"New Delhi's real objective is to turn the Donglang area of China into a disputed region and block China's road construction there", the editorial said.
China on Wednesday also indicated that the stand-off, although not along the India-China border, would cast a shadow on India's boundary talks with China, saying that the incident violated the "spirit" of the Special Representatives (SRs) mechanism started in 2003 to resolve the boundary question. "This time, we must teach New Delhi a bitter lesson", the editorial said.
"It is true that we have a border dispute with China".
"The Chinese government attaches great importance to safety and lawful rights and interests of overseas Chinese citizens in accordance with the security condition of the relevant countries", Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang told reporters here.
Asking Chinese firms present in India to be alert and take precautions, the daily said violent attacks against Chinese personnel and companies may happen in India if the two countries see even small-scale military tension at the border. Geng said China had been acting according to the agreements between the two countries and Doklam had been under the effective jurisdiction of China.
"We believe the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) is powerful enough to expel Indian troops out of Chinese territory".
The ties between China and India just keep tensing up every day. Responding to this the former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who was then only a MP, drove a herd of sheep to the Chinese embassy in Delhi carrying placards reading, "Eat me but save the world".
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White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the president was just responding to attacks. "But I'm president and they're not".
On the other hand, India and Bhutan have historically maintained strong relations.
China and India have a number of border disputes, although the section of the frontier that runs along the northeastern state of Sikkim, near where the current stand-off is taking place, is generally regarded as stable. Successive Indian governments have acknowledged the demarcation.
Asked about remarks by official Chinese media and think- tanks that the conflict can lead to a "war" if not handled properly, the ambassador had said,"There has been talk about this option, that option".
Soldiers from the Indian Army and the People's Liberation Army (PLA) of China participate in an anti-terror drill during the Sixth India-China Joint Training exercise "Hand in Hand 2016" at headquarters 330 Infantry Brigade, in Aundh in Pune district, some 145km southeast of Mumbai, on November 25, 2016. "It is up to your government policy (whether to exercise military option)".
China had committed investments of over $20 billion in India in the next five years during President Xi Jinping's visit in September 2014.
"What is shocking is that the India border troops entered into the Chinese side of the delineated border in the Sikkim section which is serious in nature", he said. "We will work together with Bhutan to properly resolve the boundary question through friendly negotiations", he said.