India’s Agni-P medium range ballistic missile is test fired from an island in the Bay of Bengal on Monday. Photo: Handout India’s Agni-P medium range ballistic missile is test fired from an island in the Bay of Bengal on Monday. Photo: Handout
India’s Agni-P medium range ballistic missile is test fired from an island in the Bay of Bengal on Monday. Photo: Handout

India’s latest Agni-P missile no great threat to China: experts

  • The nuclear-capable medium range weapon ‘still needs to prove’ its anti-ship capability after successful first firing
  • Missile is said to match China’s DF-21D ‘aircraft carrier killer’ and is an advanced variant of the Indian Agni class

Topic |   China-India relations
India’s Agni-P medium range ballistic missile is test fired from an island in the Bay of Bengal on Monday. Photo: Handout India’s Agni-P medium range ballistic missile is test fired from an island in the Bay of Bengal on Monday. Photo: Handout
India’s Agni-P medium range ballistic missile is test fired from an island in the Bay of Bengal on Monday. Photo: Handout
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