China warns India again on South China Sea

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  1. LETHALFORCE

    LETHALFORCE Moderator Moderator

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    China warns India again on South China Sea - IBNLive.com -

    China has once again warned India against exploring oil in the South China Sea. The warning came a day after China lost ground on the issue at the ASEAN summit that ended in Cambodia on Wednesday. The South China Sea dispute was discussed at the ASEAN summit despite Beijing's best efforts to block a discussion.
    India has two blocks in the South China Sea. One block was explored earlier by ONGC Videsh in partnership with a Vietnamese oil company in South China Sea and found dry.
    However, the issue was not discussed when Prime Minister Manmohan Singh met Chinese Presiden Hu Jintao on the sidelines of the BRICS summit in Delhi in March.
    In march, too, China had warned India to refrain from undertaking oil exploration in the resource-rich Vietnamese blocks in order to ensure "peace and stability" in the area.
    Asking New Delhi not to get involved in the "disputes", the top Chinese Foreign Ministry official said the sovereignty of the islands in the region was a major issue and India should not carry out oil exploration till resolution of the vexed issue.
    China has been is mapping South China Sea with an aim to step up exploration for oil and gas and to reinforce its territorial claims. Located south of China's coast, South China Sea is connected with narrow straits with Pacific Ocean and covers 3.5 million sq km of the ocean.
    China claims the entire South China Sea as its own. However, its claim has been contested by Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei and Taiwan which assert it is part their maritime waters.
     
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    Drsomnath999 lord of 32 teeth Elite Member

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    well i am bored of listening this

    all i want to say that either china show up

    or else plz notice the image below carefully

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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    BEIJING: A Chinese think-tank has sought "strong response" from the government to India's bid to explore oil in South China Sea.

    "China must first insist on exerting political pressure over both India and Vietnam, warning them that their joint exploration in South China Sea is illegal and violate China's sovereignty," said state-run Global Times, quoting Su Hao, director of the Asia-Pacific Research Centre at the China Foreign Affairs University.

    India's ONGC said it was going ahead with oil exploration on the basis of an invitation extended by a Vietnamese energy company to mine the disputed area. ONGC had earlier pulled out saying it was not viable.
     
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    China warns India again on South China Sea

    from the chinese department of warning and protest:thumb:
    LOL
     
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    Get more attack subs.
     
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    Should be a tough job working for the Chinese foreign ministry. Day in and day out, browsing for news, waiting for something to happen, that they can respond with a threat or atleast a warning!
     
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    And to top it, it seems to be a thankless job as well as nobody seems to bother acknowledging it... forget responding to their threats!
     
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    Bhadra Defence Professionals Defence Professionals Senior Member

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    India needs to strengthen the northern border with strong dissuasive forces as also show dissuasive naval presence in South China sea.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    The story of the Boy who Cried Wolf?
     
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    And censor any uprising anywhere in the world too!!
     
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    Boooooooooooooooooooooooooooring......Kindly Stop Barking! :yawn::yawn:
     
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    its time now to claim Indian Ocean... we should even collect toll fee.. for using Indian Ocean..

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    As a 'Rangdari Tax'?
     
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    what a joke ... china owns china because its name is china .. hahaha :rofl::namaste:
     
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    hey you have chinatown in india? maybe china owns it too!
     
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    chinese dictating leaders think they are ruling huge chinese dynasty, still stuck back in 2 centuries back, there must be a democracy revolution in the country to bring them to conscious or any country should make them realize that they are not living in a fantasy world. somr time i wonder being one of the G5 developing nations and BRIC, china is still a crying kid :wat:
     
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    I don't like China. They act as if they was the Big Bother of all and don't have to care about international law as well as international custom =;
     
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    It is not right. Vietnam and India have only did exploration or mining in the 200 nautical miles within Vietnam's special economic zone. That is 100% legal and is not violating the international laws. China is a bully kid that grew up so quick that China did not have enough time to learn to be human. China is now a jungle kid that won't stop until there is a group of adults who have ability to whip into China's butt to teach her a lesson then she will cry and become a nice kid. Or may be dissolved into many small lovely kids.
     
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