It is not just that seeking to placate the public at home with braggadocio overseas will make it harder still for China to garner allies and respect. There is a deeper problem. Many countries around the world admire, and would like to emulate, the undemocratic but effective way that China has managed its decades of growth. If China’s domestic politics look less stable, some of that admiration will wane. And even if things can be held together, for the time being, admiration for China does not translate into affection for it, or into a sense of common cause. Economically and militarily, China has come a long way towards regaining the centrality in Asia it enjoyed through much of history. Intellectually and morally, it has not. In the old days it held a “soft power” so strong, according to William Kirby of Harvard University, that “neighbours converted themselves” to it. Now, Mr Xi may know how to assert himself and how to be feared, at home and abroad. But without the ability to exert a greater power of attraction, too, such strength will always tend to destabilise.
Both country has been neck-to-neck in gdp per capita terms. Till 2006 in nominal basis and till 2008 in ppp basis, per capita income of pakistan was more than India. In 2014, GDP per capita of India is more than Pakistan in both terms. Per capita Income of India is $1627 and $5855 in nominal and ppp terms, respectively. Per capita Income of Pakistan in nominal and ppp terms is $1343 and $4736, respectively. World rank of India is 145 (nominal) and 125 (PPP). World rank of Pakistan is 152 (nominal) and 134 (PPP).Out of 33 Indian states/UTs, 24 states/UTs are more richer than Pakistan.
South Africa sought BRIC membership since 2009 and the process for formal admission began as early as August 2010.  South Africa was officially admitted as a BRIC nation on December 24, 2010, after being invited by China and the other BRIC countries to join the group.  The capital "S" in BRICS stands for South Africa. President Jacob Zuma attend the BRICS summit in Sanya in April 2011 as a full member. South Africa stands at a unique position to influence African economic growth and investment. According to Jim O'Neill of Goldman Sachs who originally coined the term, Africa's combined current gross domestic product is reasonably similar to that of Brazil and Russia, and slightly above that of India.  South Africa is a "gateway" to Southern Africa and Africa in general as the most developed African country.  China is South Africa's largest trading partner, and India wants to increase commercial ties with Africa.  South Africa is also Africa's largest economy, but as number 31 in global GDP economies it is far behind its new partners.