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January 7th, 2008

India to have defence missile shield in 2 yrs

Abstract:
Speaking on ‘Missile Technology in the 21st century' on the final day of the 95th Indian Science Congress, he said future defence systems will rely mostly on nanotechnology, bio-technology and information technology.

"Information technology will play a key role and soon the ‘ebomb' would be a reality. It can destroy all electronic devices within its range when it is dropped in an area. Future missiles will be smaller, smarter, autonomous, lighter and cheaper," he predicted.

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