Is China’s naval build-up a Grave concern for India?

New Delhi, December 3, 2012 – News n Analysis by Dr. Raj Baldev, Cosmo Theorist, on the issue of China’s growing maritime strength and this is a big concern for India since China is upgrading its search for oil in such areas of seas beyond their territory.

I wrote about it earlier, no one bothered, now the Naval Chief has said on Monday that Beijing’s growing maritime strength was a “major, major cause for concern”.

Admiral DK Joshi explained to media that China is pushing forward to upgrade its navy and it is a good step but it is a great concern for India. His words to the effect:

“It is actually a major, major cause of concern for us, which we continuously evaluate and work out our options and our strategies for.”

“The modernization of China is truly impressive.”

As regards China’s first aircraft carrier which it had put into service in September, was reported to have been locked in a series of disputes over strategic islands in the region, including Vietnam, the Philippines over the issue of territory in the South China Sea.

In this regard, India had signed a pact with Vietnam in October 2011 to expand oil exploration in the South China Sea for which China had shown their displeasure against India.

Although Beijing has urged New Delhi not to push ahead with the project for the sake of “peace and stability”, Joshi said that the Indian navy was ready to support state energy firm ONGC and had carried out exercises in preparation.

In my analytic view, there should be a healthy competition and not the way China claims such territories that is not supposed to theirs, and such territory claims have led to big differences between China and other countries including India.

It is hoped India and China would be able to cultivate respect each other and find out an agreeable solution suitable to both.

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Dr. Raj Baldev, Cosmo Theorist

About Dr. Raj Baldev, Cosmo Theorist

Dr. Raj Baldev, Cosmo Theorist, Ph.D., D. Litt., D Sc. (H.C), Editor-in-Chief of International Reporter, Chairman Media International Ltd., Born on 15 January 1927 in Montgomery, now in Pakistan. Internationally known, man of letters with over dozen of books and thousands of articles to his credit on various subjects including theories on the Creation of the Universe, the Black Holes, Supernovas and other functions of the Universe, Nature and Life , which he described both ways, philosophically and scientifically. He further elaborated how the entire Cosmos were formed. He holds spiritual wisdom of predicting and curing powers of the human problems, so much so, he is popularly known as Destiny Repairer, hence people call him with respect as Swamy Ji. He got the privilege of leading various Parliamentary Delegations abroad on good will missions; he also got the privilege of being invited by differnt Heads of State on state visits. He is the Founder of God Believers (GBA) who place belief in “FAITH”, Universal Modern Religion. FAITH is not a religion but a human service, an encyclopedia of creating healthy balance between Science and God. The main purpose of this mission is to defend the Identity of God from Scientists on one hand and to help fight Global Environmental Abuses, to create awareness of high risks of Excessive Nuclear Stockpiles, global service to the Human Rights and Justice on the other. He is a very simple man, he commands special respect as a holy man with high spiritualism and people address him as His Holiness. He is equally dedicated to the cause of media and journalism where he has been serving the people through his writing for over 50 years; he has also served as Member of Press Council of India. His main aim is to serve the humanity and all kinds of life on the Earth, to serve the elders, women and children, the blind, crippled, lepers and the needy, he is committed to save the Mother Earth from the abuses caused by humans and the nature through the social mission of God Believers (GBA), which also serves the World Peace. In short, he is a global social reformer. Google