of the global strategy ByteDance is implementing to avoid crackdowns in other regions that influencers like Saputra now fear


Reuters
August 28, 2020
The sale of TikTok is happening as the company is under fire from the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump as a potential national security risk due to the vast amount of private data the app is compiling on U.S. consumers


BusinessToday.In
August 25, 2020
\"In one of our businesses, 65% of turnover came from Chinese imports. In the last 2 months we have already brought it down to 35%,\" said Goenka


BusinessToday.In
August 18, 2020
Traders' body says this is second instance when a Chinese bank is trying to make inroads into Indian banking system after People's Bank of China announced investment in HDFC in March


BusinessToday.In
August 17, 2020
After selling stake in Jio Platforms to global tech giants and other big investors, he's now eyeing multiple takeovers in tech and consumer business space


Rukmini Rao
August 17, 2020
The focus will be on early stage start-ups largely pre-seed, seed and a few at Series A with ample capacity to follow on, said Salone Sehgal, partner at Lumikai


BusinessToday.In
August 17, 2020
RIL could peg deal with Urban Ladder at around $30 million; Milkbasket is also negotiating its valuation the Ambani company, suggest reports


BusinessToday.In
August 14, 2020
Shares of index heavyweight Reliance Industries jumped 1.6% on Friday's session to hit an intraday high of Rs 2,156.50 on BSE against the last closing value of Rs 2,122.30. Currently, the shares trade 2.6% away from 52-week high of Rs 2198.7


Yasmin Ahmed
New Delhi, August 13, 2020
As per a report, ByteDance and Reliance are in the early stages of discussion.


Reuters
August 13, 2020
The Indian government in June banned 59 Chinese apps, including TikTok and WeChat, for threatening its \"sovereignty and integrity\" after border tensions with China


BusinessToday.In
August 13, 2020
Investment in TikTok by India's biggest oil-to-retail conglomerate could not only save its fate in one of its biggest online markets but also provide Mukesh Ambani-led RIL deeper connections with its customers


Yasmin Ahmed
New Delhi, August 12, 2020
TikTok parent company ByteDance has stopped hiring in India amid uncertainty.


BusinessToday.In
August 10, 2020
The survey further said that 90 per cent of the respondents were in favour of banning Chinese products in India


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