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  1. 1

    Deb77

    What about sub launched Nirbhay test? Anyway ground test was failure so better……Russian kalibr cruise missile negotiated 187 way points during 1500 km range and hit targets in Syria , same time altitute from surface varies from 800 meters to 1300 meters. Nirbhay has same range so long way needs to go before perfection.

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    Anonymous

    Tough stuff doesn't come easy. Keep at it DRDO and ADE.

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  3. 3

    Anonymous

    Avinash chander should be having the last laugh. He he he…. its a sabotage by Avinash left over team.

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  4. 4

    Anonymous

    There are many failures in testing. Its a known phenomena. Dont read too much into it. They just need to keep on testing

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    Anonymous

    NSR says —

    Not easy to master the design and development of this cruise missile weapon system…

    The navigation is only as good as the reference points it gets from satellites or other sources…

    Whatever is the reason, please keep fixing the problems and testing it until all the kinks are ironed out…

    No one sells that kind of weapon systems…so double up and keep going…

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  6. 6

    Shubham Sahai

    Better luck next time Nirbhay team. Keep at it!

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    Anonymous

    another 40 years test cricket like Tejas program……….. 🙂

    how much money made for directors and IAS lobby ?? can someone estimate ….

    DRDO should changes its mission objective to : "Never Ending Indian Defense Testing Center"

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  8. 8

    Anonymous

    ****** happens . Keep it up boys and do it a lot faster .

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  9. 9

    Biswajit Pattanaik

    Anon @8:43 PM

    You don't know anything about missile testing do you? Just came here to troll this page.Get a life mate.

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  10. 10

    Anonymous

    I have read somewhere, the problem is in the indigenous rocket Engine.Somebody may give more details.

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