India Tuesday conducted a test of its nuclear-capable surface-to-surface Agni-IV missile from a defence base in Odisha, military sources said.
"The missile, which has the capability to hit targets over 3,000 km away, was tested from a facility off the state's coast in the presence of senior defence officials," defence ministry spokesperson Sitanshu Kar told IANS.
Agni-IV is a modified version of the Agni-II strategic missile.
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