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  1. "We hope that India will implement the consensus reached by senior officials of the two countries, and avoid escalating conflicts"
  2. In a stinging tweet, Rahul Gandhi asks Modi to tell the date when Chinese troops will be thrown out of Indian territory
  3. As #TakeUsBackToSchool trends online, Geo.tv speaks to several students to inquire about the complications and problems they are facing
  4. Lau Phan, chief technician of 8th Bangladesh-China Friendship Bridge, was stabbed in Pirojpur district of Bangladesh
  5. As soon as the anti-China movement began to see some interest in India, there were some rumours about the arrival of Micromax. Well, now, it looks like the brand really wants to make a comeback in the country, as they have teased the arrival of a new phone on their Twitter handle. The company is going all-in on the anti-China movement. They're stressing on the 'Aatmanirbhar' initiative that was introduced by our PM Narendra Modi that calls for local manufacturing and boost the 'Make In India' initiative. Here, check out the teaser - 73 years of independence or being in dependence? On our 74th Independence Day, let's stop being doosron pe nirbhar and become truly Atmanirbhar. Are you ready to join the revolution with us?#AtmaNirbharBharat #JoinTheRevolution #IndependenceDay #स्वतंत्रतादिवस pic.twitter.com/7O5Y8JrbAM — Micromax India (@Micromax__India) August 15, 2020 As you can see, Micromax is clearly hyping up its arrival to make it look like a huge comeback. Well, only time will tell what they have in store for us. As of now, we don't have any confirmation on a launch or any details about the phone that they're planning to launch. But if the rumours are something to go by, then it looks like we'll be getting some budget phones from the brand, especially targeting the Rs 10,000 price segment. © Reuters With all that being said, we really hope Micromax is not planning on selling any rebranded Chinese phones. We say that because Micromax has been caught doing that in the past and that's part of the reason why the company stopped doing business in India. Right now, Chinese makers like Xiaomi, Realme, etc are still on the top when it comes to the overall smartphone sales in the country. Samsung is also doing great but there aren't a lot of options when it comes to 'Made In India' phones. If Micromax manages to do something big here with their new phones, then we might truly have a winner here on our hands. View the full article
  6. Last month, the Indian government decided to ban the use of 59 Chinese apps in India, which included some of the popular apps like TikTok. Now, the government has banned 47 more Chinese apps in India, and this time, we're looking at the apps that were acting as clones to the ones that were banned previously. This news comes hot on the heels of the reports about PUBG Mobile and other Chinese apps getting banned in the country. While we don't have an official confirmation on that, we do know that these 47 clones have been banned. #Breaking 1st on TIMES NOW | Indian Govt bans 47 more Chinese apps which are reportedly, clones of the 59 applications which were earlier banned. Mohit Bhatt with details. pic.twitter.com/uUNNsALz4w — TIMES NOW (@TimesNow) July 27, 2020 Following the government's order to ban 59 Chinese apps on June 29, they've repeatedly warned the makers of the banned Chinese apps to strictly comply with the ban. The government said that those violating the order would face serious action. And now, we're looking at 47 more apps. It goes to show how seriously the government is tracking down these apps. People are calling it the government's 'second digital strike on China'. As of now, we don't have a confirmed list of apps banned this time. But as mentioned earlier, it includes the clones of Chinese apps that were banned previously. © Reuters In case you didn't know, the government is banning Chinese apps citing privacy reasons. The government said they've received numerous complaints against the Chinese apps about how they're "stealing and surreptitiously transmitting users' data in an unauthorized manner to servers which have locations outside India". "The compilation of these data, its mining and profiling by elements hostile to national security and defence of India, which ultimately impinges upon the sovereignty and integrity of India, is a matter of very deep and immediate concern which requires emergency measures," the ministry said. We're not sure if the government is tracking down more apps, but we won't be surprised to see more Chinese apps getting banned in India. Source: TimesNow View the full article
