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An Indian game studio has launched a mobile game calling itself the Indian rival of #PUBG  Mobile, taking advantage of the Chinese app being banned in #India , but the new game has been ridiculed by Chinese players.

Flaws in the Indian game “Fearless and United: Guards” that was launched after Chinese game PUBG Mobile was banned in #India  prove that the country’s game industry has a long way to go, even if it has a huge market.

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A Chinese drone company whose products are used by the PLA in border defense honored 2 employees who were involved in the Galwan Valley conflict in June last year, as they fearlessly supported the PLA in dangerous recon missions against Indian aggression.

Chinese vendor #Xiaomi , the No.1 smartphone brand in India, said it will team up with DBG Technology, BYD India for smartphone manufacturing, to deepen localized production: Indian media reports

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The Indian Army officer who was seen raining blows on a Chinese soldier in a video of the last year’s June 15 #Galwan  incident, recently released by the Chinese State media, was felicitated by Manipur CM N. Biren Singh.

The ongoing disengagement process of the Indian Army and the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) along the Line of Actual Control#LAC ) in eastern #Ladakh  was a “win-win situation” for both sides, says the #IndianArmyChief 

The latest example of the Chinese government extending its censorship around the world: it is targeting for prosecution a teenager living overseas for posting online comments about Chinese soldiers killed in a border clash last year with Indian troops.

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The disengagement of the Indian and Chinese armies from the north and south banks of Pangong Tso is a “very good end result” and a win-win situation for both sides, Army chief General M.M. Naravane said on Wednesday.

Manipur CM N Biren Singh has felicitated Indian Army Captain SoibaManingba Rangnamei for his bravery during the clash with the Chinese People's Liberation Army in Eastern Ladakh's Galwan Valley last year

Can Indian tourists fill the void left by their Chinese counterparts?

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Three Indian soldiers killed in clash with Chinese forces in Ladakh in disputed Kashmir region amid rising tensions

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Indian Army has occupied heights overlooking the Chinese Army positions at Finger 4 along the Pangong Tso lake. These operations were carried out along with the preemptive actions to occupy heights near the Southern bank of Pangong Tso lake around August end: Sources

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Indian Army rescued 3 Chinese nationals who lost their way in North Sikkim's plateau area at 17,500 ft altitude on 3 Sept & provided medical assistance incl oxygen, food & warm clothes. Army also gave them appropriate guidance after which they returned to their destination: Army

#MadeInIndia campaign reached US. Indian Americans and Tibetans Americans protest in New York Times Square against Chinese Aggression.

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Chinese Army has moved back tents, vehicles & troops by 1-2 km from locations where disengagement was agreed upon at Corps Commander level talks: Indian Army Sources

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Indian intercepts reveal that Chinese side suffered 43 casualties including dead and seriously injured in face-off in the Galwan valley: Sources confirm to ANI

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Indian Army officer and two soldiers killed in Ladakh's Galwan Valley on Monday night during "violent face off" with the Chinese Army. This is a terrible news. I don’t remember any casualty between India&China after 1967. #GalwanValley 

What is happening in Wuhan is tragic. Our sympathy to the Chinese. Such calamities do happen and we learn from it and not guess who is at fault. I remember how enraged we Indians were when some insensitive foreigners blamed Indian sloth for Surat’s plague epidemic some years ago

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