Lokmat Times, 2 March 2018: Xi Jinping has become China’s Supremo just like Mao se-Tung. Now he will remain the President of China as long as he wants. For him an amendment will be made in the 1982 constitution of China that President’s tenure of 5 years will not remain just for 10 years. In 2013 Xi became the President of China. His first tenure is over now, though he is re-elected for the second term till 2023. However, 64 years Xi will remain the Chief of Communist Party, Army and Government till 84 years of his age or even more than that. It means Xi will be now 21st century Mao ze Tung of China. His successor has also not been announced as yet. Before Xi the two Presidents i.e. Hu-Jinato and Jiang Zemin, each ruled for 10 years and they had declared their successors name. The biggest reason of Xi’s supremacy is his war against corruption. During the period of Deng Xiao Ping, the sudden prosperity in China raised the level of corruption to its extreme. Xi in his last tenure detained a large number of corrupt leaders of the Communist Party and also gave death sentence to many dishonest leaders who dreamt to become his Successor. Xi also has a very clean public image. His stature got a big boost owing to his initiative of One Belt One Road (OBOR) that brought China into lime light globally. Mao was famous for his destructive ideas whereas Xi is becoming famous for his creative positivity. The Successful and powerful Xi might be a source of big trouble for India as during his Presidentship three clashes occurred near the Sino-Indian border viz. at Depsang in April 2013, Chumar in September 2014 and in 2017 at Doklam. Xi has a special soft corner for Pakistan. He never condemned terrorism forthrightly. Apart from this he has also created challenges for India in Nepal, Maldives, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Burma. If politicians at the helm in India move cleverly and have a long terms strategy with Xi then no wonder India and China can turn 21st century as Asia’s Century. If not so, then India is already getting closer to the US, Japan and Australia, who are planning to checkmate the Chinese designs.