Second Test Looms For Agni-V

NEW DELHI — India’s longest-range, nuclear-weapons-capable Agni-V ballistic missile is scheduled to be tested for a second time on Sept. 15. The missile, designed to hit targets at distances of up to 5,000 km (3,100 mi.), will be test-fired from Wheeler Island off the eastern coast of Odisha. Agni-V...

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