Agni V


'Agni V' - 26 News Result(s)

  • Agni V Missile That Can Reach Chinese Cities To Be Inducted Soon: Sources

    Agni V Missile That Can Reach Chinese Cities To Be Inducted Soon: Sources

    India is in the process of inducting the first batch of its intercontinental ballistic missile system - Agni-V -which will bring targets across China within its range, and is expected to significantly bolster the country's military prowess.

  • India Successfully Test-Fires Agni-5 Ballistic Missile: All You Need To Know

    India Successfully Test-Fires Agni-5 Ballistic Missile: All You Need To Know

    India successfully test-fired nuclear capable surface-to-surface Agni-5 Ballistic Missile today, boosting indigenous missile capabilities and deterrence strength of the country. Agni-5 is the most advanced missile in the Agni series with a strike range of over 5,000 kilometres. Agni-5 was test-fired at about 9:54 am from launch pad number 4 of the ...

  • After China's Comment On Agni-V Missile Test, India's Curt Response

    After China's Comment On Agni-V Missile Test, India's Curt Response

    Responding to China's reaction to its test-firing of the Agni-V inter-continental ballistic missile, India today said its strategic capabilities were not targeted against any particular country, adding that while it abides by all applicable international obligations, it expects others to do the same. "India's strategic capabilities are not targete...

  • India Capable of Developing ICBM Beyond 10,000 Kilometre Range: DRDO

    India Capable of Developing ICBM Beyond 10,000 Kilometre Range: DRDO

    India is capable of developing Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBM) which can hit targets well beyond the 10,000 kilometre range, Chairman of Armament Research Board, Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), Dr SK Salwan said on Saturday.

  • Agni 5 Project Director Transferred, Says He Was Not Informed

    Agni 5 Project Director Transferred, Says He Was Not Informed

    In yet another controversy to hit the Defence Research and Development Organisation or DRDO, the project director of nuclear-capable Agni 5 missile programme RK Gupta has been moved out following which he has complained to the Defence Ministry alleging victimisation.

  • PM Narendra Modi Lauds Scientists for Successful Test-Firing of Agni-V

    PM Narendra Modi Lauds Scientists for Successful Test-Firing of Agni-V

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today hailed scientists for the successful test-firing of 'Agni V' and said the missile is a prized asset for the country's forces.

  • Agni-5, India's most potent nuclear-capable ballistic missile, launched successfully

    Agni-5, India's most potent nuclear-capable ballistic missile, launched successfully

    India has successfully test-launched its new ballistic missile, Agni-5, which can carry a nuclear warhead not just to Beijing and Shanghai but even the Northern-most tip of China - Habin City.

  • Weekend test for Agni V, nuclear missile that can hit Beijing and beyond

    Weekend test for Agni V, nuclear missile that can hit Beijing and beyond

    Agni-V, India's longest-range, nuclear-weapons-capable surface-to-surface ballistic missile is scheduled to be tested for a second time from the Wheeler Island in Odisha this weekend.

  • 'Spy satellite' RISAT- 1: Top 10 must know facts

    'Spy satellite' RISAT- 1: Top 10 must know facts

    After a highly successful launch of the Agni V, India today successfully launched its own 'spy satellite' RISAT-1. It was powered by the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) from Sriharikota at 5.47 am this morning. Here are the top 10 facts on RISAT-1:

  • Top 10 facts about RISAT-1, India's own 'spy satellite'

    Top 10 facts about RISAT-1, India's own 'spy satellite'

    After a highly successful launch of the Agni V, India is now ready to launch its own spy satellite RISAT-1. It will be powered by the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) from Sriharikota on Thursday at 5.47 am. Here are the top 10 facts on the spy satellite:

  • After Agni V, India to launch RISAT-1

    After Agni V, India to launch RISAT-1

    After a highly successful launch of the Agni V, India is now ready to launch its own 'spy satellite' RISAT-1. It will be powered by the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) from Sriharikota on Thursday at 5.47 am. The indigenously made satellite will have day and night viewing capability and will be able to see through cloud cover.

  • Parliament hails launch of Agni-V

    Parliament hails launch of Agni-V

    The Parliament today hailed the successful launch of the nuclear capable, 5000 km range Agni-V missile, which propelled India into an elite group of nations possessing such advanced technology.

  • Tamil Nadu woman behind Agni V launch

    Tamil Nadu woman behind Agni V launch

    Tamil Nadu will have special reason to cheer on Thursday when an Indian rocket puts Radar Imaging Satellite (Risat-1) into orbit and the remote sensing satellite starts performing, as a local woman is directing the project for India's heaviest microwave satellite.

  • India cut Agni V range under NATO pressure: Chinese media

    India cut Agni V range under NATO pressure: Chinese media

    Continuing its tirade against the successful launch of Agni V, Chinese state media accused India of buckling under the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) pressure to cut down the missile's range from 9,000 kilometres to 5,000 kilometres.

  • Agni V: DRDO chief briefs Prime Minister on successful launch

    Agni V: DRDO chief briefs Prime Minister on successful launch

    In the wake of the successful launch of Agni V Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile (ICBM), Defence Research Development Organisation (DRDO) chief Dr V K Saraswat briefed Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday on the mission and its future development programme.

