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    Anonymous

    "he 350-km range missile was tested last on May 23 this year with the Army and had achieved single digit accuracy. he 350-km range missile was tested last on May 23 this year with the Army and had achieved single digit accuracy. "
    This is incorrect. The correct date is May 23rd 2008, not 2009. The last P-II test was done on 15th April, 2009

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    Anonymous

    India also needs this
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97nyIePE07o&feature=PlayList&p=06D424B679179750
    It can be burried deep underground with mouth protected with heavy metal gates that open for a really short time and close like camera shutter.

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    Venu

    Why are users testing it so many times? Are they looking for a failure of this so that they can go and order short range Iskander missiles from abroad? Or is it to test the new revolutionary technology in the disguise of Prithvi-2.

    I for one, seriously wish it to be the later one.

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    Kannan

    Heard from many places than Indian BM accuracy was lame.Even Pinaka had accuracy problems. So why has suddenly everything hitting bulls eye..is it laser-ring gyroscope or better IN update or some better terminal guidance..laser-based?SAR? or something..

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    Anonymous

    The accuracy thing is not new. They came up with better accuracy two or three years before. Now it has been brought down to less than 10 meters. May be in some more years the accuracy may improve to less than 1m. Lol.

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    Anonymous

    Its like a blow torch rising to the skies…ever.so.slowly.

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    Anonymous

    Only hope that the military orders large numbers(>1000) of these, not a piddly 25 or 200!

    Other than wiki, is there a place to find the current inventory of Indian missiles?

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    Anonymous

    deadly accurate!not one , both of them!

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    joydeep ghosh

    everything is ok but i have some queries. does anybody has a answer to my queries.

    Q1. does the Surya missile project really exist
    Q2. does the Agni 5 canistered missile signals the end of missile development, and is capable to hitting any chinese town.
    Q3. can we launch Agni 5 from submarines
    Q4. India's present armoury includes several non canistered missiles, can the already manufactured missiles be converted in into canistered ones
    Q5. India recently test fired 250 km Prithvi, this was done by army, but as far as i know the 250 km Prithvi was with the air force, are they not in control of the missile anymore
    Q6. can our Prithvi missiles be tailored with MIRVs

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