Newspaper Headlines: India Bans 59 Chinese Apps And Other Top Stories

Updated: June 30, 2020 08:06 IST

Newspaper Headlines: India Bans 59 Chinese Apps And Other Top Stories
Hindustan Times: Delhi will set up a plasma bank to pool in blood rich in virus-fighting antibodies, chief minister Arvind Kejriwal said. The Centre on Monday issued guidelines for the second of a three-phase plan aimed at lifting restrictions imposed to stop the spread of the coronavirus disease. Hindustan Times
Newspaper Headlines: India Bans 59 Chinese Apps And Other Top Stories
The Asian Age: The government of Maharashtra, the worst corona-affected state in India, announced Monday that it would extend its lockdown restrictions till July 31. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation at 4 PM today, his office has tweeted. The Asian Age
Newspaper Headlines: India Bans 59 Chinese Apps And Other Top Stories
The Telegraph: The government on Monday banned TikTok, Weibo, Camscanner and 56 other popular social media, utility and gaming apps from China as the tensions over the recent border clash in Ladakh boiled over into the arena of business and personal spaces. Bengal Chief minister Mamata Banerjee said her government would talk to the railways for partial resumption of Metro for essential service providers, hours before the Union home ministry issued guidelines that listed Metro among activities that will not be permitted. The Telegraph

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