India's nuclear command today launched two Indian Prithvi tactical ballistic missiles as part of an exercise at the Integrated Test Range on the East Coast. The two launches of production series missiles took place at 08.15 hrs and 9.15 hrs respectively. According to a DRDO statement today both missiles "reached the specified targets with very high degree of accuracy." This is the second time two Prithvi missiles were flight tested successfully within a gap of one hour.
Labels: DRDO, Exercises, Indigenous Equipment, Nuclear, Weapons