India tests nuclear missiles amid tensions with China


India has test-fired a nuclear-capable intercontinental

 

India has test-fired a nuclear-capable intercontinental ballistic missile. It has an operating range of 5,000 kilometers (3,125 miles) from the island off the east coast. Amid rising border tensions with China Wednesday's successful launch coincides with "India's policy of minimum credible veto is the foundation of its commitment not to use it first,

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The Agni-5 missile also landed in the Bay of Bengal. "Very high level of accuracy," said a statement released Wednesday night.Beijing's powerful arsenal of missiles has pushed New Delhi to improve its weapons system in recent years, believing that the Agni-5 will be able to strike almost all of China.

India is able to attack anywhere in neighboring Pakistan, a major competitor to those who have fought in three wars since gaining independence from British colonies in 1947.India has been developing medium- and long-range nuclear and missile systems since the 1990s amid growing strategic competition with China over a massive boost in its defense capabilities.

Tensions between them erupted last year from long-controversial boundaries in the mountainous Ladakh region. India is still more and more skeptical. on Beijing's efforts to increase its influence in the Indian Ocean.India has test-fired a nuclear-capable intercontinental ballistic missile. It has an operating range of 5,000 kilometers (3,125 miles)

from the island off the east coast.

Amid rising border tensions with China Wednesday's successful launch coincides with "India's policy of minimum credible veto is the foundation of its commitment not to use it first The Agni-5 missile also landed in the Bay of Bengal. "Very high level of accuracy," said a statement released Wednesday night.

 

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