India has conducted a second test firing of a nuclear-capable missile with a range of 5,000 kilometers. New Delhi is struggling to challenge Beijing in the race for missile dominance in Asia."The Country has ESTABLISHED ICBM capability with the Second Successful test," said Avinash Chander, A Scientific advisor to Defense Minister AV Antony, adding the next Launch That Would be canister-based. 'Agni-V' Long-range Ballistic missiles are About 17 meters long, with a diameter of 2 meters and a launch weight of about 50 tons, The Indian Express reported.

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