NEW DELHI — India is developing the sixth in its series of Agni ballistic missiles that will be capable of carrying multiple warheads. “While the Agni-V is [a] major strategic defense weapon, the Agni-VI will be a force multiplier as it will have multiple independently targetable re-entry vehicle [MIRV] capability,” says Defense and Research Development Organization (DRDO) chief V.K. Saraswat. Saraswat, who is also the scientific adviser to the defense minister, did not divulge the ...
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