59 Chinese apps banned in India

The Centre has blocked fifty nine apps with Chinese links that covered the hugely popular TikTok, WeChat and UC Browser, amid a big financial backlash towards China following the June 15 clashes at Ladakh in which 20 Indian soldiers died in action. Sources said inputs from intelligence businesses recommended that the apps were violating the phrases of usage, compromising users privacy, and being used as adware or malware. Within minutes of the announcement, the Indian government's TikTok account MyGov, which had 1.1 milliorn followers, changed into disabled.


The circulate comes an afternoon after Prime Minister Narendra Modi said India has given a "befitting response" to China. He also stated the national call for boycott of Chinese goods, juxtaposing it towards the government's "Atma Nirbhar Bharat" campaign.


In a declaration this evening, the government stated the apps were blocked "in view of information available they're engaged in sports that is prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, safety of nation and public order

The announcement from the Ministry of Electronics and Information and Technology stated it had obtained an "exhaustive recommendation" from the Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre and the Ministry of Home Affairs.


The ministry said it additionally received representations from human beings on "protection of data and danger to privacy" concerning positive apps.

The compilation of those statistics, its mining and profiling by elements antagonistic to national security and defence of India, which in the end impinges upon the sovereignty and integrity of India, is an issue of very deep and on the spot problem which requires emergency measures. At the same time, there have been raging issues on factors concerning to records security and safeguarding the privacy of one hundred thirty crore Indians," stated the release.


The pass comes amid a countrywide call from investors and civil society to boycott Chinese services and products after the June 15 clashes. The authorities had chipped in with a bar on Chinese equipment for the 4G upgradation of the state-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd and sacking of a Chinese company that had a Rs 471-crore railways contract.

Last week, the authorities also made the mention of the "Country of Origin" obligatory for sellers listing their products within the Government e-Marketplace -- a circulate that's predicted to add to the odds in opposition to Chinese products. E-commerce corporations which includes Amazon and Flipkart, have determined to follow suit.


Experts counseled that the ban on apps is a major blow to China's Digital Silk Route ambitions, eroding millions of dollars from valuation of its businesses. This may want to also result in more countries following India's path in acting towards these Apps.

The Modi government indicates its fantastic solve and dexterity of enticing China on a couple of fronts and hitting China in which it hurts the most," said a celebration source.

Apps liste here :

1. TikTok
2. Shareit
3. Kwai
4. UC Browser
5. Baidu map
6. Shein
7. Clash of Kings
8. DU battery saver
9. Helo
10. Likee
11. YouCam makeup
12. Mi Community
13. CM Browers
14. Virus Cleaner
15. APUS Browser
16. ROMWE
17. Club Factory
18. Newsdog
19. Beutry Plus
20. WeChat
21. UC News
22. QQ Mail
23. Weibo
24. Xender
25. QQ Music
26. QQ Newsfeed
27. Bigo Live
28. SelfieCity
29. Mail Master
30. Parallel Space
31. Mi Video Call — Xiaomi
32. WeSync
33. ES File Explorer
34. Viva Video — QU Video Inc
35. Meitu
36. Vigo Video
37. New Video Status
38. DU Recorder
39. Vault- Hide
40. Cache Cleaner DU App studio
41. DU Cleaner
42. DU Browser
43. Hago Play With New Friends
44. Cam Scanner
45. Clean Master - Cheetah Mobile
46. Wonder Camera
47. Photo Wonder
48. QQ Player
49. We Meet
50. Sweet Selfie
51. Baidu Translate
52. Vmate
53. QQ International
54. QQ Security Center
55. QQ Launcher
56. U Video
57. V fly Status Video
58. Mobile Legends
59. DU Privacy


59 Chinese app banned in India



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