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After India, now Taiwan, Vietnam, Philippines, and Malaysia reject distorted map released by China, dismiss its claims over South China Sea

"This latest attempt to legitimize China's purported sovereignty and jurisdiction over Philippine features and maritime zones has no basis under international law, particularly the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS)," a statement by the Philippines government read.

“We reject these claims as they have no basis”: MEA registers strong protest against China’s distorted map laying claim to Indian territories

In regard to media queries regarding China’s bizarre claims, the MEA issued an official statement rejecting the so-called 2023 “standard map” of China.

Exclusive: YouTube ‘insider’ helping Dhruv Rathi? Govt officials left puzzled as Rathi’s video not blocked by YouTube

On Monday (26 September 2022), the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (I&B) decided to block 45 YouTube videos from 10 YouTube channels including that of Dhruv Rathi

The Times of India is yet to change the distorted map of India even after 24 hours of publication

The English daily did not apologise for its actions or issue any clarification.

Times Of India gives away POK to Pakistan

Entire portion of Kashmir that has been illegally occupied by Pakistan and China is an integral part of India.

Pakistan govt orders all TV channels to flash ‘map of Pakistan’ which includes Indian territory before 9 PM bulletin

This is yet another juvenile attempt of the Pakistan govt to pander to Imran Khan's fanciful whims

Google shows a distorted map of India a day after Twitter did the same: Details

Google showed a distorted map of India, depicting Pakistan Occupied Kashmir and Aksai Chin as separate entities and not a part of India

Twitter removes distorted map of India from its website without explanation or apology amid standoff with Govt of India

Portion of Ladakh and Jammu & Kashmir were cut off from India's map on the world map Twitter had on its Careers page

The tale of the Chinese citizen who makes pro-China edits to open-source maps of the Line of Actual Control

Chinese users are editing open-source maps like OpenStreetMap.org in order to perform cartographic warfare.

Government removes restrictions on mapping, industry experts welcome step: Here is what it means

Government gives unhindered access to the geospatial data to Indian companies

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