Here’s what you need to know before installing MEITU.

After Chinese popular chat app, WeChat came under harsh criticism for violation of privacy, censorship and accused of passing the information of its user to the govt, another Chinese app Meitu is accused of collecting more than necessary information of its user. The popular Chinese photo- editing does more than just making you selfies beautiful, “it steals your data”- according to many experts.

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Trump’s Executive Order On Immigration May Spell Tough Times For Tibetan Refugees 

New Delhi: United States President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Friday afternoon which effectively curtails the movement of immigrants signing into the United States of America. While the focal point of this decision remains Muslim-majority countries, Trump’s ‘narrow’ policy on immigration may spell tough times for Tibetan refugees.

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‘Stay still!’ Indian Government To Disabled People During National Anthem

New Delhi: ‘Stay still!’ Indian Government To Disabled People During National Anthem. Shoving a patriotic stick to the disabled populace in India who go through physical hurdles routinely, the Indian government has now made it mandatory for disabled people to ‘stay still’ while the national anthem is being played.

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Tibetans Returning Tibet From Kalachakra Have Their Passports Torn

Tibetans returning Tibet from Kalachakra have their passports torn at the airports in Tibet Autonomous Regions and China occupied Tibet regions. This is being seen as the first step towards a feared punitive measure against these devotees from the Chinese authorities that declared the Kalachakra teachings by His Holiness the Dalai Lama in India; illegal.

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China Exporting Abusive Tibet Policies To Xinjiang, Says Human Rights Watch

New Delhi: China has long been exercising abusive policies in Tibet and has prevalently committed serious human rights violations. A new article by the Human Rights Watch claims that China is “exporting the same abusive policies it has been using in Tibet to Xinjiang, the ethnic Uyghur region.”.

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Dalai Lama’s Home Dharamshala Made Second Capital Of State

Dalai Lama’s Home Dharamshala made second capital for Himachal Pradesh state in the northern part of India. The Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh of the state declared on Thursday that Dharamshala will be the second capital of the state. This announcement comes at a political as well as geographical significance.

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Tibetan Plateau Climate Change Driving Leopards Into Snow Leopard’s Territory

Rapidly changing climate around the world has impended drastic consequences for the wildlife, especially those that are already endangered and under the radar. Recently, a leopard was caught on camera high on the Tibetan plateau which confirms the speculation that the endangered animal is shifting from warmer climate to colder areas.

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