China advisory against India travel is tit-for-tat

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  1. Blackwater

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    Beijing: China has cautioned its citizens against travelling to India because of protests held in different cities over the increase in petrol prices. However, sources in Delhi say they believe China's travel advisory is in retaliation for the Indian government's warning to traders to avoid doing business in the Chinese trading hub of Yiwu. However, the sources said, "both sides are mature enough to handle this."

    An advisory has been posted on the Chinese Foreign Ministry website as well as Chinese Embassy in New Delhi dated June 1 which warned about travel disruptions due to protests.

    "According to Indian media reports, many places in India are witnessing protests and strikes due to the recent hike in oil prices. Railways and highway transport have either come to a halt due to strikes or have been impacted to different degrees," China says on its Foreign Ministy website, as well as that of its embassy in Delhi. "The Chinese Embassy in India would like to alert the Chinese citizens about this and request them to confirm their itinerary with related agencies to avoid delays....at the same time, during this period, they should be careful about personal safety and safeguard their personal belongings," it adds.


    Don't be over-sensitive about relations with China: Krishna
    The advisory comes on the eve of a visit to Beijing by India's External Affairs Minister SM Krishna. He is participating in the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit scheduled for June 6 and 7.

    In January, Indian traders were held hostage in Yiwu over bills that had not been settled by their companies. The incident provoked diplomatic intervention. While one trader was released and returned home a fortnight ago, two others remain stranded in Shanghai fighting their case in a Chinese court.

    Indian businessmen are reported to have transacted about USD two billion last year, buying massive supplies of Chinese goods for Indian markets.


    China advisory against India travel is tit-for-tat, say sources
     
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    China advisory against India travel is tit-for-tat, say sources

    Beijing: China has cautioned its citizens against travelling to India because of protests held in different cities over the increase in petrol prices


    pls visit pakistan as there are no violent protest going on the country is very peacefull.:taunt::taunt::taunt1::taunt1:

    Foolish chinis
     
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    The Chinese Embassy claims it is only for a day when there will be a bandh!

    They always try to be cleverer by half as if the rest of the world is foolish not to realise that they master of fraudulent activities and statements.
     
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    That was my point. They did not issue warning visiting to Pakistan, where there is bomb blast, firing, violent protest every day.but they issue warning for one day bandh in India.

    Foolish -----is
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    As I said, they are great spin meisters!

    And quite dumb actually since it is so intelligence deficient!
     
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    Well, maybe you don't know the fact that pakistan is the tourism destination for very few chinese. So there is no need issue warning for Pakistan.
     
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    Haha asked not to visit India due to agitations :)

    but not our neighbour which is rocking with terrorist attacks
     
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    Forget about tourism, there are many Chinese working and doing business in Pakistan.

    They have to travel from China too!

    They were not born in Pakistan, or were they?

    And Pakistan is a bomb a day Nation.

    Not dangerous I presume.
     
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    Chill out, guys, CPC is only cautioning people what they may expect while travelling in India.

    CPC is finally learning about being a responsible party and taking care of its citizens, which is something we should appreciate..
     
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    So, you understand that those Chineses were making money there.
    You also need to know the fact that in most of circumstances, Chineses receive better treatment among foreigners in Pakistan.
    Even some of my collegues with Japanese background pretended to be Chinese in Pakistan when they were working there.
     

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