Daily buzz @ 3 June, 2020 Google Removes Viral Indian App That Deleted Chinese Ones


71st day of lockdown

India @ 210,097 and death toll touched 5,875


India, China Top Military-Level Talks On Saturday Amid Border Tension:

India and China will hold military-level talks in Ladakh on Saturday, June 6, amid the border standoff between the militaries of the two countries near eastern Ladakh.The talks have been requested by India and will be held in the Indian Border Point Meeting hut in Chushul-Moldo.

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Google Removes Viral Indian App That Deleted Chinese Ones:

Google has pulled an app from its Google Play store that helped users identify and remove apps of Chinese origin. The Mountain View, California-based company told Gadgets 360 that the “Remove China Apps” application violated Google Play policy. Before getting removed from Google Play, the app – developed by Jaipur-based OneTouch AppLabs – clocked over 50 lakh downloads in just over two weeks of its launch. It is the second viral app from India to be pulled from Google Play in a matter of days. Google has earlier removed Mitron, a TikTok clone.

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Vijay Mallya can be extradited anytime, all legalities done:

Indian fugitive business tycoon and founder of the now defunct Kingfisher Airlines Vijay Mallya can be extradited to India in the coming days “anytime” as all the “legal process” has been completed, top sources in the government said on Wednesday.

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International air travel once situation normalises: Hardeep Puri

Civil aviation minister Hardeep Puri said on Wednesday that India would open up skies for international air travel once the situation normalises so that such cross-border travel will not pose any danger to citizens.

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Mumbai avoids brunt of Cylone Nisarga as storm makes landfall further south:

Mumbai escaped the brunt of a cyclone on Wednesday after winds changed direction and the storm made landfall further south on India’s western coast than expected, giving some respite to a metropolis already ravaged by coronavirus infections.

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Australia set for first recession in three decades:

Australia is set for its first recession in 29 years as the country feels the impact of the virus pandemic.Official figures show that the economy shrank by 0.3% in the first three months of the year, amid bushfires and the early stages of the outbreak.Economists expect data for the current quarter to confirm that the shutdowns have pushed the country into recession.

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LG Polymers has absolute liability for loss of life: NGT

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) said on Wednesday that LG Polymers has absolute liability for the loss of life in the recent gas leak incident at its Visakhapatnam plant, and directed the Rs 50 crorepenalty imposed on it to be used as compensation to the victims and for environment restoration.A styrene gas leak from the plant had killed 12 people and affected another 1,000 in the early hours of May 7, besides causing environmental damage. The NGT took suomotu cognizance of the case a day later and imposed a fine of Rs 50 crore on the South Korean company.

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Telangana EAMCET timing altered:

In view of the Covid-19 pandemic, the timing of Telangana State Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (TS-EAMCET) 2020 has been altered.The morning session of the entrance examination which was scheduled from 10 am to 1 pm, will now be held from 9 am to 12 noon. However, there is no change in timing of the test scheduled in the afternoon session i.e. from 3 pm to 6 pm.

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