The resent imperil to India in a series of scurrilous editorials in Chinese official media have put Indian contrivers to work overtime. As they say that “smoke from the caves are not for no reasons”. This rhetoric have came up with sinister acts like - China tried to barricad India to get 2.9B $ loan from Asian Development bank, as it contained some 70 million $ for Arunachal Pradesh. More over China didn’t endorsed Indian presence in Country Partnership Strategy(CPS) for yr 2009-12. Issuing Visa’s to Kashmiri separatist without Indian Passport, all this with backdrop of upsurge in Chinese incursion. China have also reneged on Sikkim promise by recent incursions in Finger area of northern Sikkim. As it was caught constructing a new east-west road through the upper finger area – realising India that never trust the Chicom prevaricators. This act made India to put an extra 30,000 troops all across the Sikkim border with Su’s in Tezpur, on which China fretted as calling the move “India’s unwise military move” - India counterparts choose to remain mum. The issue is not related to this year alone as in 2006 western satellites picked up an conniving land model of 151,500 square kilometres of territory in and around China's Aksai Chin. It’s the same time China have up the ante on Arunachal Pradesh. While Indian politicians fails to come out of resister legacy, Indian backroomers are up to the task of military assertiveness, apart from surge in troops and Su’s, T-72 have been moved to Assam with reactivation of old airstrips. A strong force of mountaineering troops on the line of famous ‘Ladakh Snow Tigers’ have been raised up – as large as 28 divisions. Recently India also carried out a precise war scenario exercise, codename ‘Divine Matrix’, on the very terrains of Indo-China border from where threat has been muted for a rapid high tech Chinese assault to “teach India a lesson”. What really China wants with this border status quo? As it keep harping its claims in Arunachal Pradesh. There are two broad reasons for this, first – its strategically important Xinjiang-Tibet highway which cut across the disputed Aksai Chin, is ‘chicken neck’ equivalent to China, from where it connects all the Ali region of western Tibet and overlooks Xinjiang region of Uyghurs, Turkic and Hui ppls. All of them are now in a contravene state. If ever in near future with the facilitation of American pressure, India and Pakistan comes to a settlement of Kashmir dispute then China have to layoff its claws from the Aksai Chin, under UN convention – as it’s a territory which have been gifted by Pakistan as an act of bootlick. This region also have Karakoram Highway connecting Gilgit -Kashgar to the heart land of Uighur separatists. China obviously doesn’t want this to happen hence this periodic hot air. This territory coming to India will spell deep worry for China. Second reason is an out ‘n’out Tibet freedom movement. Tawang as we all know is the second largest Buddhist monastery, gives the proud ppls of Tibet the only hope for a free and a self-rule life from the thralls of Red army. His holiness Dalai Lama with ageing and all health problems will one day have to go in the peace of Lord Buddha, his successor most likely will be born outside the oppressive ‘great walls of china’. And if the reincarnated living Buddha comes from India moreover Tawang, it will really put Chinese ill at ease. There is a strong school of thought in China that it must take Tawang by force and install a Chicom comrade at the helm of monastery, hence claim on all of Arunachal Pradesh is just a upper bargain position by the canny Chinese. But in any future confrontation between India and China, its not the calm mountains but the rip-roaring Oceans which gonna decide who rules the realms – Indian Ocean, that’s where the real great power competition is being played. The ‘string of pearls’ as we all are hearing about it, from Laem Chabang in Thailand to Gwadar in Pakistan, China is aggressively pursuing its footing on Indian Ocean. Recently it has also re-visited its most ambitious Kra Canal Project, which would link the South China Sea directly to the Indian Ocean. A resolute China wants its hegemony on Oil and trade routes in Indian Ocean. Indian response is also swift and thought out on this chess board as can be learned by recent Naval doctrine . India now have three full braced up naval commands for the very purpose. First – Visakhapatnam, a naval command to safeguard against any threat from eastern theatre and to act as a feeder to Andaman and Nicobar. Second - INS Kanwar and Third – Port Blair, know as ‘Choke point’ This map shows about the Nazi Uboat positions in Indian Ocean effectively choking allied forces a way through. Indian being a littoral power will have no problem to replicate this. India have also deployed first of its Heron UAV for Malacca straits. India blessed with proximity worlds most busy and important oil and trade route, is well placed in this paradigm Apart from its land bases, India is now going after naval installation and pacts on foreign land. India operates a listening station in Mauritius, India also supports Mauritius claim on Diego Garcia. India signed bilateral pact with Maldives to use its naval bases , Setup a Listening station in Madagascar Naval pact with Mozambique Listening station and defence MOU with Seychelles Moreover India also have a monitoring station in Mongolia to listen on Chinese installations on eastern side, most of there space activities are going on there. India must also work with southeastern asian countries as they also have major maritime disputes with China. A close maritime co-operation with asian countries like leasing Indian Airforce base to Singapore for five yrs, training Malaysian pilots, can make a collective effort to stop Chinese aggressive designs. Japan’s pressing for a ‘quadrilateral grouping of democracies’ is such a alliance which it is trying to initiate without the influence of unkil sam, and is more than willing to co-operate with India in every field. Winds from recent close Indo-Japanese talks suggest that India and japan can develop an Aegis like system. A jittery china is now trying to arm twist Australia and wants to be a party to 33-member Indian Ocean Naval Symposium (IONS) – to which India abrasively refused. It is not that both India and china only have enemocity to offer, recent Copenhagen unwritten alliance shows that an Indo-Sino confederation can save the interests of a billion poor ppls. Both India and China have to struggle to save guard there century old technics and practices from western patents. These patents are at the heart of western economy surge after the second world war. India with just more than 2% and china just more than 5%, can’t even make 10% of world trade but half the world population. Indian and Chinese share of world trade have grown only 1% in all these yrs as compared to 5% bilaterally. No doubt that an Indo-Sino economic alliance will beat the world, if only Red Army generals are listening and stops contriving to ‘teach its competitors a lesson’. Till then the answer by an Indian soldier to the Chinese graffiti of 'MiddleYellow River' inside Indian borders is a good old Indian graffiti on there side, reads – ‘’Yahan @#%&$# karna mana hai” Jai Hind. Jai Shri Ram.