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India Developing New Tactical Ballistic Missile

On February 7, Indian officials confirmed the ongoing development of the Pranash, a tactical ballistic missile with a 200 km range. The Pranash missile is reportedly an upgraded derivative of the solid-fueled Prahaar missile, which possesses a maximum range of 150 km. The officials also highlighted the missile’s export potential, noting the Pranash would “be...

India Successfully Test Fires Prahaar Ballistic Missile

On September 20, India successfully tested its indigenously produced Prahaar short-range ballistic missile from its facility in Odisha. A defense official stated the missile was launched from a road-mobile launcher and struck its intended target. Prior to the test, over 4,000 residents were temporarily evacuated from villages surrounding the launch pad as a safety precaution....