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INDO CHINA RELATIONS

INDO CHINA RELATIONS

INDO CHINA RELATIONS

INDO CHINA RELATIONS

  1. India is sharing 4096 kms long border with China. On the western side in Jammu and Kashmir, it is opposite Ladakh, in the middle sector, it is opposite Himachal and Uttranchal and in the east with Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh. As the Chinese have not recognized the McMohan Line, the traditional border line, Line of Actual Control (LAC) has become the border till this dispute is settled.
  2. Tibet, which used to be an autonomous region, was annexed by Chinese in 1949. India has recognized the same in 1949 and consider Tibet as part of China. India and China signed Panchsheel Agreement in 1955, promising not to interfere in the internal affairs of each other and settle any dispute between them amicably.
  3. Irritants Between Both Countries
  4. Asylum to Dalai Lama by India in 1959.
  5. China occupying Indian Territory in 1962 War. (Aksai Chin).
  6. Sikkim becoming part in India in 1975.
  7. Stand off at border in 1987 in Arunachal Pradesh.
  8. India’s nuclear explosion in 1998.
  9. China’s support to Pakistan over Kashmir issue.
  10. Cooperation between over Kashmir issue.
  11. Cooperation between Pakistan and China in defence, nuclear fields.
  12. Present Scenario. India and China are both developing economies of the world. Where as Indian economy is growing at the rate of 90% of GDP, Chinese economy is growing at 10%. Both have agreed solve their boundary dispute amicably and have constituted three different groups for the same i.e. , Western, Central and Eastern Sectors. As Chinese have expressed their claims in Arunachal Pradesh and Indian wants its area of Aksai Chin The border dispute has not made any major breakthrough. But now China seems to have narrowed down their demand to Tawang. A small town in the Western Arunachal Pradesh. In addition following new developments have taken place:-
  13. China has accepted Sikkim as part of India.
  14. India has promised that Dalai Lama will not be permitted to propagate against China from Indian soil.
  15. Opening of trade route at Nathu la in Sikkim.
  16. Boosting of bilateral trade from present $ 60 billion to $ 100 billion by 2016.
  17. To boost tourism, year 2007 was declared as India-China Friendship Year.
  18. Opening of consulate in Guangzhou and Kolkota.
  19. Cooperation in nuclear civil energy.

 

  1. Both India and China wants to resolve their differences peacefully. Both should avail it is a opportunity and not as a threat to each other. Both can contribute region and international issue. India’s friendship with America and Chinese’s friendship with Pakistan should not come in the way of our own friendship.

 

 

 

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