Below are the tenets which might rule Modi's China visit

Indo-China border issue: Despite of several appeals, China has not hinted any flexibility in its position and has kept the focus on the eastern sector including the entire state of Arunachal Pradesh.  On April 9, 2015, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hu Chunying said, “There is a huge dispute in the eastern border of China-India border.”

Identifying the lines of control on each side will be a key step to facilitating the long-stalled process of bringing the disputes to a peaceful resolution.

Read more: China plays down breakthrough, says boundary issue can't be resolved overnight

Chinese investment in PoK: India revealed Yesterday it had formally registered a strong protest against China's 46 billion dollar investment in an economic corridor intended to create a network of roads, railways and pipelines linking China's west to the Arabian Sea through Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir.

The External Affairs Ministry had spoken to Chinese Ambassador Le Yucheng in Delhi, and India’s Ambassador to Beijing Ashok Kantha had indicated India’s upset to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs there.

Improvement of Railway sector: India and China are likely to sign an agreement to enhance cooperation in the railway sector during PM Narendra Modi's upcoming visit.

While China is keen to expand its footprint in the Indian infrastructure sector, the government too is looking to leverage Chinese investment and technology to upgrade the country's British era railway network. The PM has also been pushing for railway modernization to rev up economic growth.

Xi Jinping's promise of bringing in investment:  Jinping had promised investments to the tune of USD 20 billion when he came calling last year. This investment is supposed to be a part of  Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ambitious Make in India campaign.

Read more: PM Modi's China visit to focus on economic, trade ties

Stapled visa issue from Arunachal Pradesh: One year has been completed. PM Modi is still keeping mum with the stapled visa issue that has barred many Arunachalees to visit China. PM Modi should not forget to raise the issue.

Presence of Chinese troops in Kashmir: Beijing has avoided mention of the 14,380 square miles (approx. 37,244 sq kms) of territory under its forcible occupation in the western, or Ladakh, sector, This is one concern which needs serious attension.

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