the war machine fight back (new laser wapon)

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    The war machine fights back Battle Challenge
    Akshai Jain, [email protected]
    The war machine fights back
    A green needle-thin laser beam slices through the corridor and flickers gently on a 7mm sheet of metal 50m away. The chatter of the scientists gathered on the third floor of the Laser Science and Technology Centre (Lastec) in New Delhi dies down and the countdown begins. The large boxes that house a prototype ordnance disposal system have come to life, unleashing a 500W beam that drills into the thin sheet, filling the corridor with the acrid smell of burning metal.

    A few floors below, Anil Kumar Maini, the director of the lab, swivels his computer screen to reveal what looks like a 3D video game. Figures in combat fatigues surround a house. A vehicle that looks like a cross between a tank and a Humvee drives up, stops about 300m away, and lets loose a laser beam that sets the house on fire. Militants hiding in the house run out, arms in the air.

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    i read the fullstory some were else.
     
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    sir it was posted by me on one more foroum. i got it through hindustantimes.
     
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    in livemint with different heading
    The war machine fights back
    Its defence projects have promised much, delivered little. Not so well known are its big civilian successes. Now, India’s biggest research agency must get back to warfare
     

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