Over 100 Chinese apps banned in India amid rising tensions

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As tensions build between India and China, this week, India banned more than 100 Chinese apps over security concerns. The order applies to major companies ranging from mobile payment app Alipay and shopping platform Taobao to language-learning and dating apps. CGTN spoke to young people on the streets of Delhi to get how they felt about the matter.

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