Nuclear-Capable Ballistic Missile Agni IV Test-Fired Successfully!

Agni IV and V were designed with China in mind, in contrast to previous iterations aimed at countering Pakistan.

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Once again DRDO made India proud when it successfully test fired the Agni IV nuclear capable ballistic missile that has a range of up to 4,000 km. The test comes within a week of the successful test firing of India’s most lethal Agni V missile, an intercontinental ballistic missile, which can hit northern parts of China and most of Europe.

Agni IV is a long-range missile that is propelled by composite rocket motor technology. The missile is reportedly equipped with state-of-the-art avionics V-12 fifth generation On-Board Computer. The missile has two stages of solid propulsion. The payload, with a re-entry heat shield can withstand temperature of more than 3000 degree Celsius.

So here's a strong message to the world:

We are well armed and ready!

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