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Tessy Thomas the Key Scientist for Agni-V in Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and the first woman scientist to head a missile project in India attends a Agni 5 missile press conference in New Delhi on April 20, 2012. India on April 20 said its longest range nuclear missile will undergo two more flight tests before production begins and asserted the weapons programme will continue despite a 'perfect launch.The announcement came a day after the DRDO announced the successful test of Agni-5 which can strike targets 5,000 kilometres away with a one-tonne nuclear warhead. AFP PHOTO/RAVEENDRAN

Tessy Thomas the Key Scientist for Agni-V in Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and the first woman scientist to head a missile project in India attends a Agni 5 missile press conference in New Delhi on April 20, 2012. India on April 20 said its longest range nuclear missile will undergo two more flight tests before production begins and asserted the weapons programme will continue despite a 'perfect launch.The announcement came a day after the DRDO announced the successful test of Agni-5 which can strike targets 5,000 kilometres away with a one-tonne nuclear warhead. AFP PHOTO/RAVEENDRAN

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