  7. Following the ban on 59 apps, India has now shortlisted 275 other Chinese apps that include PUBG Mobile, Resso, Ali Express and others that are underway scrutiny for any violation of national security and user privacy. The news comes from our sister website Economic Times who cited sources that are aware of the developments. © MensXP The move comes after the Indian Government banned 59 apps, including TikTok, citing national security reasons and privacy issues. We also came across instances where PUBG Mobile was found censoring content on the popular game that was not favourable to the Chinese Government. The list has been reviewed by ET and includes other applications like Zili by Xiaomi, Ulike from Tik-Tok owner BytDance and other applications that are of Chinese origin. “Some of these apps have been red-flagged due to security reasons while others have been listed for violation of data sharing and privacy concerns,” an official said in a statement to ET. It is also worthy to point out, amongst the apps in the list, 14 of them belong to phone maker Xiaomi and other apps from companies like Tencent, Netease, Yozoo Global and others are also on the list undergoing scrutiny. According to ET, a senior government official has said the government is looking to make such bans official by framing a new law or circular or a type of regulation for scrutinising apps operating in the country. “A set of rules or defined procedures may take time but is the correct process to go about it in the future,” the official said. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla As TikTok was banned in the country, Zili and Snack Video; both owned by Chinese companies, garnered new users and reached Play Store’s top 10 list as it was considered a replacement for the popular short video social media app. PUBG Mobile’s ban in India would be a huge move as India is the game's current largest market with about 175 million installs in the country to date. The game took over the country by storm as a free Battle-Royale game which pits gamers against each other in a map until the last player remains. The mobile version of the Battle Royale game has been developed, marketed, distributed and operated by Chinese company Tencent, which is currently the world’s largest video game company in the world. The game has been previously banned in India in certain regions due to its highly addictive gameplay and concept. Source: Economic Times View the full article
  8. The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) in a written request has asked the Union Minister for Electronics, Information Technology and Communication, Ravi Shankar Prasad, to prevent Huawei and ZTE from participating in 5G rollout in India. The letter cites concerns for national security and other crimes the two companies have been accused of, such as spying, conspiracy, money laundering, bank and wire fraud. © Reuters "We are sure that our above request will be considered by you and necessary decision will be taken to protect not only the security of the country but also the privacy of the people of India through data and as such both Huawei and ZTE Corporation will not be allowed to participate in 5G network rollout in India," CAIT said in the letter to Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad. The United Kingdom has already started working on proposals to prevent the installation of new Huawei equipment in the next six months and phase out any of the already existing hardware. Huawei and other Chinese companies have already been banned from doing business with U.S. companies and U.S. intelligence officials cited Huaweiâs close ties with the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) and its military. ZTE, along with Huawei, has been classified as a âthreat to national securityâ by the Federal Communications Commission. India has been on the offensive this past week and has already banned 59 apps in the country that were found storing data outside of the country. Apps like TikTok, WeChat, CamScanner and others were banned by the Indian Government last week. © Reuters US has been accusing Huawei, saying their equipment could be used by China for spying on individuals, corporation and government agencies. The company has also been accused of facilitating intellectual property theft and cyber espionage that has been integrated into their equipment. If true, Huaweiâs equipment could give China an advantage for cyber-warfare thanks to all the data and sensitive information the company could be collecting. Do you agree with CAITâs request for banning Huaweiâs 5G equipment in India? Let us know in the comments what you think about CAITâs request. View the full article
