India Test Fires Prithvi-II Ballistic Missiles

On November 20, India test fired two Prithvi-II short-range ballistic missiles from its Integrated Test Range in the country’s eastern region. According to government sources, the nighttime test “met all parameters,” matching the performance of the Prithvi-II’s previous nighttime test in June 2019. The 350 km-range, liquid-fueled Prithvi-II first entered service in 2003. The test follows another nighttime test of India’s Agni-II ballistic missile earlier this week.