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May 23rd, 2007
India to sell supersonic cruise missiles to friendly countries
Speaking about Brahmos, Dr.Pillai said it was a multirole missile that could be launched from land to sea, land to land and ship to ship, being based on kinetic energy.
He said that despite facing many problems, such as lack of higher education, facilities and even brain drain, technology and science have made its way into the Indian society and the country has achieved greater heights in this field.
Elaborating on nanotechnology, he said it will play a major role in changing the face of science and technology in the country in the coming days.
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