  9. The Indian government's decision to ban the use of 59 Chinese apps in India is still making headlines across the globe. This is indeed a huge and unprecedented move by our government that is going to do a great deal of damage to TikTok, in particular. TikTok has a huge user-base in India with millions of daily active users. And since the app is completely unusable right now, TikTok's parent company is facing a huge loss of up to $6 billion. The same has been confirmed by China's state-run media The Global Times. Here, check it out - The loss of Chinese internet company ByteDance â mother company of Tik Tok â could be as high as $6 billion after Indian government banned 59 Chinese apps including Tik Tok, following deadly border clash between Indian and Chinese troops last month: source pic.twitter.com/wGvnqVO7mR â Global Times (@globaltimesnews) July 1, 2020 Bytedance could lose up to Rs 45 thousand crore given now that the app has been taken down from both the Google Play Store as well as the App Store. The report further noted that TikTok was downloaded 112 million times in May alone, a lot of those downloads came from India. Now, you can imagine the extent of damage we're talking about. Global Times also noted that the move has dealt a severe blow to the confidence of Chinese investors and traders. Not to mention, this decision comes just as China is yet to fully recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. For safety, security, defence, sovereignty & integrity of India and to protect data & privacy of people of India the Government has banned 59 mobile apps. Jai Hind! ð®ð³ â Ravi Shankar Prasad (@rsprasad) June 29, 2020 As far as India is concerned, we already have a ton of TikTok alternatives on the market. From Mitron to Chingari, we already have a lot of apps up and running. It's time for Indian developers to step in and come up with more innovative apps. View the full article
  10. In a surprising move, the Indian government decided to ban the use of 59 Chinese apps in India last night. The list included some really popular apps like TikTok, Cam Scanner, and more. Luckily, there are a ton of alternatives out there for almost every app on the list. And if there wasn't an alternative, a lot of Indian developers decided to step up their game overnight to come up with something new. On the same lines, there's now a new desi TikTok rival called 'Chingari'. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer Yes, the app is indeed called 'Chingari' and it's essentially a short video platform just like TikTok. Pretty sure most of you guys are hearing this name for the first time. Well, that's because this app was nowhere to be seen on the radar until yesterday. Now, it has over 1 million downloads on the Google Play Store. It literally registered 100,000 downloads per hour, which is absolutely insane. This was revealed by Sumit Ghosh, co-founder and Chief Product Officer of Chingari app on Twitter. 100,000 downloads per hour, guys please be patient! we are working on the servers and getting things up and running asap! pic.twitter.com/h3lGCbe4yl â Sumit Ghosh (@sumitgh85) June 29, 2020 So, what do we know about this app? Sadly, there's not a lot that we know, so far, because the app was completely unusable at the time of writing this story. We downloaded the app to check it out, but we were mostly stuck on a white loading screen. We think the devs were not ready for an overwhelming response overnight. While most people are on the lookout for a TikTok alternative in India, we're not sure if 'Chingari' is the right one to go for. It seems like a relatively new app made to attract users just in time for the Chinese ban. We suggest you wait a bit longer till we get some more clarity on the app. View the full article
  11. Last night, the government decided to take an unprecedented step and ban the use of 59 Chinese apps in the country. The list includes some really popular apps like TikTok, Cam Scanner, Mi Community app, and a whole lot more. While a lot of Indians were surprised by this decision, it's safe to say that it was received well by most people on the internet. A lot of supporters who were against the use of Chinese apps and products are extremely excited. Twitter also witnessed some of the funniest memes from these supporters yesterday. For some reason, people seem to be really happy about TikTok getting banned, in particular. #ChineseAppsBlocked #TikTok has banned when the #PUBG will be banned then I will be like pic.twitter.com/hy2PIrhM2t â Indrakash yadav (@indrakashyadav) June 30, 2020 'Aatma Nirbhar' sarkar! Every Indian rn #TikTok #ChineseAppsBlocked pic.twitter.com/H5Kw10SX93 â Censored (@comical_bnda) June 30, 2020 Wannabe 