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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

India to test-fire Agni-V likely tonite

India is all set to test-fire its longest and near-ICBM class N-capable missile Agni-5 from Wheeler Island today. According to sources, the schedule for the launch is likely after 7 pm in the night. "We are hoping for a launch between 7-8 pm or after that. Everything is in place," sources said. "We have just returned after a full night of integration work," sources told Tarmak007 today morning.  
The missile carrying a dummy payload is expected to hit the designated 'target area' within 20 minutes after launch. 
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