BBC News - Chinese media mock India's 'dwarf' missile Some of Chinese response. Mocked the missile programme by saying that the Agni-V showed "the backwardness of Indian missiles" and was "merely one of the concrete displays of its social and economic development as a whole lagging behind China". Mr Yao said it was just "an improvement on the range" that in no way will change the "current military strength contrast between the two countries" Without an adequate tank corps and a heavy-duty land force with adequate heavy weapons, it can hardly become a so-called 'China killer' by relying solely on nuclear weapons," he said. Similar views were echoed by Gao Zugui of the Institute of International Strategic Studies, who said: "Despite giving a little support, it was right in saying that if it really wants to become a great nation, each of its families should have a toilet first." Some of the comments are really funny and outrageous!