India and China are the world's fast mounting economies influencing global politics affecting 2.5 billion of their subjects via their policies. Both states account for one-fifth of the total populace of the globe. Asia's overall progress, peace, prosperity and stability is directly influenced by the relations of these two Asian competitors. It is anticipated that by 2025, these states would be world's economies. However, bilateral disputes and enmity wield greater regional and global implications, which are intensely required to be resolved for the best and prosperous future. One of the most crucial aspects aggravating Sino-Indian relations is the asylum given to Dalai Lama and the status of Tibet. China has been assisting Pakistan economically and technically to build Gwadar Port, supporting Sri Lankan northern Hambantota Port, extending sustenance to Bangladesh's Chittagong Port, and furthering support to the Myanmar Port lying at the coastal region of the Indian Ocean. However, the strained relations for decades between India and China had given little space for healthy trade, increasing from 3 billion $ in 2000 to 20 billion $ in 2010.
1-Fakhr Ul Munir: Demonstrator, Department of Political Science, AWKUM, Mardan, KP, Pakistan.2-SanaUllah : Demonstrator, Department of Political Science, AWKUM, Mardan, KP, Pakistan.3-Anila : Demonstrator, Department of Political Science, AWKUM, Mardan, KP, Pakistan.
Sino-Indian Issues, Tibet and Dalai, Aksai Chin and Arunachal Pradesh, Nuclear Nexus, Hard and Soft Power, Economic and Trade, Pak-China Relations