BALASORE: Indian Army on Thursday successfully test-fired nuclear capable surface-to-surface ballistic missile Agni-I from a defence base off the Odisha coast. The test was conducted by the strategic forces command (SFC) integrating all the ... New Indian Express, 6 days ago
Agni-1 Successfully Test-fired - New Indian Express, 6 days ago
Agni-I Hits Target Area With Pin Point Accuracy - New Indian Express, 1 week ago
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BALASORE: The Strategic Forces Command (SFC) of Indian Army is all set to carry out a fresh user trial of 700-km range nuclear capable missile Agni-I from a defence base off the Odisha coast on Thursday. The missile was earlier planned to be ...New Indian Express, 1 week ago Army all Set to Test Fire Agni-I Missile Today New Indian Express, 1 week ago
BALASORE: The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has claimed that it has been conducting missile test from the Wheeler Island in Bhadrak district off Odisha coast with strict compliance to the conditions stipulated by the experts ...New Indian Express, 1 month ago DRDO Committed to Meet 4 'S': Chander New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago Centre asks DRDO to ensure ecosystem in Wheeler Island New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago
China has well and truly cemented its position in the 'star wars' era. Gordon Arthur explains why. Sometime in the next few months, India will conduct the first canister-based trial of its blue-ribbon intercontinental ballistic missile, the Agni-V, at Wheeler Island. Able to reach targets anywhere in China thanks to its 5,500 km range, this missile is hugely important to India's nuclear deterrence strategy. For more defence news, CLICK HERE "Agni-V is in final induction configuration...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
China's overtures are part of a strategic plan, but India should not spurn them Rebooting relations At the recent BRICS summit, Xi Jinping told Narendra Modi that the two countries should join hands in setting global rules. Photo: PIB Five ...Tehelka, 3 weeks ago
Garv se kaho hum sab luddite hain ; We Indians love technology, don't understand science. That's why we love the bomb, but find GM crops evil, says... [India Today]
[August 12, 2014] (India Today Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Garv se kaho hum sab luddite hain ; We Indians love technology, don't understand science. That's why we love the bomb, but find GM crops evil, says Shekhar Gupta. The ...TMC Net, 1 month ago
It has been my good fortune to have been associated with the Ministry of Defence in the early eighties as spokesperson for the Ministry, the Armed Forces and the Defence Research and Development Organisation. The Defence Research and Development ...NewKerala.com, 1 month ago
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