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This time the Chinese smartphone market may face problems, the center will take this new step

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A few days ago, the Indian government completely removed 118 applications, including Pubji Mobile, from the Play Store. This time, the Indian government has announced that they may also impose restrictions on Chinese smartphones. According to sources, the Digital Communications Commission will cover all issues related to data and privacy at its meeting on September 19. That's where the next step in China's smart phones may come from.

Companies need to take data protection –

From now on, Chinese smartphone companies will have to fully protect the personal information of their users. In 2016, TRAI had filed a petition with the central government on the issue. Although the telecommunications department of India rejected the plea at the time, TRAI's plea may now be reconsidered.

The RG stated that application operating system mobile handset companies must protect all of their users' data. At the same time companies have to bring their servers to India. So now, if this RG letter is passed, Chinese mobile handset manufacturers will face a lot of problems. Let me tell you, Currently, 84% of India's mobile handsets are made in China.

Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp with some relief –

According to TRAI, OTT applications like Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp will not require any guidelines. However, TRAI said that such applications will be kept under constant review. According to TRAI, if any problem is seen in such application in future, TRAI will take strict action. For the time being, there is no need to issue such regulations on such applications, but these apps will also be monitored.

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These cars can easily withstand heavy accidents and, see list

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When we buy a car, we usually look at the performance, mileage and price of the car. But the most important thing we forget. That is the safety of the car, that is, how much the car can protect you in the event of an accident. Global NCAP tests vehicles in a variety of accident situations and gives them numbers accordingly. Here's a list of the top 5 safest cars:

1) Mahindra XUV300:
The Global NCAP Mahindra XUV300 has been declared the safest car in the country. The car also received the First Ever Choice Award from Global NCAP. The car received 5 stars in Adult Protection and 4 stars in Child Protection. During the test, the car scored 16.42 out of 16 in Adult Protection and 36.44 out of 49 in Child Protection. Currently, the ex-showroom price of Mahindra XUV300 starts from Rs 6.30 lakh.

2) Tata Altroz:
Tata Altroz ​​is the second safest car in the country according to the list of Global NCAP. The car received 5 stars in Adult Protection and 3 stars in Child Protection. During the test, the car got 16.3 out of 18 marks in Adult Protection and 29 out of 49 marks in Child Protection. Currently, the ex-showroom price of Tata Altroz ​​starts from Rs 5.29 lakh.

3) Tata Nexon:
Tata Nexon is the third safest car in the country according to the list of Global NCAP. The car received 5 stars in Adult Protection and 3 stars in Child Protection. During the test, the car got 16.06 out of 16 marks in Adult Protection and 25 out of 49 marks in Child Protection. Currently, the ex-showroom price of Tata Nexon starts from Rs 7.95 lakh.

4) Mahindra Marazzo:
Mahindra Marazzo is the fourth safest car in the country according to the list of Global NCAP. It is also the first multi-purpose van (MPV) in the country to receive 4 stars from NCAP. The car received 4 stars in Adult Protection and 2 stars in Child Protection. During the test, the car scored 12.75 out of 18 in Adult Protection and 22.22 out of 49 in Child Protection. Mahindra Marazzo currently has an ex-showroom price of Rs 9.99 lakh.

5) Volkswagen polo:
The Volkswagen Polo is the fifth safest vehicle in the country according to the Global NCAP list. The car received 4 stars in Adult Protection and 3 stars in Child Protection. During the test, the car got 12.54 out of 18 marks in Adult Protection and 29.91 out of 49 marks in Child Protection. Currently, the ex-showroom price of the Volkswagen polo starts from Rs 7.69 lakh.

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