India successfully conducts first night trial of nuclear-capable Agni-II missile

On Saturday, the country successfully conducted the first night trial of nuclear-capable intermediate-range ballistic missile Agni-II from the Abdul Kalam Island off the Odisha coast.

Anab Mehdi
Published on: 17 Nov 2019 4:13 AM GMT
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Lucknow: India, undoubtedly is emerging victoriuos in every other field it touches. It is not only expanding itself into agriculture but scinece and technology too.

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On Saturday, the country successfully conducted the first night trial of nuclear-capable intermediate-range ballistic missile Agni-II from the Abdul Kalam Island off the Odisha coast.

The Strategic Forces Command of the Indian Army test-fired the versatile surface-to-surface medium-range nuclear-capable missile from launching complex IV of the Integrated Test Range on Saturday evening, defence sources said.

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Developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), the missile has already been inducted into the armed forces.

The 20-metre long, two-stage ballistic missile has a strike range of 2,000 km. It has a launch weight of 17 tonnes and can carry a payload of 1,000 kg, the sources said.

This successful test is a sure shot matter of fear for all the rival countries who try their level best all day and night to pull down India but every time, fail in their mission to do so.

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Anab Mehdi

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