'Agni V' - 10 Video Result(s)

'Agni V' - 26 News Result(s)

  • Agni V Missile That Can Reach Chinese Cities To Be Inducted Soon: Sources

    Agni V Missile That Can Reach Chinese Cities To Be Inducted Soon: Sources

    India is in the process of inducting the first batch of its intercontinental ballistic missile system - Agni-V -which will bring targets across China within its range, and is expected to significantly bolster the country's military prowess.

  • India Successfully Test-Fires Agni-5 Ballistic Missile: All You Need To Know

    India Successfully Test-Fires Agni-5 Ballistic Missile: All You Need To Know

    India successfully test-fired nuclear capable surface-to-surface Agni-5 Ballistic Missile today, boosting indigenous missile capabilities and deterrence strength of the country. Agni-5 is the most advanced missile in the Agni series with a strike range of over 5,000 kilometres. Agni-5 was test-fired at about 9:54 am from launch pad number 4 of the ...

  • After China's Comment On Agni-V Missile Test, India's Curt Response

    After China's Comment On Agni-V Missile Test, India's Curt Response

    Responding to China's reaction to its test-firing of the Agni-V inter-continental ballistic missile, India today said its strategic capabilities were not targeted against any particular country, adding that while it abides by all applicable international obligations, it expects others to do the same. "India's strategic capabilities are not targete...

  • India Capable of Developing ICBM Beyond 10,000 Kilometre Range: DRDO

    India Capable of Developing ICBM Beyond 10,000 Kilometre Range: DRDO

    India is capable of developing Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBM) which can hit targets well beyond the 10,000 kilometre range, Chairman of Armament Research Board, Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), Dr SK Salwan said on Saturday.

  • Agni 5 Project Director Transferred, Says He Was Not Informed

    Agni 5 Project Director Transferred, Says He Was Not Informed

    In yet another controversy to hit the Defence Research and Development Organisation or DRDO, the project director of nuclear-capable Agni 5 missile programme RK Gupta has been moved out following which he has complained to the Defence Ministry alleging victimisation.

  • PM Narendra Modi Lauds Scientists for Successful Test-Firing of Agni-V

    PM Narendra Modi Lauds Scientists for Successful Test-Firing of Agni-V

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today hailed scientists for the successful test-firing of 'Agni V' and said the missile is a prized asset for the country's forces.

  • Agni-5, India's most potent nuclear-capable ballistic missile, launched successfully

    Agni-5, India's most potent nuclear-capable ballistic missile, launched successfully

    India has successfully test-launched its new ballistic missile, Agni-5, which can carry a nuclear warhead not just to Beijing and Shanghai but even the Northern-most tip of China - Habin City.

  • Weekend test for Agni V, nuclear missile that can hit Beijing and beyond

    Weekend test for Agni V, nuclear missile that can hit Beijing and beyond

    Agni-V, India's longest-range, nuclear-weapons-capable surface-to-surface ballistic missile is scheduled to be tested for a second time from the Wheeler Island in Odisha this weekend.

  • 'Spy satellite' RISAT- 1: Top 10 must know facts

    'Spy satellite' RISAT- 1: Top 10 must know facts

    After a highly successful launch of the Agni V, India today successfully launched its own 'spy satellite' RISAT-1. It was powered by the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) from Sriharikota at 5.47 am this morning. Here are the top 10 facts on RISAT-1:

  • Top 10 facts about RISAT-1, India's own 'spy satellite'

    Top 10 facts about RISAT-1, India's own 'spy satellite'

    After a highly successful launch of the Agni V, India is now ready to launch its own spy satellite RISAT-1. It will be powered by the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) from Sriharikota on Thursday at 5.47 am. Here are the top 10 facts on the spy satellite:

  • After Agni V, India to launch RISAT-1

    After Agni V, India to launch RISAT-1

    After a highly successful launch of the Agni V, India is now ready to launch its own 'spy satellite' RISAT-1. It will be powered by the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) from Sriharikota on Thursday at 5.47 am. The indigenously made satellite will have day and night viewing capability and will be able to see through cloud cover.

  • Parliament hails launch of Agni-V

    Parliament hails launch of Agni-V

    The Parliament today hailed the successful launch of the nuclear capable, 5000 km range Agni-V missile, which propelled India into an elite group of nations possessing such advanced technology.

  • Tamil Nadu woman behind Agni V launch

    Tamil Nadu woman behind Agni V launch

    Tamil Nadu will have special reason to cheer on Thursday when an Indian rocket puts Radar Imaging Satellite (Risat-1) into orbit and the remote sensing satellite starts performing, as a local woman is directing the project for India's heaviest microwave satellite.

  • India cut Agni V range under NATO pressure: Chinese media

    India cut Agni V range under NATO pressure: Chinese media

    Continuing its tirade against the successful launch of Agni V, Chinese state media accused India of buckling under the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) pressure to cut down the missile's range from 9,000 kilometres to 5,000 kilometres.

  • Agni V: DRDO chief briefs Prime Minister on successful launch

    Agni V: DRDO chief briefs Prime Minister on successful launch

    In the wake of the successful launch of Agni V Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile (ICBM), Defence Research Development Organisation (DRDO) chief Dr V K Saraswat briefed Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday on the mission and its future development programme.

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