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Policemen stand guard near a security perimeter set in the Rue de la Loi near the Maalbeek subway station, in Brussels on March 22, 2016.

Brussels: Indian national who went missing in Belgium’s attack in capital Brussels on Tuesday is an employee of Infosys, IT company.

Raghuvendran Ganesh has been missing since the attack hails from Bengaluru and is an employee of Infosys, the external affairs ministry confirmed.

“We are doing our best to locate Raghavendran Ganesh,” External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj tweeted.

She also said that two other Indians, both employees of Jet Airways, who were injured were “recovering well”.

At least 34 people were killed on Tuesday. Two deadly explosions rocked the Zaventem airport and a more powerful blast ripped through a train coach at a Metro station in the heart of Brussels. It is the worst terror attack in Europe in four months. (IANS) (Image Source: fortunedotcom.files.wordpress.com)

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Google Removes ‘2020 Sikh Referendum’ App From Play Store

Punjab CM Amarinder Singh demanded Google to remove '2020 Sikh Referendum' app from [play store

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Google removes this Anti-India app from play store. Pixabay

Acceding to Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh’s demand, IT giant Google has removed the secessionist, anti-India mobile application ‘2020 Sikh Referendum’ from its Play Store, state officials said on Tuesday.

A spokesperson for the Chief Minister’s Office said this app was not available any more on Google Play Store for mobile users in India.

The Chief Minister, who had also urged the Central government to persuade Google in the matter, had asked the Director General of Police to coordinate with Central security agencies to tackle the threat resulting from the launch of the app, created by ‘ICETECH’.

The app had asked the general public to register themselves to vote in the ‘Punjab Referendum 2020 Khalistan’.

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The app was removed from Google Play Store and their website was blocked. Pixabay

A website with the address of www.yes2khalistan.org was also launched on the same lines for the same purpose.

The Cyber Crime Centre of the Bureau of Investigation of Punjab had moved to get the app removed from the Google Play Store and the website blocked for usage in India.

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On November 8, a notice under Section 79 (3) B of the Information Technology Act was sent to the Google for removal of the mobile application, added the spokesperson. (IANS)