Are The NE Indians Chinese Looking

I answered a similar question to this.

Indians from Asia are (predominantly) Caucasoid, with infusions of Mongoloid in the East, and Australoid in the South. Although India has incredibly diverse racial types, populations genetics studies on them consistently find that they cluster with ''Caucasoid'' populations and are closer to Europeans and West Asians on genes/haplogroups than to East Asians. Indians have most of the Y-DNA and mtDNA haplogroups which are common to Europeans and West Asians. Also Oppenheimer and many others also believe that the Indian maternal genepool is ancestral to the European maternal genepool.

Cavalli-Sforza’s Principal Coordinate (PC) autosomal DNA haplogroup gene mappings of major human ethnic and racial groups:

http://bp1.blogger.com/_h5L0bq0pIhY/Rz7NM32qVPI/AA...

^Indians are in the far upper right ''Caucasoid'' square.

Cavalli-Sforza map showing general genetic distance between populations:

http://bp1.blogger.com/_h5L0bq0pIhY/R0FL-H2qVQI/AA...

genetic tree:

http://bp2.blogger.com/_h5L0bq0pIhY/R0FL-X2qVRI/AA...

Indians are generally very distant to East Asians, Mongolians, and Africans. However, there are populations in the Eastern territories of India who are more similar to (Mongoloid) Asian on genes eg. Tibetans. DNA studies on Indian caste populations also show that the indigenous tribals/ scheduled tribes of the Indian subcontinent are more ''Asian'' on genes. However Indian caste populations (the vast majority) are predominantly Caucasoid, and that's why they are found to be closer to Caucasoids on populations genetics.

Genometv: Introduction to Population Genetics

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPnLTmJfUu0

^Watch this video

EDIT: @penguin, Indians are the same race as Europeans and Arabs, they share similar haplogroups, skeletons, and skulls, which indicate common racial & geographic origins.