The Indian Army has successfully test-fired two nuclear-capable Prithvi-II ballistic missiles from the integrated test range at Chandipur, India.
The missiles, which have a strike range of 350km, were mounted on a mobile launcher and test-fired from launch complex-3 in the integrated test range.
The two indigenously developed surface-to-surface missiles have already inducted into the armed forces. They are capable of carrying a payload of 500-1000kg and can deceive anti-ballistic missiles.
The test-firings were part of routine user trials conducted by the personnel of the Strategic Force Command.