'Influencers' didn't see this one coming. I can feel my heart crack #sheinbanned #ChineseAppsBlocked pic.twitter.com/862GH4jwGh â Megha Pandya (@MeghaPandya19) June 30, 2020 Meanwhile, Bluetooth users are like: #ChineseAppsBlocked Shareit & xender banned in india Le bluetooth : pic.twitter.com/W1pHoaOO9j â Mahesh Khatik (@MaheshK29739216) June 30, 2020 Ache din aa gaye! Modi ji after banning 59 Chinese Apps #ChineseAppsBlocked pic.twitter.com/nyRHuYbbZB â meme_wala07 (@Devil80005317) June 29, 2020 Digital Airstrike. Wait, what? When you can't retaliate to China, so you just Ban 59 Chinese Apps : #DigitalAirStrike #ChineseAppsBlocked pic.twitter.com/RQTTExrRkV â साà¤à¤¦à¤°à¥à¤¶à¤¨ (@saidarshan) June 29, 2020 Rise n Shine, Indian apps! #TikTok #ChineseAppsBlocked #59Chineseapps #59Chinese 𤣠When India blocked 59 Chinese apps. Meanwhile Chinese apps:- pic.twitter.com/sF0DA3PaUz â Subodh Shridhar Naikade (@sub_naikade) June 29, 2020While most people are happy about the removal of TikTok from both the Google Play Store and App Store, there are some mixed reactions for other utility apps like Cam Scanner. Anyway, a majority of these apps have now been removed from the marketplace and it remains to be seen for how long this ban is in place. For now, our best bet is to find alternatives that we can use. Stay tuned for more on that. View the full article
  12. Elon Musk tweets a lot of things that don't make sense, that has honestly become his social media brand at this point. He really went from being the cool billionaire people loved to making everyone question that he's high all the time with his tweets. A tragic downfall, TBH. © Sotheby's International Realty His house, actually an old house, is a sight to look at. The huge mansion has seven bedrooms in the house, seven full bathrooms, and four half-baths. © Zillow Hmm. View the full article
  13. Amid the coronavirus crisis, as the world has started noticing the ill-effects of the Chinese wet markets, they continue to function, despite being the alleged cause behind the global pandemic that has wreaked havoc. Good video on #chinese markets/practices of #yulin cats/dogs meat trade. But: do not describe 'vegans' as 'extremists'. That's 1) offensive 2) wrong 3) a meat industry trap. What's extreme is the butchering of animals with incredible cruelty. pic.twitter.com/e1iPhlrt0z @danwootton â Juliana (@juliana_monty) June 17, 2020 Ahead of the infamous Yulin festival in China, Chinese wet markets are selling dog meat despite the fact that the government had recently classified dogs as pets rather than livestock. Last month, it was anounced that the government was banning canine meat post removal of dogs from its official list of food for human consumption and giving them a 'companion status'. This is how China treats at least 15 million dogs every year! And they chat and laugh the whole time they do it. People in China eat tortured dog meat! And they cook labs, german shepherds and all kinds of dogs ALIVE. Dogs are friends! **** YOU CHINA!@realDonaldTrump https://t.co/cUo6eVgdNA â ExposeTheMedia.com (@ExposeTheMedia) June 17, 2020 This video shows a Chinese wet market in Yulin. For the uninitiated, the festival is an annual celebration where during the summer solstice, people eat dog meat and lychee. Animal rights activists from Humane Society International (HSI) had previously filmed a dog meat market in Yulin. While doing that, they also managed to rescue ten puppies. One of the campaigners, Jennifer Chen, also expressed: "I can't believe that anyone would even want to eat these adorable little darlings. My hands were trembling when I took the first puppy out of the cage." Activists are urging authorities to embrace the fact that dogs aren't food, by attempting to stop the dog meat festival which is due to take place from 21 June 2020. Reportedly, dog meat stalls that were once scattered around the city have now been consolidated in the Nanchao market area which is on the outskirts of Yulin. The cities of Shenzhen and Zhuhai are cracking down on the dog and cat meat traders as people are starting to realize that this not just bad for the animals but can prove to be hazardous for humans as well. View the full article
