India on Nov. 25 successfully test-fired the nuclear capable Agni-I strategic ballistic missile. The missile, with a range of 700-900 kilometers, was test-fired by the Strategic Force Command (SFC) from the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Wheeler Island, off the Orissa coast. The test-flight came on the eve of the second anniversary of the Mumbai terrorist attack. DRDO describes the user trial by the Indian Army as “smooth and as per the test-book plan.” The Agni-I, an indigenously ...
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