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Pak to launch long-range missile, informs India

A few days after India launched and successfully test fired its first intercontinental ballistic missile, Agni-V, Pakistan has said that it plans to conduct a long range missile test. Well, the neighbor have soon informed India that it plans to conduct a long range missile test in the Indian ocean over the next five days for which Islamabad has asked new Delhi to issue a notice to all commercial airlines to steer clear of that area. The move and decision of Pakistan comes just five days after India test fired Agni-V to join the elite club of ICBM nations. According to the scientists and discoverers of Agni-V, the missile Agni-V can cover entire china, Eastern Europe, north eastern and eastern Africa along with Australia if fired from the Nicobar Island. The missile has a range of 5,000 kilometres, a marked improvement over India's current missiles which can hit potential enemy targets over a distance of just 3,500 kilometres.

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