  14. Following the highly-tensed developments that took place at the border between the Indian and the Chinese soldiers that resulted in the loss of lives, a lot of people have come out to show their support. #BoycottChineseProducts is currently trending on Twitter and people are sharing how they're supporting the movement by getting rid of Chinese products they own. We also stumbled upon a video in which a group of people can be seen flinging a Chinese-made TV from their balcony to the ground. This incident is said to have taken place in Surat. Here, check out the video - सà¥à¤°à¤¤ : à¤à¤¾à¤à¤¨à¥à¤ à¤à¥à¤µà¥ à¤à¥ तà¥à¤¡à¤¼à¤à¤° लà¥à¤à¥ नॠà¤à¤¿à¤¯à¤¾ विरà¥à¤§à¥¤ à¤à¥à¤¨à¥ à¤à¥à¤à¥ à¤à¤¸à¥à¤¤à¥à¤®à¤¾à¤² नहॠà¤à¤°à¤¨à¥ à¤à¥ लà¥à¤à¥ सॠà¤à¥ à¤à¤ à¤à¤ªà¥à¤²à¥¤#BoycottChineseProducts pic.twitter.com/FBgY6wya11 â Janak Dave (@dave_janak) June 17, 2020 We're not entirely sure about the exact manufacturer of the TV, but it's said to be a Chinese brand. You can also hear these people chanting Bharat Mata Ki Jai as they swarm in to destroy what's left of the TV on the ground. It's one thing to uninstall apps from your phones and a completely different thing to smash products that are made by the Chinese people. It's quite an intense visual, to say the least. However, it's also quite funny how some of them were dancing on the TV just to be a part of the video. While some people think it's the right thing to do, others believe that things are getting way out of hand now. We're seeing mixed reactions to this particular incident. Yeah, this makes sense. Aage se mat Lena Chinese ... Abhi kyu Tod rahe ho â Quarantined Engineer 2.0 (@iamkumar001) June 17, 2020 Again, a valid point. LOL first they spend money ...buying it....now they are destroying it. Hehehe Nuksaan kiskaa...faayda kiska â somalthakore (@somalthakore) June 17, 2020Good luck India, good luck. pic.twitter.com/2GYWZXyCXU â Suchitra Vijayan (@suchitrav) June 17, 2020 Amidst all of this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also spoke on the matter today. "I would like to assure the nation that the sacrifice of our jawans will not be in vain. For us, the unity and sovereignty of the country is the most important...India wants peace but it is capable to give a befitting reply if instigated," he said. Earlier today, we also learned about the list of apps that were deemed as not safe for use by the Indian Intelligence agencies. This whole anti-China sentiment seems to have reached its peak and it remains to be seen what comes after this. View the full article
  15. As the border tensions between India and China begin to intensify, Indian Intelligence Agencies have asked the government to block or advise people to stop using several Chinese mobile applications. The list of apps given by the agencies includes 52 apps in total. The apps mentioned on the list are apparently not safe and have extracted a large amount of data outside India. The same has been confirmed by the people familiar with the matter. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer Before discussing this further, here's the complete list of apps that are mentioned on the list - -TikTok -Vault-Hide -Vigo Video -Bigo Live -Weibo -WeChat -SHAREit -UC News -UC Browser -BeautyPlus -Xender -ClubFactory -Helo -LIKE -Kwai -ROMWE -SHEIN -NewsDog -Photo Wonder -APUS Browser -VivaVideo- QU Video Inc -Perfect Corp -CM Browser -Virus Cleaner (Hi Security Lab) -Mi Community -DU recorder -YouCam Makeup -Mi Store -360 Security -DU Battery Saver -DU Browser -DU Cleaner -DU Privacy -Clean Master â Cheetah -CacheClear DU apps studio -Baidu Translate -Baidu Map -Wonder Camera -ES File Explorer -QQ International -QQ Launcher -QQ Security Centre -QQ Player -QQ Music -QQ Mail -QQ NewsFeed -WeSync -SelfieCity -Clash of Kings -Mail Master -Mi Video call-Xiaomi -Parallel Space © Reuters Reportedly, a senior government official also noted that these recommendations were also backed by the National Security Council Secretariat, which felt these could be detrimental to India's security. An official explained that the parameters and the risks attached to each mobile app will have to be examined one by one. This, by the way, isn't the first time we're being alerted about a security concern w.r.t Chinese apps. Back in April, the Home Ministry had issued an advisory on the use of Zoom on the recommendation of the national security agency. The service was deemed unsafe by other countries like Taiwan the US too. Source: Hindustan Times View the full article
