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Philippine, Vietnam navies play sports on South China Sea island

MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine and Vietnamese navies have been playing soccer, volleyball and tug-of-war games together on a South China Sea island, the latest get-together by two countries concerned by..
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

China worried Modi-Trump talks might cover South China Sea


IndiaTimes

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News video: RAW: Chinese navy holds massive combat drills in disputed South China Sea

RAW: Chinese navy holds massive combat drills in disputed South China Sea 01:43

Warships, supporting vessels and planes from China's Northern, Eastern and Southern Fleet were mobilised for the exercises, according to CCTV. The exercises took place on Friday between Hainan Island..
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News video: South China Sea dispute intensifies: Philippines wins Hague ruling, China slams decision

South China Sea dispute intensifies: Philippines wins Hague ruling, China slams decision 05:35

China is refusing to recognise The Hague's historic court ruling over territory in the South China Sea, in favour of the Philippines. Beijing says it might now boost its military presence in the..
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News video: CrossTalk: China vs lawfare

CrossTalk: China vs lawfare 23:42

An international tribunal in The Hague has ruled overwhelmingly against China’s territorial claims in the South China Sea. Beijing not only rejects this ruling, it even refused to participate in this..
Source: RT News Channel -

News video: U.S., China meet on North Korea after Trump points to failed Chinese effort

U.S., China meet on North Korea after Trump points to failed Chinese effort 00:44

Top diplomats and defense chiefs from the United States and China began a day of talks in Washington on Wednesday looking for ways to press North Korea to give up its nuclear and missile programs...
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China hopes India, US won`t disturb South China Sea peace, play constructive role

PM Modi will meet Trump for the first time on June 26 and a range of issues are likely to come up, including H1B visas and terrorism.
Zee News

No change in position regarding India's NSG membership: China's Foreign Ministry

China reaffirmed on Friday that there is no change in its stance on the admission of non-NPT states into the Nuclear Suppliers Group, marring India's chances of entering the elite club during its..
DNA

China asks India, US not to disturb peace in South China Sea

China on Friday asked India and the US not to disturb peace in the strategic South China Sea and play a "constructive role" in the disputes there, as the issue was likely to be discussed during Prime..
IndiaTimes Also reported by •Deccan Herald

Japanese warship takes Asian guests on cruise in defiance of China

SOUTH CHINA SEA (Reuters) - Japan's largest warship steamed into the South China Sea this week in defiance of Chinese assertiveness, with Asian military guests on board to witness helicopters looping..
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

China 'closely watching' Modi-Trump meet, sends warning on South China Sea

A Chinese strategic expert said on Friday that Beijing would be closely following the upcoming Modi-Trump meeting with the view that some of the expected economic outcomes could benefit Beijing.
India Today

US will need India to counter China: US think tank

Even as the Trump administration is cosying up to the Chinese, the US will need India to counter Beijings growing influence in the world, a top American think-tank has said. Describing India as a..
Deccan Herald

China still says no to India's NSG membership

China again said today that there is no change in its stance on admission of non-NPT states into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), marring Indias chances of entering the elite club at its crucial..
Deccan Herald

China launches research project to compile data about SCS

China has launched a research project to compile historical data obtained during expeditions by its teams to the disputed South China Sea since the late 1950s.
DNA

China's next One Belt, One Road plan: South China Sea-Indian Ocean corridor

The plan also envisages strengthening connectivity through port projects along the routes, some of which China is accelerating under the OBOR.
India Today

Southeast Asia officers board Japanese ship for South China Sea tour

TOKYO (Reuters) - Southeast Asian military officers have embarked on a four-day tour of the South China Sea on the Japanese navy's Izumo helicopter carrier in the latest sign Japan is stepping up..
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

India, China need to set up new framework: Ex-NSA

Former national security advisor Shiv Shankar Menon has said that China's quest for setting a new world order centred around it, has led behavioural changes over past two years viz-a-viz its relations..
DNA

U.S. Pacific Commander Harris expected to step down next year

Admiral Harry Harris, the U. S. Pacific military chief known for combative views on Beijing's South China Sea expansion, is expected to step down next year, U. S. officials said on Friday, leaving..
DNA

US, China to hold 1st diplomatic and security dialogue

China and the US will hold their first diplomatic and security dialogue next week in Washington amid rising tensions in ties over the South China Sea.  
Zee News

US: Ships to spend more days in South China Sea

US Navy ships are on track to spend more time in the South China Sea this year, US Pacific Fleet Commander Admiral Scott Swift said on Thursday in China, where a US warship was making a port call.
IndiaTimes

Vietnam urges China to act responsibly in South China Sea

China has built up infrastructure on the four smaller outposts, including land-based guns and communications facilities.
Zee News


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