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Sunday, February 1, 2015

Agni-5 sets new benchmarks for India’s future missile missions: Dr Chander

Dr Avinash Chander is being presented an album with all his key missile missions. (Below) Dr Chander is hoisted on to the shoulders by his colleagues after the Agni-V launch.
By Dr Anantha Krishnan M
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Chief Dr Avinash Chander, the outgoing Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) chief said that he is exiting as a ‘very satisfied man’ following the successful canister-style launch of surface-to-surface Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) Agni-V on Saturday.
In an exclusive interview to OneIndia, Dr Chander said that he could not have asked for a better result from his team on the last day in office.
“I am extremely happy that A-V gifted me such special memories today. I am also a satisfied missile scientist today, because we could successfully test a deliverable configuration of A-V,” Dr Chander said. 
“A-V is a tech beast we can all be really proud of. It has set new benchmarks for India’s future missions,” he added.
Read the full report that went live on OneIndia on 31 Jan 2015, here: http://bit.ly/1EwhAl4

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