  16. The India-China tensions have led to an increase in anti-China sentiment in the country, at present. An increasing number of people have now decided to boycott Chinese products including phones, gadgets, and even mobile apps. Some even downloaded an app called "Remove China App" to detect Chinese apps and uninstall them. While a lot of people may have uninstalled the Chinese apps and moved on to other alternatives, it's worth pointing out that a ton of Chinese apps are still on the top charts in India when it comes to the number of downloads. That's right, a lot of Chinese apps are still on the top downloads list in India despite the boycott China movement. Here, check it out: Note: For this story, we managed to get detailed reports from App Annie which is one of the most trusted services for app data and insights. So, the numbers you see here are specific to India and highly reliable. 1. TikTok © Reuters TikTok is still sitting on top of multiple charts on both the Google Play store as well as Apple's App Store. This means, a lot of people are still downloading the app in India on a daily basis. 2. PUBG MobileWe're not surprised to see PUBG Mobile sitting on top of the charts. It's one of the most popular games out there. That being said, India's Ludo King is still on top. We're not counting PUBG Mobile Lite in the list but that's also one of the apps on the top. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer 3. SHAREitSHAREit is a highly popular app to transfer files between two devices. There are a few reliable alternatives to SHAREit, but it's still on the top chart. 4. CamScanne © App Annie CamScanner is one of those apps which we all have installed at least once in our lifetime so far. Turns out, people are still relying on the apps to scan documents despite being a Chinese app. 5. XenderXender is another Chinese app that's still on top of the charts when it comes to the number of downloads. It may not be in the top 10 or top 15, but it's definitely among the popular apps. Source: App Annie View the full article
  17. Volkswagen said it will take a 50% stake in JAG and increase holding in the JAC Volkswagen joint venture from 50-75% for around ?1 billion
  18. They say âlove thy neighbourâ. But when your neighbour tries to act smart, you canât help but try and set them straight, right? Now while India has its own quirky neighbours, Nepal too isnât far behind when it comes to having âencroachingâ neighbours being a pain in the a*s. I mean, no offence but letâs admit that nobody appreciates snooping neighbours, do they? But perhaps living right across from each other often makes people forget all about their âboundariesâ. Just like how the Chinese media recently claimed that Mt Everest is in China, matlab yeh Geography toh sirf books mein hoti hai na? Post showing Everest in China, CGTN deleted old tweet. In new tweet CGTN said, Everest located on China-Nepal border. pic.twitter.com/c1bx8hJmbB â Sidhant Sibal (@sidhant) May 10, 2020 To give you a better understanding, Beijingâs state-run media house, China Global Television Network (CGTN) recently posted a tweet featuring Mt Everest and said, âlocated in Chinaâs Tibet Autonomous Regionâ which infuriated Indian and Nepalese users on Twitter who began calling out China for spreading fake news with #BackOffChina trending on the microblogging site. Even though CGTN has since made appropriate changes to the caption, it didnât do much good because thousands of users had already seen the original post and the damage was done. Both Indian and Nepalese users are trolling China right, left and centre for trying to make incorrect claims. Mt. Everest is in Nepal, Not in china.@PRCAmbNepal#backoffchina pic.twitter.com/dBHCcvzNyS â सवà¥à¤¨à¤¾ð³ðµ (@SlowmoQueen9) May 10, 2020 Well, thatâs not happening. Maybe they think Nepal is part of China's Tibet region. And that's not cool at all. â Bourne Reacherï¸â¡ (@4aBr1ghtFuture) May 10, 2020 Fake will always be fake. World knows where Mt. Everest lies. Why Chinese media reporting false news. Mt. Everest lies on Nepal territory. #backoffchina â बाबॠà¤à¤¨à¤¾à¤² (@shivakhanal4all) May 10, 2020 Nepalese people have taken personal offence over the matter. This is our mount everest 8848 we don't want this to used and marked as yours.nepal government should act upon this. This is unprecedented words that has beem used here. this is unacceptable .#backoffchina pic.twitter.com/0KBtEvTBP8 â डा.पà¥à¤¯à¤¾à¤°à¥ (@shivarajkoiral) May 10, 2020 Ouch. #backoffchina Suddenly all parts of the world becoming part of China...come on China...at least be sensible after Corona disaster which you donated to world â Umasankar Thiyagaraj (@umasurgeon) May 10, 2020 A word of caution? #backoffchina gentle reminder #nepal if you side with #china they will take not only Mount Everest but everything. â rbajaj (@rbay_9) May 10, 2020 Well, no matter what they were trying to imply with that misleading caption, but if history is to be believed, China does have a tendency to call what belongs to others their own, or worse, try to take it by force...*coughs* Arunachal Pradesh *coughs*. View the full article
  19. Envoy says cooperation between China and Pakistan has set a good example of international cooperation amid global health crisis
