NEW DELHI: The first user trial of Agni-5, India’s first intercontinental ballistic missile, has been successful. It comes amidst the Ladakh standoff; the missile has a range of over 5000 km, which means it can cover the whole of China. On ‘The Gist’, StratNews Global Editor-in-Chief Nitin A. Gokhale is in conversation with Dr Avinash Chander, former director general of DRDO and one of the key architects of India’s Agni missile programme.
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