In a significant leap for the country’s missile program, India today successfully test-fired Agni-III, a nuclear-capable intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) designed to reach over 3,000 km. Today’s test comes after the aborted mission in July last year when a wire cable in the missile got burnt because of suction of warm air near the control system. It was rectified with the installation of a heat shield in the missile. – Indian Express, 13 April 2007
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