  20. While the whole world is still dealing with the lockdown to fight the novel Coronavirus, China is now getting back to the normal life routine. © Reuters Recently, a factory in China got flak for organizing a weird kissing contest. A video shows how participants were called to kiss with plexiglass in between. The video now has over 10 million views on all Chinese social media platforms. Now, thatâs the opposite of social distancing, isnât it? The furniture factory, known as âYueyaâ invited around ten couples to participate in the bizarre contest. Check out the post here- #China A furniture factory in Suzhou, Jiangsu had a "Kissing Contest" to celebrate the factory resuming work. The organisers said this event can help the factory workers relax & there's a transparent glass between the kissers. Allegedly some of the participants are not couples. pic.twitter.com/9BWWpBkaAs â W. B. Yeats (@WBYeats1865) April 19, 2020 Some of the couples were reportedly married and lowered their protective face masks to kiss through the glass. The employees were also seen wearing blue boiler suits. According to Global Times, the contest was organized to celebrate the easing of restrictions imposed on the people of China amid the lockdown. © Reuters The owner of the factory, Mr. Ma said, âthe glass had been placed between participants to minimize the risk of infection.â He also said, âSome of the participants were actually married couples who both work in the factory. This pandemic has made everyone very tense. They haven't been able to relax, and that might cause mistakes in the production process.â Hereâs what people on the internet think of the kissing contest- Ridiculous. Can #Chinese spell this word? Or we shd all ban the travel fm and to #China fm this moment on, for another outbreak of #WuhanVirus #COVID19 will start very soon#MakeChinaPay#ChinaLiedPeopleDied â ãã¼ã«ã¯ã¼ã« Êâ¢Ù¹â¢Ê (@zi6Yao4) April 19, 2020I just donât know why China always does these stupid things that shows how foolish they are ... â Rodman Lok (@LokRodman) April 20, 2020Could be a kiss of death What does the #CCP wanted everyone dead â Windwensð¯ ð¯ð³ð±ð¬ð·ð¬ð·ð¬ð· (@Windwens9) April 19, 2020both humiliating and risking at spreading virus, hope they sanitize before next one kiss the board â FreeHK (@FreeHK29884349) April 19, 2020-_- speechless...... pic.twitter.com/hAzAGxGoSh â Blue-eyed wolf5DN1Lï¸ (@alexangel8577) April 20, 2020I put all my savings into the factory closing in a week#CCPVirus â LinPig (@mil8751) April 19, 2020 The bizarre competition raised many eyebrows on social media and people also pointed out that none of the participants were maintaining social distancing. View the full article
  21. Chinese doctors to lend medical expertise to Pakistani counterparts as the country battles the epidemic
  22. While most of the world is finding it extremely difficult to sit indoors during the nationwide lockdown, Chinese students studying in the US are willing to pay approximately 15 Lakhs to book seats in private jets to return back to their home country, China. Yes, while some of us are still in the phase of gathering basic utilities to get through the lockdown there are people who are struggling to get back home. © Reuters Also, the only other option is to take 60-hour long flights with a lot of layovers, which is another risky option. In the past few days, the US has seen rapidly increasing numbers of Coronavirus patients and recently, they reported 10,000 new cases in one day. Over 550 so far have lost their lives to the deadly virus and it's getting worse each day. According to NDTV, the Chinese students studying in the US are desperate to get back home as the number of new cases in China has dropped to zero. © Reuters Turns out these Chinese kids are pretty rich who actually afford to rent private jets to get back home. However, soon these students won't be able to fly out as Beijing has already banned the international arrival of these planes and Shanghai is next in line to take the same steps. "We have arranged a number of private jets traveling from the U.S. to China repatriating Chinese nationals with routes including New York and Boston to Shanghai, San Jose to Hong Kong and Los Angeles to Guangzhou,” said Glenn Phillips, PR, and advertising manager at Air Charter Service. © Reuters The Coronavirus has created havoc across the globe and we can understand that any of us staying away from home would want to be with our families during such a time. However, the only way to find this pandemic is to stay indoors and wherever you are at this time. View the full article
  23. Favipiravir was effective, with no obvious side-effects, in helping coronavirus patients recover, China?s Science and Technology Ministry official said
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