China, The everyday Headache and Challenge to India

It is necessary to find concrete solutions to the serious problems in India-China relations, However the concepts like “Wuhan Spirit” or “Chennai Connect” are not very useful. We need better reforms and tackle the neighbouring dragon.

Before arriving in India, Chinese Prime Minister Xi Jinping received hospitality from Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan and his true supporter, Pakistans Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa. During the visit, he focused on the Kashmir issue and assured that he would pursue Pakistan on issues of common interest. Soon after his visit to India, he left for Nepal. He is the first Chinese Prime Minister to visit Nepal in the last 23 years and has pledged Rs.56 billion in aid to Kathmandu over the next two years. Meanwhile, a grand informal conference was held at Mamallapuram where Xi and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi discussed how to face global challenges together and enhance civic engagement. It was an act to show how sensitive China is to India’s problems, in reality its different.