India Needs to be Vigilant About Joining Anti-China Camp: Chinese Daily

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    Beijing, China: Asking India to vigilant against efforts to rope it into an anti-China camp, the Chinese media claimed that relations between the two countries are on a sound track.

    This Sunday, India and China have started their 10-day anti-terrorism joint military drill code-named, Hand-in-Hand 2015, in the Chinese city of Kunming in Yunnan Province.

    "The China-India relationship is on a sound track, and healthy ties are beneficial to both countries. India should be vigilant to any intentions of roping it into an anti-China camp," an article in the state-run Global Times said today.

    This assertion comes in the backdrop of Japan joining India and the US at the naval exercises which started this Monday, and are currently being held at Malabar in the Bay of Bengal.

    The article titled 'Concurrent India drills spark unnecessary speculation', said, "Malabar, a bilateral navy exercise involving the US and India, includes Japan this year... Rabble-rousers say that India is eyeing China by including Japan in the Malabar exercise and the trilateral drill is targeted at China."

    Reacting to the Malabar exercises, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Hua Chunying told media briefing two days ago that "everyday a lot of activities takes place around the world. We cannot connect every activity with China".

    The Global Times article said Indian officials stressed that New Delhi has been pursuing a "multi-vectored diplomacy".

    "India's policies and strategies are based on its national interests. It has been proved that over the past decades, India has stuck to independent foreign policies and never wants to be part of any coalition to contain China," it said.

    The article talks about how both sides have border disputes, and geopolitical rivalry, which makes the mutual distrust slow to dissolve. This creates opportunities for other countries to drive a wedge between Beijing and New Delhi.

    Highlighting the consensus during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to China in May, the article said, "Both China and India are emerging countries and share more common interests than disagreements."

    China and Japan have been opposed to each other for historical reasons.

    Last month, the Global Times had said that the biggest mistake India has made in its bid for a permanent UN Security Council seat was to ally itself with Japan.

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    The point is why must India respect Chinese opinion on this ?
    When China is aiding Pakistan why is it even raising voices when India gets closer with the US and Japan ?
    If Pak-China relationship is strategic and peace confirming why shouldn't this alliance also be seen as such.
    It hurts when the arrow turns against us isn't it ???
    Why would India side with an overseas power ignoring a regional power next door ?
     
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    CCP is filled with all hypocrites and they think that, China is the center of the universe and they expect that, everyone should respect them! :lol:

    They can whine all they want, India won't care.
     
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    Chinese are reluctant to solve border issues with India and they are constructing economic corridor through Indian territory with the help of Bakis.
    If China does not recognize and address our concerns, it is silly for them to expect India giving importance to their concerns.
    China is well positioned to resolve the border issues with India and take the advantage of huge Indian market to support their declining economy, but they are investing their money and energy on sh!t hole named Bakistan.
     
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    Well it should not come from a country which is equipping Pakistan against India.. All the border issue, creating structures in side Indian territory.. All the diplomatic ties have its own place, but it should not be confused with strategic partnership. Diplomatic ties with China will continue like the way it is.. but that does not give them any right not meddle in our strategic matters.
     
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    That is the major point. China and Pakistan together plan to give India a two-front threat.
    If that is the case then why shouldn't India respond like this ?
    Sh!thole commie comics reporting this is a joke and shows their level of intellect and rationale in dealing with foreign policy. As far as foreign policy is concerned you will get only what you give.
    Don't meddle unnecessarily, you won't be meddled unnecessarily.
     

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