NEW DELHI: India is self-sufficient in missile technology and can make any missile that its armed forces need, says Dr G. Satheesh Reddy, Chairman of Defence Research and Defence Organisation (DRDO). Speaking to Nitin A. Gokhale, Editor-in-Chief of StratNews Global, Dr Reddy said DRDO works in complete synergy with the armed forces to understand their requirements and can accordingly deliver within a short span of time. Calling the anti-satellite test, conducted by India in March last year, a deterrent, Dr Reddy said the mission—planned and executed in two years—was extremely complex and warranted clinical precision
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