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India bans 43 new Chinese apps including Ali Express



The Indian government, earlier today, announced its decision to ban as many as 43 Chinese apps that it claims affect the ‘sovereignty and integrity of India’. This is the fourth wave of ban against Chinese apps. Previously, the country banned several apps – including popular apps like TikTok and PUBG: Mobile in three separate waves. Among the most popular apps that finds itself in the banned list is e-commerce platform AliExpress.

According to a press release by the Government of India, they have banned the latest set of apps under Section 69A of the nation’s IT Act. The Indian government affirms that these apps were “engaging in activities prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India”. The press release goes on to add that the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has issued the order for blocking the access of these apps after they received “comprehensive reports” from Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Center, Ministry of Home Affairs.

Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, GoI (@GoI_MeitY) issued an order today under section 69A of the Information Technology Act blocking access to 43 mobile apps in India.

More details – https://t.co/[email protected]_India @MeityPib @rsprasad @SanjayDhotreMP

— Ministry of Electronics & IT (@GoI_MeitY)
November 24, 2020

For those unaware, the first wave of this ban on Chinese-origin apps began on July 27, 2020, when the country banned a total of 59 apps. A month later, on July 27, 47 other apps were added to the blocklist. On September 2, 2020, a fresh batch of 118 apps were banned. In the latest wave, the number of apps banned stands at 43. In all, the country has banned a total of 267 Chinese or Chinese-origin apps since June 2020. 

Although traditional rivals, both the countries have had a relatively long period of peaceful relationship until the Doklam crisis in 2017 led to increasing mistrust between the two giant nations. 2020 saw the worst escalation since the 1960s after several Indian and Chinese soldiers were killed on the highly contested Aksai Chin border. 

Here’s the complete list of 43 apps that the Government of India has banned effective November 24, 2020.

AliSuppliers Mobile App
Alibaba Workbench
AliExpress – Smarter Shopping, Better Living
Alipay Cashier
Lalamove India – Delivery App
Drive with Lalamove India
Snack Video
CamCard – Business Card Reader
CamCard – BCR (Western)
Soul- Follow the soul to find you
Chinese Social – Free Online Dating Video App & Chat
Date in Asia – Dating & Chat For Asian Singles
WeDate-Dating App
Free dating app-Singol, start your date!
Adore App
TrulyChinese – Chinese Dating App
TrulyAsian – Asian Dating App
ChinaLove: dating app for Chinese singles
DateMyAge: Chat, Meet, Date Mature Singles Online
AsianDate: find Asian singles
FlirtWish: chat with singles
Guys Only Dating: Gay Chat
Tubit: Live Streams
WeWorkChina
First Love Live- super hot live beauties live online
Rela – Lesbian Social Network
Cashier Wallet
MangoTV
MGTV-HunanTV official TV APP
WeTV – TV version
WeTV – Cdrama, Kdrama&More
WeTV Lite
Lucky Live-Live Video Streaming App
Taobao Live
DingTalk
Identity V
Isoland 2: Ashes of Time
BoxStar (Early Access)
Heroes Evolved
Happy Fish
Jellipop Match-Decorate your dream island!
Munchkin Match: magic home building
Conquista Online II
 



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