3 Indian Navy Ships On Way For Operational Deployment In South China Sea

The three ships will leave Singapore for Malaysia on Thursday and then visit the Philippines. Singapore: Three Indian Naval Ships have arrived in Singapore for a three-day visit as part of the operational deployment of the Navy’s Eastern Fleet to the South China Sea, underscoring the strong linkages between both navies. Led by Rear Admiral … Read more

’32 Aircraft, 5 Naval Ships In 24 Hours’: Taiwan Tracks Increased Chinese Military Activity Around Nation | World News

New Delhi: The Taiwan Ministry of National Defence (MND) has been closely monitoring an uptick in military activity in the region, with 32 Chinese military aircraft and five naval vessels of the People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) detected from 6 a.m. on Wednesday (March 20) to the same time on Thursday (March 21). Notably, 20 of … Read more

Taiwan Detects Seven Chinese Military Planes, Four Naval Vessels Around Nation | World News

TAIPEI: Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defence (MND) has detected seven Chinese military aircraft and four naval vessels around Taiwan between 6 am (local time) on Tuesday and 6 am (local time) on Wednesday, Taiwan News reported. Following China’s action, Taiwan sent aircraft and naval ships and deployed air defense missile systems to keep a watch … Read more

Philippines Mulls New Energy Projects in South China Sea Amid Tensions in Disputed Waterways

Last Updated: December 17, 2023, 12:45 IST Philippines’ President Ferdinand Bongbong Marcos Jr. attends the retreat session of the 43rd Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit in Jakarta, Indonesia. (Image: Reuters) Philippine President Marcos addresses South China Sea tensions, emphasising energy exploration challenges. Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr said his country is working to … Read more

Philippines eyes codes of conduct to keep peace in South China Sea

Tensions in the South China Sea require the Philippines to partner with allies and neighbours to maintain peace there, including establishing codes of conduct as the situation becomes “more dire”, the Philippines’ president said. President Ferdinand Marcos Jr, speaking at a forum in Hawaii streamed live on Monday in the Philippines, said the priority was … Read more

Chinese ships chase Philippine vessels as US renews warning to defend its ally

As a US Navy surveillance plane flew in circles, keeping a close watch, dozens of Chinese coast guard and accompanying ships chased and encircled Philippine vessels in the latest confrontation in one of the most dangerous flashpoints in the At the height of Friday’s four-hour faceoff on the high seas, a Chinese coast guard ship … Read more

Philippines, China Tussle in South China Sea Again, Beijing Accused of Harassing Poor Fishermen

The Philippines accused the Chinese coast guard Friday of “dangerous harassment” of Filipino boats in the disputed South China Sea, including firing a water cannon and blocking vessels on a resupply mission. The incident happened during a Philippine mission to deliver provisions to a tiny garrison on Second Thomas Shoal, which is part of the … Read more

China Says Canada Carried Out ‘Malicious’ Air Patrol After Ottawa Flags ‘Unsafe’ Aircraft Intercept

New Delhi: China accused Canada of carrying out a “malicious and provocative” air patrol over the South China Sea, a day after Canadian Defence Minister Bill Blair slammed Beijing for what it called the second “significantly unsafe” intercept in the last two weeks, news agency AFP reported. The Canadian Defence Minister said that a Chinese … Read more