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The Indian government has banned 43 more apps after taking action against Chinese apps. The central government has banned 43 apps used by Indian users under Section 69A.

The government had received complaints about the apps, saying they could pose a threat to Indian security and law and order. After which the government closed these 43 apps as a precaution.

Measures: Central government bans 43 more mobile apps, including 14 dating apps and most Chinese.

The central government on Tuesday put a ban on 43 mobile apps. The Center has placed this ban as per Information Technology Act 69A. The Center said that the app is engaged in activities that endanger the unity, integrity and security of the country.

The center took action against various apps 4 times

The government first banned 59 Chinese apps on June 29, citing the same reason. The decision was taken after the Galvan clash.

Then on July 27 also banned on the 47 app. The government has taken this decision after rising tensions in Ladakh and attempts by Chinese troops to infiltrate.

Banned 118 apps, including Pubji, on September 2nd. Pubji has been downloaded by over 17.5 crore people.

Today, 43 mobile apps have been banned again.  It has been described as a threat to the security and integrity of the country.

 These 43 apps have been banned

 1. Ali suppliers

 2. Ali Baba workbench

 3. Ali Express-Smarter Shopping, Better Living

 4. Alipe Cashier

 5. Lalamov India-Delivery App

 6. Drive with Lalamov India

 7. Scan video

 8. Camcard-Business Card Reader

 9. Cam Card - BCR (Western)

 10. Soul-Follow the Soul to Find You

 11. Chinese Social-Free Online Dating Video App & Chat

 12. Date in Asia-Dating and Chat for Asian Singles

 13. Widget- Dating App

 14. Free Dating App-Single, Start Your Date!

 15. Ador App

 16. TrulyChinese-Chinese Dating App

 17. Truly Asian-AsianDating App

 18. ChinaLove: Dating app for Chinese singles

 19. Date My Age: Chat, Meet, Date Mature Singles Online

 20. Asian Date: Find Asian Singles

 21. Flirt about chat with singles

 22. Guys Only Dating: Gay Chat

 23. Tubit: Live Streams

 24. V Work China

 25. First Love Live- Super Hot Live Beauties Live Online

 26. Rella-lesbian social network

 27. Cashier Wallet

 28. Mango TV

 29. MGTV-Human TV Official TV App

 30. VTV-TV version

 31. VTV-Sidrama, K Drama and more

 32. VTV Light

 33. Lucky Live-Live Video Streaming App

 34. Taobao Live

 35. Kingtalk

 36. Identity v

 37.  Iceland 2: Ashes of Time

 38. Boxstar (Early Access)

 39. Heroes Evolved

 40. Happy Fish

 41. Jellypop Match-Decorate Your Dream Iceland!

 42. Manchkin Match: Magic Home Building

 43. Conquista Online-II

 267 apps have been banned in 148 days

 A scuffle broke out in Galwan on June 15.  The government banned Chinese apps for the first time to send a strong message to China and put pressure on it.  Since then, 267 apps have been banned in 148 days and most of them are Chinese.

 Trump also banned Chinese apps, but did not specify the status to Byrd

 In the US, the Trump administration banned Chinese apps such as WeChat and TikTok on September 18.  The rule came into force on September 20 and the apps were completely shut down on November 12, although a case is pending in court.  The Trump administration also tried in October to keep the ban in place.  However, after the election, Biden, who was elected president, did not elaborate on his stance on the issue.

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