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Agni-V launch irk China, claims to be still stronger

beijing, Thu, 19 Apr 2012 NI Wire

The successful firing of Agni-V has irked China. China has unnecessarily criticised India for the test and warned that despite the successfully testing, it can't underestimate china.

All the facts have been revealed by a Chinese daily, The Global Times. Daily has criticised the Indian missile testing and said that still India spend much of its budget on arms deal.

Daily has said that although India has test fired successfully and some part of china comes under the range of Agni-V, but India should not underestimate china's strength. Still China is stronger than India and by the testing on Agni-V, India can't force China for its interests.

Paper says that it is surprising that west too has displaying its arrogant attitude against the Indian nuclear program. India is going to spend 17 percent of its budget on the arms deal and it can’t be say a proper state where still poor people live and a weak infrastructure exists. Paper says that India should know the importance of friendship with china however is difficult to achieve but still both of the country should learn to live with coexist.

Paper further says both the countries are of an emerging economy and this is a need for hour that both should lead a joint effort on the international political horizon. It is unwise for both the countries that both have indulged in the missile race.

Giving the reference of the historical importance of both the countries, paper quotes that both have equal and glorious historical importance. Both the countries should know the importance of peace and should abstain from the any such move, which enlarge tension between both the countries.

(With inputs from IANS)

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