Shein Among 59 Banned Chinese Apps: Netizens Share Hilarious Memes For Fashion Lovers Shein, which is an international B2C apparel brand caters largely to its women customers as it sold items for ladies ranging from bags, shoes, accessories. India bans 59 Chinese apps like TikTok, Helo, Shein; Twitter erupts with memes and jokes As a major decision by the government, 59 Chinese apps have been banned in India including TikTok, Beauty.
Trending in India; As India bans 47 more Chinese apps, memes and jokes flood social media; As India bans 47 more Chinese apps, memes and jokes flood social media The move to ban the apps was seen as a retaliatory step taken by the Indian government due to the tense situation between India and China, which led to the death of 20 Indian Army.
Chinese apps banned in india memes. After the Indian government reportedly banned 47 more Chinese apps, including PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG), netizens flooded Twitter with hilarious memes. Last month, India banned 59 apps with Chinese links for engaging in activities that are "prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity" of the country and on July 27 the government. Xiaomi on banned Chinese apps: New, future phones will not have blocked apps pre-installed. The government of India has banned nearly 106 Chinese apps in the country till now and some reports suggest more will be added to the list very soon. Out of the already banned apps some are owned by Xiaomi, one of the top smartphone manufacturers in the. Chinese mobile apps banned: The list of applications that are in talks to get banned also includes PUBG. PUBG is one of the most popular smartphone mobile games in India and many other countries. In India alone, the app boasts of over 175 million downloads.
Here are some of the top memes on the ban of 59 Chinese apps in India. The Indian government passed an order yesterday that banned Chinese apps in India, including popular apps like TikTok, UC. India bans 59 Chinese apps including TikTok. The internet is flooded with memes. (Photo: Twitter) Ever since the government of India announced its decision of banning 59 apps of Chinese origin. After banning 59 apps like TikTok, CamScanner, Shareit, UC browser, etc., the government of India banned another 47 apps of Chinese origin. The list of particular apps banned in the fresh decision is not announced. It is said that the 47 apps that have been banned in the country were operating as the cloned versions of the 59 apps that were banned near the end of June. According to the reports.
The list that included the popular short video service TikTok among others were banned as the apps were deemed a threat to the sovereignty of India. The ban on 59 apps came as a shocker to the Indian users, but it was the ban on TikTok that seemed to have shattered millions of the app users in the country. According to latest reports by India Today, the Indian government has banned 47 more apps of Chinese origin. These apps were operating as clones of apps banned previously. The list of the 47. 59 Chinese Apps Banned including TikTok, Shein: On 29 June, the government of India surprised everyone again by banning 59 Chinese apps. This includes TikTok, the online shopping portal Shein.
The most recent development: India has reportedly banned TikTok, along with 58 other China-based apps, in retaliation for a recent border conflict in the Himalayas that resulted in the deaths of. As tensions between India and China continued to escalate after the Galwan valley stand-off in Ladakh, the Indian government on Monday banned 59 Chinese apps, including TikTok, to counter the threat posed by the apps to the country's ‘sovereignty and security’. In damage-control mode, TikTok was quick to issue a statement and said that it will be meeting government stakeholders to. New Delhi: In the wake of the India-China clash at the Galwan Valley, the Indian government took the unprecedented step of banning 59 Chinese apps in the country on Monday. The banned mobile.
Indian netizens were in for a shock after the Government of India announced that 59 Chinese-owned applications including video creation platform TikTok have been banned. On Monday, the government banned TikTok, Likee and 57 other popular Chinese apps amid simmering border tensions with China in Ladakh. The Indian government banned 59 Chinese apps including popular ones like TikTok, UC Browser, ShareIt and others.; These apps have been banned at a time when the India-China border tensions have. Also Read – 47 More Chinese Apps Banned in India; PubG, Ali Express Could be Next As per an ET report, the new list consists of 275 apps that can face the wrath of the government.
While many supported the government's decision, few PUBG fans shared rib-tickling memes in order to cope with the fact that the app might get banned in India soon After banning 59 Chinese apps. The government's decision to ban 47 clone apps of the previously banned Chinese apps and reports that 250 more Chinese apps, including PubG, are on the Centre's radar has sent the gaming app fans.