India Test-Fires Prahaar Missile

NEW DELHI — For the first time, India has successfully tested a quick-reaction, indigenous, surface-to-surface tactical missile that can hit a target up to 150 km (93 mi.) away. The 1,280-kg (2,800-lb.), single-stage “Prahaar” missile is fueled by solid propellants and capable of firing six warheads...

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