There is something curious about the latest round of confrontation between India and China on the former’s final testing of an intercontinental ballistic missile.
India, who has been trying for long to become a member of the 48-member Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), should realise that owning several missiles does not mean it is a nuclear power, Chinese media has stated.
India has “broken” UN limits on nuclear arms and long-range missiles and Pakistan should also be accorded the same “privilege”, state-run Chinese media said today as it criticised New Delhi for carrying out Agni-4 and 5 missile tests
At 1140 hours on January 2, 2017 India successfully test fired yet another nuclear capable ballistic missile—Agni IV from Balasore, Odisha
Agni-5, the Long Range Surface-to-Surface Ballistic Missile was successfully flight tested by the Defence Reasearch and Development Organisation (DRDO) at 1100hrs from Dr. Abdul Kalam Island, Odisha on Monday, December 26, 2016.
Agni-5, India’s longest range nuclear capable missile, will be tested at Kalam Island off the Odisha coast today by the Defence Research and Development Organisation or DRDO.