India has joined the hypersonic missile race with at least three systems on the drawing board, but rapid progression of these projects assumes importance
The seventh test of the AGNI V indicates that India has achieved at least two key milestones in the strategic missile development programme though remains below the ICBM category
SIPRI estimates that India is expanding nuclear weapon stockpile and infrastructure for producing nuclear warheads which may result in an increase in numbers.
India seems to have taken a cue from the famous quote by then U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt, “I have always been fond of the West African proverb: "Speak softly and carry a big stick; you will go far."
Agni-5 missile was successfully flight tested on 03 June 2018 at 0945 hrs from Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Island (Wheeler Island).
Yin Han said China should enhance presence in Indian Ocean to counter India’s missile tests as per Chinese experts.
Shri Manohar Parrikar visited DRDO’s Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Missile Complex and visited integration centre at Research Centre Imarat (RCI).
Dr S Christopher addressed media during DRDO press conference in Media Centre at Defexpo 2016, Goa.
The year's final launch comes after the second Agni V test and hopes of SLBM tests in 2014
Disaster relief, Agni V trials, aircraft carrier induction, Tejas amongst the many achievements for 2013 listed by the Ministry of Defence
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Second Agni V Launch Successful, Canisterisation Key Achievement
Missile Developments in South Asia – Review of NASIC Report
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The Defence Budget for Fiscal 2012-13 has been raised to Pak Rs 545.386 billion, 10.13 percent more than current defence budget
Agni V a Grand Achievements Some Challenges Ahead
Mobile System at 9.00 AM from Wheelers’ Island off the coast of Odisha. The missile followed its trajectory, in a text book fashion, attained a height of about 900 kms and reached the pre-designated target in the international waters of Bay of Bengal. All mission objectives were fully met.
India will test strategic missile Agni-V in December 2011. Agni V has high road mobility, fast-reaction ability and a strike range over 5,000 km. Agni-V will be a MIRV (multiple independently targetable re-entry vehicles) to deliver multiple warheads at different targets.
A shift in mood is evident in Sino Indian relations over the past couple of months. Gone is the acrimony seen in the summer of 2009 when Indian media was full of stories of Chinese intrusions, while Chinese bloggers badgered Indian, ‘adventurism’. China has not only relented on investing in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir but is also accepting a naval role for India in the Indian Ocean. Global Times, the leading Chinese official mouth piece on international affairs in an article stated, "A leading regional power, India intends to assume a bigger role in South Asia.

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