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'Take clearance before working in our Exclusive Economic Zone': Navy warns China on ships operating in Indian ocean

DNA Tuesday, 3 December 2019
Noting that the presence of Chinese ships in the Indian Ocean is increasing, Admiral Karambir Singh assured that the naval forces have been keeping a close watch on them and are fully prepared to deal with national security challenges.
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