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Agni mission

Failures are common in space technology. But the failure of Agni III calls for a serious rethink on using such missiles in warfare. One hopes wisdom will dawn on war-mongering politicians and that they will realise the futility of having such weapons of mass destruction.

V. S. Venkatavaradan

Salem

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