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Agni effect: China to increase defence cooperation with Pakistan?
DNA

Agni effect: China to increase defence cooperation with Pakistan?

Nuclear capable Agni-V missile has a range of over 5000 km covering whole of China. DNA, 1 month ago
China goes ballistic on Agni V MSN India, 2 months ago

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6th race: The Agni Plate, Div-II, 1400 M.

Eduardo (Mrs. s. Prema,Mr. V. Sathish Kumar,Mr. Wayne Beck) 61 A. Imran K. first Star of Babylon 52.5 Shailesh second Summer Sun 55.5 Ayaz Khan third Specialist 54.5 N. S. Parmar fourth All Ran Won by: 1-1/2L, 1L, 1/2L Time : one min, 26.44 secs Tote : Rs.12 ...
 DNA2 months ago

Indian missile technology at par with global standards, says Chief Scientific Adviosor V.K. Saraswat

[India], Feb. 3 (ANI): Describing India as an established missile power, Dr V.K. Saraswat, member the Niti Aayog, and the Chief Scientific Advisor to the Ministry of Defence, on Firday said the Indian missile technologies are at par with global standards.
 Sify2 months ago

'US didn't see any reason for India to have 5,500-km range missiles'

The US always felt India had no reason to pursue a missile programme with a range beyond 5,500 km because it would be enough to target China and anything more than that would be useless, according to a declassified 1990 CIA document.The US assessment is borne ...
 Prokerala2 months ago
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Why playing the Tibet card may backfire on India

'Given Chinese sensitivity to anything to do with Tibet -- and the fact that in the 1950s it was the Tibet issue which led to the deterioration of India-China relations and the border war in 1962 -- India should be particularly careful in not triggering a Chinese reaction which it may not be able to handle,' says former foreign secretary Shyam Saran. India-China relations appear to be sliding towards sharper confrontation as each country reacts to moves by the other, moves which are perceived ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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