India is quietly working on a new ramjet-powered cruise missile that could demonstrate how far the country’s missile development sector has evolved. The long-range cruise missile (LRCM) is apparently designed to be capable of delivering a nuclear warhead to a range of 1,000 km. (620 mi.) and traveling at Mach 3.2. Weapon schematics indicate the liquid-fueled ramjet is being developed by India’s Advanced Systems Laboratory (ASL) for surface-to-surface, air-to-surface and antiship roles. ...

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