- Special court orders FIR against ex-minister Shourie for Udaipur hotel sale
- SAD ready to sacrifice for farmers, will decide on NDA later: Sukhbir
- Odisha seeks Rs 1,100 cr assistance from govt for damage caused by floods
- TMC, Congress, few other parties oppose agriculture sector reform bills
- Taxation bill not introduced in LS as finance minister not present
- Income Tax Appellate Tribunal disposes of 5,392 cases between Apr-August
- Indian lawyer or Queen's counsel must represent Jadhav in Pakistan: MEA
- SC rejects SBI plea for resuming insolvency proceedings against Anil Ambani
- Home Minister Amit Shah discharged from AIIMS 4 days after being admitted
- HC declines to entertain Deepak Kochhar plea to be shifted to pvt hospital
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The government on Wednesday blocked 118 more mobile applications, including popular gaming app PUBG, terming them prejudicial to the sovereignty, integrity and defence of the nation. The banned apps include Baidu, Baidu Express Edition, Tencent Watchlist, FaceU, WeChat Reading and Tencent Weiyun, besides PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite, according to an official statement. All these banned apps have Chinese links. The Centre had earlier banned a number of Chinese apps, including TikTok and UC Browser.
Amid a political slugfest over the Facebook issue, the company's India head Ajit Mohan on Wednesday appeared before a parliamentary panel, which is discussing alleged misuse of social media platforms.
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