The curbs will be imposed on TV sets of screen size ranging from up to 36 cm to over 105 cm.
India-China border tensions: Call for ban on Chinese goods ignores economic realities and will hurt Indian companies
To stop drinking tea and eating momos – because Chinese soldiers have occupied a section of Indian territory in Ladakh – is surely not going to cause much distress to China. Nor will uninstalling TikTok and Zoom cause them to flee Galwan valley.
Rupee slips 26 paise to 70.18 against dollar in early trade; US-China trade concerns, crude prices impact domestic currency
The rupee opened on a weak note at 70.16 then fell further to 70.18 against the US dollar, showing a decline of 26 paise over its previous closing
Rupee slumps 23 paise against US dollar on unabated foreign fund outflows, persistent trade war worries
Firming oil prices and a prolonged spell of weakness in the equity markets also weighed on rupee, dealers said
Senior RSS leader Indresh Kumar said on Sunday that people should boycott chinese products and emphasised that the focus should be on 'swadeshi' products.
Reminding Narendra Modi led Union government of "China's historical penchant for backstabbing India", the Shiv Sena said China and Pakistan "would never be friends with India".
India is already taking steps to reduce dependence on Chinese imports to even critical segments, such as drug import
But when China’s Xinhua says that India generally “barks” about trade imbalance, it actually amounts to China barking in frustration.