Big success in the name of the country: Successful test of Agni-5 missile, capable of hitting the target up to 5000 km; Entire Asia including China-Pakistan in JD

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This was the eighth test of Agni 5 which was a complete success.

The country has achieved another major success in the field of border security and missile technology. Agni-5 missile was successfully test-fired on Abdul Kalam Island in Odisha on Wednesday. This missile has the capability to hit targets up to a distance of 5000 km. Under its JD, the whole of Asia including China and Pakistan will come. This was the eighth Test of Agni-5.

Agni-5 is India's first and only intercontinental ballistic missile, developed by Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO).

Agni-5 is India’s first and only intercontinental ballistic missile, developed by Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO).

It is one of the long-range missiles that India has.  Its range is 5 thousand kilometers.  The Agni-5 ballistic missile is capable of carrying multiple warheads at once.

It is one of the long-range missiles that India has. Its range is 5 thousand kilometers. The Agni-5 ballistic missile is capable of carrying multiple warheads at once.

It is equipped with Multiple Independently Targetable Reentry Vehicle (MIRV).  That is, it can be launched for multiple targets simultaneously.

It is equipped with Multiple Independently Targetable Reentry Vehicle (MIRV). That is, it can be launched for multiple targets simultaneously.

This missile can carry up to one and a half tons of nuclear warheads.  Its speed is Mach 24, that is, 24 times more than the speed of sound.

This missile can carry up to one and a half tons of nuclear warheads. Its speed is Mach 24, that is, 24 times more than the speed of sound.

Canister technology has been used in the launching system of Agni-5.  Because of this, this missile can be easily transported anywhere.

Canister technology has been used in the launching system of Agni-5. Because of this, this missile can be easily transported anywhere.

The Agni-5 missile is also very easy to use, due to which it can be deployed anywhere in the country.  This is the 5th missile of the Agni series.

The Agni-5 missile is also very easy to use, due to which it can be deployed anywhere in the country. This is the 5th missile of the Agni series.

The first test was conducted in Orissa on 19 April 2012, which was successful.  The first canister test was conducted in January 2015.  The missile was then launched from a road mobile launcher.

The first test was conducted in Orissa on 19 April 2012, which was successful. The first canister test was conducted in January 2015. The missile was then launched from a road mobile launcher.

The 7th test of the missile was conducted on 10 December 2018.  Agni-5 was set to be inducted into the army in 2020 itself, but due to Corona, the test got delayed.

The 7th test of the missile was conducted on 10 December 2018. Agni-5 was set to be inducted into the army in 2020 itself, but due to Corona, the test got delayed.

Pakistan's longest range missile is Shaheen-2.  Its range is 2500 KM.  China has missiles with a range of 12,000 km.

Pakistan’s longest range missile is Shaheen-2. Its range is 2500 KM. China has missiles with a range of 12,000 km.

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