China asks India to stop disturbing its exchange with Sri Lanka

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In the wake of Sri Lanka s request to defer the planned docking of a high-tech Chinese research vessel at the strategic Hambantota Port, China on Monday took a dig at India, saying it was Âsenseless to pressure Colombo by citing the issue of security concerns. MORE..

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