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  1. 1

    Anonymous

    Shiv the HT tag looks dirty. Make it small and on one side of the video please. Otherwise we may all make some other video of the launch as the most watched. Is this a threat? Yeah. lol. But Dont' make the video look bad with that HT tag.

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  2. 2

    Shiv Aroor

    You can remove the tag/annotation by clicking the red speech-bubble button on the control bar. 🙂

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  3. 3

    Anonymous

    Just simply unable to understand how you are so fast with your posts when you have a full time job also. you always are first off the mark with videos and photos and articles on breaking news. how do you juggle everything sir? with great admiration and respect, jaggi.

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  4. 4

    Anonymous

    Simple question: Shouldn't the ballistic missile release less smoke trail so that they are less visible to the enemy?
    Is the actual user trial missile going to be different than the one used in this test?

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  5. 5

    panic

    Hey its not Agni 4, its Agni 2 Prime.
    From where do you got the tag Agni-4

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  6. 6

    Shiv Aroor

    @Panic: The DRDO has officially announced that the Agni-II Prime has been designated Agni-IV. This is official.

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  7. 7

    Anonymous

    @anon 1:13,

    The launch and stages will burn up thousands of Km away from the enemy,so 'smoke' does not matter.Wht matter though is the'signature',that is heat,spectrum etc given of by the missile that can be tracked by certain kinds of spy -satellites.Our people must be keeping such things in mind.

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  8. 8

    Anonymous

    Now waiting for feb 2012 for agni 5

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  9. 9

    Aravind

    Fantastic this is really a modern day missile with complete solid stage structure, so preparation time for missile lunch in hostile situation is very low compared to liquid stages

    This means we r ready to lunch always with in less than 10min.
    With the mentioned state of the art navigation this missile has high precision

    I luv to see our step in missile tech is modern and directed in correct path for more formidable future

    "ENEMIES SHOULD THINK TWICE FROM NOW WITH THEIR FUTURE STEPS"

    JOB WELL DONE!………….. SALUTE TO OUR DRDO!

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  10. 10

    Anonymous

    Well done DRDO and Indian scientists.

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  11. 11

    anoop

    sir are u sure it attained height of 900 kms i dont believe it .this class of missile cant go that high as far as i know i may be wrong.

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  12. 12

    AK

    Any idea what is the range of this missile. I am assuming that this has a longer range than Agni 2.

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  13. 13

    Anonymous

    Where are the fins?

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  14. 14

    Manoj Ambat

    This is a really positive step for India. As India continues to march ahead with the development of missiles, we as citizens can have a sigh of relief that we are well protected with advanced technologies. Having said that, India's power projection will never be complete until we develop ICBMs.

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    Anonymous

    "The Agni-IV can deliver strategic warheads, and will be produced in large numbers for delivery to India's nuclear command."_ ANY GUESSES HOW MANY??????

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    Anonymous

    I too had the same doubt shiv!!! can it go to an altitude of 900km? it can as well launch a remote sensing satellite weighing 1 ton then..some goof up>>>

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  17. 17

    Anonymous

    Is this the final test? Any idea when it will inducted into service?

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    Anonymous

    Thanks shiv for the clarification on hiding the HT tag.
    Fins? It's tucked inside. you'll not see it. It's invisible. lol. Anyway it seems they are going to canister Agni-IV and then there will be this Agni-V. May be Agni-IV and Agni-V will be India's missiles for nuclear deterrence and massive retaliation. Agni-II's are short legged and cannot cover China. So they will be withdrawn and replaced in equal numbers with Agni-IV.

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  19. 19

    Anonymous

    i felt it too how such classed missile climb up such a elevation there is some error mr.shiv will u plz clarify this thanks and one more thing i wanted to know the current status of insas msmc

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    jith

    Heard a few days ago about AGNI 2Prime launch, dunno why they suddenly changed the name..anyway the name change seems to be lucky for DRDO..

    A huge congrats to the people behind this project….also waiting for AGNI-5

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  21. 21

    Mr. Ra

    Congrats to all concerned for a technological superior missile.

    I hope Agni-V will be an enlarged copy of this.

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  22. 22

    VJ

    Wola Wola Wola !!!!!!

    Thanks for posting

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  23. 23

    Anonymous

    Canistered, solid fueled, accurate & big range means protected, longer lasting, low maintence, quickly launched, credible. Hope it has counter measures. Great stuff DRDO Definatly sounds like a quantum jump over the previous versions, looking forward to number 5 and eventually a 7000km + version. wow 900ks high that sounds awsome probably overstated though. 10/4

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    Anonymous

    When is the Pressurised Water Reactor, which uses enriched uranium as fuel, on board India's nuclear-powered submarine, Arihant, going critical?

    I was actually hoping that it would be started up by the end of this year, but I am told now that it will be commissioned in January or February 2012. Some things are yet to be settled.

    Source- http://www.frontline.in/stories/20111202282403300.htm

    Any info regarding Arihant submarine

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  25. 25

    Anonymous

    http://youtu.be/AVF2kTl10fg
    check this one for agni iv altitude

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  26. 26

    Anonymous

    one clarification reqd. why does not the missile developed in India are shorter , so that they can be used for all the platforms…18-20 m length is too much to make them available for all platforms….

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  27. 27

    abs

    hey shiv…. cud u please tell us whats the significance of having an agni-3 with the same range as well as and agni-4 with the same range??? and how does both the missiles compare both in terms of capability and deployment…??? hoping for an answer…. 🙂

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    Anonymous

    Shiv any news on lca lsp please make a documentary on it

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  29. 29

    Mohit

    900kms altitude??. Why such a steep trajectory for a 3000km range missile? To me it appears that the actual full range of the missile must be much larger than 3000km.

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    Anonymous

    One must not be carried away with the test we still are far away from the 6000+ submarine launched variants as we are a no first use country that should be our goal. Anyways we can order the champgane but do not pop it yet.

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