Scott, Thomas, 1947- :India tests a long-range nuclear capable missile - News. Now the World must respect us as a genuine super power. Tom Scott after McNally. Evening Post, 12 April 1999
A nuclear missile, with an Indian man sitting on it. It is balanced on a sacred cow. The implication is that India is not ready to join the super powers and that its nuclear capability is dangerous
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